Herndon, VA (PRWEB) July 6, 2010
On July 29th through August 1st, 2010, an outdoor Christian festival called "Jubileefest" will attract believers from all over the world to a farm in central Delaware. It will be widely regarded as one of the greatest and most pivotal moments in American Christianity.
Jim Plack, founder of Jubileefest stated: “God has blessed us by providing some of the best known Christian speakers and artists in the country, including Rebecca St. James, Superchick, Seventh Day Slumber, August Burns Red, Michelle Bonilla, Sunnyside Bluegrass, Kirk Cameron, Dr. Ron Kenoly, Tim Hawkins, Alveda King and many, many more."
Over 40 bands and speakers will be performing on separate stages over 4 days, with the main event taking place on "Super Saturday", July 31st, when we are calling for lights to be lit to call for the healing of America, and to celebrate prayer, life and liberty.
The Providence Forum will bring an exact replica of the Liberty Bell, which will be rung by Alveda King, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on the evening of Super Saturday. The Bell will be on display where everyone will be allowed to ring it. The Providence Forum will be educating people about the emphasis of God in our founding documents, as well as our founding fathers’ devotion to God as they sought His guidance in forming our republic.
There will be several Right to Life organizations present including Pro-Life Unity, Life Education and Resources Network, King for America, Priests for Life and National Black Pro-Life Union.
Jubileefest will take place in Houston, Delaware, a short distance from Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and New York City. It is also a short distance from the beach.
Jubileefest will be a weekend of food, fun, fellowship, ministry, praise, worship and music for people of all ages. We are calling for Christians to praise God and call for the healing of our land. Event tickets are now on sale at the website, http://jubileefest.net.