Pastor Cruz, who fled from Cuba in 1957 to flee an oppressive communist regime, will share his personal journey from persecution, torture and imprisonment to freedom, and the faith that brought him through these trials.
He arrived in Austin with $100, speaking very little English, and soon got a job as a dishwasher. Ultimately, he worked his way through the University of Texas while learning English.
Today, he is a passionate voice for 21st century freedom for Christianity, and leadership through Biblical truth. Worried about the decline of our religious and personal freedoms, Pastor Cruz believes that for much too long, “preachers in America have hidden behind their pulpits while social change has ripped our society apart.”
He says the church at large has remained silent, and his simple question is this:
How long are we going to remain silent?
Eagle Forum invites you to join them Thursday, Nov. 14 at the River Plantation Country Club, 550 Country Club Drive, in Conroe. The evening begins with a Silent auction at 6 p.m. along with a VIP Reception. Dinner and the program begin at 7 p.m.
Tickets are available as follows:
- $50 — Dinner for One
- $150 — VIP Reception and Dinner for one
- $1,500 — VIP for Two and Dinner for 10
- $2,500 — VIP for Four and Dinner for 10
Pastors and a Guest are invited to Brunch with Pastor Cruz at 10:30 a.m., Nov. 15, as guests of Montgomery County Eagle Forum
Additional information is available at http://www.mceagleforum.org/ or 936-931-7267.