Breaking the Silence Conference |
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One degree changes hot to boiling, one point decides victory or defeat, one second separates life and death, one person determines the course of history.


Imagine the potential as we join together to reclaim America:

One Voice // One Vision // One Movement // One Nation Under God


This is no regular conference. It was birthed in 2015 from the heart of asking the correct question: What can we do?” With a powerful lineup of speakers who love this country, you will leave this conference refreshed and inspired. You will learn about our nation’s heritage, have a better understanding of God’s plan for America, and leave with tangible things that you can do to make a difference in our nation.

  • William Wilberforce

    William Wilberforce

    William Wilberforce was a British politician and philanthropist who was primarily responsible for abolishing the slave trade in Britain.

  • Susan B. Anthony

    Susan B. Anthony

    Susan B. Anthony was a pioneer crusader for the women’s suffrage movement in the United States. Her tireless work paved the way for the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.

  • Rosa Parks

    Rosa Parks

    Rosa Parks was a civil rights activist who is known for her refusal to give up her seat to a white man on a public bus. She later founded the Rosa and Raymond Parks Institute for Self Development to help young men and women with career training.

  • Mother Teresa

    Mother Teresa

    Mother Teresa followed God's call on her life to to help the poor while living among them. She founded several brother and sister foundations that by 2007 operated over 600 missions, schools, and shelters in over 120 different countries.

  • Washington Carver

    Washington Carver

    George Washington Carver was an American agricultural chemist whose development of new products derived from peanuts, sweet potatoes, and soybeans revolutionized the South's agricultural economy.

  • George Washington

    George Washington

    After crossing the Delaware in the Revolutionary War, Washington was unanimously elected by the Electoral College to become our nation's first President and is one of our nation's Founding Fathers.

  • Frederick Douglass

    Frederick Douglass

    Frederick Douglass was the first black citizen to hold high rank in the U.S. government, later becoming a consultant to President Lincoln concerning the treatment and arming of slaves in the North.

  • Deitrich Bonhoeffer

    Deitrich Bonhoeffer

    Bonhoeffer was a German theologian and outspoken opponent of the Nazi regime. He was imprisoned for his views in 1943 but continued to pastor friends, family, and inmates until he was executed in 1945.

  • Colonel Chamberlain

    Colonel Chamberlain

    Colonel Chamberlain was a brigadier general in the Union Army during the Civil War. He is most well-known for leading his men in a downhill bayonet charge that was pivotal in the Battle of Gettysburg.