The AFA Board of Directors and I announce to you the Don Wildmon Center for Cultural Transformation.
The image above is an architect's rendering of the proposed center. The new structure will be the centerpiece of a necessary renovation of the AFA campus. Construction will begin in early 2021. The new 20,000-square-foot, two-story structure will serve as AFA's ministry hub for the next phase of our commitment to faithful Christian activism in American culture.
See more images of the Center here.
In addition to improving the efficiency of our work and expanding AFA's outreach, the center will replace our current 40-year-old building where serious structural issues have developed.
With this announcement, I pledge to you – and all of AFA's supporters – that I will follow in my dad's resolute footsteps as we fight to restore the righteous foundations of this republic.
And that's why with humble confidence I ask you to make a generous gift toward the building of the Don Wildmon Center for Cultural Transformation. AFA does not borrow money, so your contributions are critical to everything this ministry undertakes for the sake of our nation and families.
In appreciation of your generous contribution, I want to send you the commemorative edition reprint of Following the Carpenter, a book my dad wrote many years ago. In short chapters, the book reveals his love for Christ as well as his pastor's heart. The 65 brief, engaging essays are organized under 11 themes, including: The Carpenter's Guide to Loving Relationships, The Carpenter Wills Courage, The Carpenter Gives Hope, The Carpenter Leads Me On, and others.
Use this donation form to request your commemorative edition of Following the Carpenter.
Like the Pentagon in Washington, the Don Wildmon Center will serve as command central as we combat the forces that seek to destroy Christian influence in America and overthrow the founding principles of our republic.
AFA has been and will remain debt-free. Although our board has planned for this building project, we need your help to complete the campus renovation and at the same time remain strong and aggressive in the struggle to restore America to its founding principles.
In addition, your gift honors the courage and legacy of my dad, Don Wildmon