American Family Association Announces the Don Wildmon Center for Cultural Transformation
TUPELO, Miss.— The American Family Association (AFA) Board of Directors and Tim Wildmon, president of the AFA, are proud to announce the Don Wildmon Center for Cultural Transformation.
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 the ministry hub for the next phase of AFA’s commitment to faithful Christian activism in American culture.
“We are thrilled to begin building the Don Wildmon Center for Cultural Transformation,” said Tim Wildmon. “AFA was founded in 1977 and with this new facility, we can carry on the fight for Christian values for the next 40 years.
“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.
“The Don Wildmon Center will serve as command central as AFA combats the forces that seek to destroy Christian influence in America and overthrow the founding principles of our republic,” said Wildmon.
For over 40 years, AFA has operated within the mission to inform, equip, and activate individuals to strengthen the moral foundations of American culture and give aid to the church here and abroad in its task of fulfilling the Great Commission. Visit AFA Action Alerts here.
AFA—founded in 1977—has long been on the front lines of America’s culture war. Today, AFA is one of the largest and most effective pro-family organizations in the country, with nearly a million online supporters and approximately 160,000 subscribers to the AFA Journal, the ministry’s monthly magazine. In addition, AFA owns and operates nearly 200 radio stations across the country under the American Family Radio banner.
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