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Reclaim Whitley County — Call to Action Rally

A 3-part nondenominational Christian call to action to reawaken Whitley County’s spirituality and patriotism.

The rally will be held at the Church of the Nazarene, 506 North Main Street, Columbia City on the following dates:

  • Friday, November 2, 7:00 PM — Guest Speaker Peter Heck — “Why America no longer looks like a Christian nation”, music by Rom and Sharon Frazier
  • Saturday, November 3, 7:00 PM — Guest Speaker Rev. John  Lowe — “Vote your Christian beliefs”, music by the New Life Christian Church Music Ministry
  • Sunday, November 4, 2:00 PM — Guest Speaker Peter Heck — “How to turn America back to God”, music by the Messenger Quartet

About our speakers:

Peter Heck is one of the most engaging and energetic young speakers in the country.  With a powerful blend of humor and passion, Peter is entertaining and enlightening audiences across the United States.

A nationally read columnist and regional talk radio host who has been heard on over 200 radio stations throughout America, Peter Heck has shared the stage with some of the country’s most recognizable names – from best selling author and television personality Glenn Beck to comedic genius Tim Hawkins.



When faced with the choice of pursuing a lifetime dream of playing professional football or fulfilling the call of God on his life, Pastor John B. Lowe III chose to fulfill God’s calling into full-time ministry. Over twenty-seven years ago he attended RHEMA Bible College and hasn’t looked back ever since.  After twenty-seven years of effective, fervent ministry experience, Pastor Lowe is a mentor to ministers, marriages, and men.   He has been married to Debbie for over 36 years and they have four children who all serve God; John Bryan, Jeremiah, Michael and Brightie.  They also have three beautiful grandchildren; John Bradyn, Neveah and Kyra.

A free-will offering will be taken after each Service.

God Bless America

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