Christians United For Israel’s Area Pastors’ Luncheons Will Be May 3 And 4

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Pastor Lyndon Allen blowing the shofar
Pastor Lyndon Allen blowing the shofar

The Northwest Georgia-Greater Chattanooga Christians United for Israel (CUFI) Planning Team invites area spiritual leaders to a Pastors’ Luncheon on Wednesday, May 3, at noon at the Dalton Golf & Country Club.  On Thursday, May 4, at noon at the Ruths Chris Steak House, Embassy Suites in Chattanooga, an additional luncheon will be held to encourage Chattanooga area pastors.   

The purpose of these events is to inform area ministers about the over three million-members strong Christians United for Israel organization and to give a brief update on how the organization relates to current issues regarding Israel.  The luncheon is open to all pastors in Northwest Georgia, Greater Chattanooga, and Southeast Tennessee. With a prior reservation, there is no charge for pastors to attend. Reservations can be made by calling Margaret Bean at 423-645-1552.

Pastor Lyndon Allen, speaker for the event, serves as CUFI’s Central Regional Coordinator.  Mr. Allen came to Nashville in 1995, where he currently resides. As a recording artist with Gotee Records, he performed with the Dove Award nominated Christian reggae group Christafari. He also co-wrote for the movie soundtrack Left Behind.  Since 2003, Mr. Allen has been a lay minister and teacher, specializing in pastoral marriage counseling. He has served on the Board of the Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center and currently sits on the board of Faith for All Ministries.  He formerly pastored at Woodmont Bible Church, Nashville.  In 2012, Mr. Allen launched Total Life Victory an organization dedicated to teaching about the importance of the Hebraic roots of the Church.    

For more information about CUFI or this event contact Margaret Bean at 423-645-1552 (cell) or 706-935-3839 (home).  For more information about Christians United for Israel, go to

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