LaRue and Joy Williams Seize the Net Goes Live Rally

On Wednesday, February 13, 2002, live from Wedgwood Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, Reunion recording artists LaRue and New Artist of the Year Dove Award nominee Joy Williams will participate in “Seize the Net Goes Live”.
“Seize the Net Goes Lives” is a FamilyNet broadcast celebrating purity across the nation. The one-hour program will be hosted by Reunion’s brother/sister duo LaRue. The broadcast will also feature label-mate Joy Williams and True Love Waits founder Richard Ross.
In its latest national celebration, True Love Waits , a sexual abstinence movement started by Southern Baptists and sponsored by LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, is inviting teenagers and college students to join in “satellite rallies” on Wednesday, February 13 by host churches across North America.
“This will be an incredible night that I think every student will want to attend,” said Richard Ross, youth ministry professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, and one of the founders of the True Love Waits campaign. “It’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance, and through the use of satellite technology, anyone in North America will have an opportunity to join us.”
“Seize the Net Goes Live” is being broadcast on FamilyNet, the producer of the event, and Liberty Broadcasting Network via Sky Angel skyangel. To find a FamilyNet channel near you, visit FamilyNet’s Web site at www.FamilyNetTV.com . The celebration is scheduled to air at 7 p.m. (CST) and again at 9 p.m.
In April 2000, Phillip and Natalie LaRue, then 16 and 14-years-old respectively, drafted a petition to the United States Secretary of Education requesting that it be mandatory for all sex education classes to teach abstinence as the most effective method in preventing pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases for unmarried teenagers. The petition has collected close to 48,235 signatures to date. By soliciting team members from family to fans, through channels including concerts and the Internet, LaRue continues to work diligently, making a difference among the teenagers of our nation.
Founded in 1982, Nashville-based Reunion Records and its affiliated labels, Brentwood Records, Diadem Music and Benson Records are distributed through Provident Music Distribution and through partnerships with mainstream parent company, Zomba Music Group.
Provident Music Distribution is a division of Provident Music Group, the Christian music and publishing entity of parent company, Zomba Music. Provident Music Group also includes Brentwood Records, Diadem Music, Benson Records, Reunion Records, Essential Records, Verity Records (Christian retail market), Cedarmont Kids and Brentwood-Benson Music Publishing, Inc.
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