Rabbi Jon Hausman and Pastor Jack Hibbs ACTCON 2016 Presentation DVD
Rabbi Jonathan Hausman and Pastor Jack Hibbs spoke at the 2016 ACT for America National Conference about religious persecution.
Approximately 46 minutes
Rabbi Jonathan Hausman is the Rabbi at Ahavath Torah Congregation in Stoughton, MA. Rabbi Hausman received his BA in Religion and Judaic Studies and an MA in Middle East and Jewish Studies from The George Washington University in Washington, DC and his JD from Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, GA. He received his rabbinic ordination from the Tifereth Israel Rabbinical Yeshiva.
Rabbi Jon is a second generation American who is very active and involved in freedom of speech, community issues and Jewish-Evangelical dialogue. He is a passionate and unapologetic supporter of the State of Israel and has much family residing in the Jewish State.
He was awarded ACT’s prestigious Legislator of the Year Award 2 years ago for his work on ALAC issues, has spoken to numerous ACT Chapters and has led several marches/events to highlight the indiscriminate attacks on the Middle East’s indigenous Christian communities.
Jack Hibbs is the Founder and Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills located in Southern California. Jack began Calvary Chapel as a home fellowship church plant from Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa in 1990. Today the church ministers to thousands each week in attendance.
Jack’s teachings are heard on many international radio stations throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Australia, and throughout the Hawaiian Islands. He is best known for his passionate, expositional teachings. He maintains an active speaking schedule and is a sought-after conference speaker. He serves on several national executive boards including the Family Research Council in Washington D.C., a nationwide advocacy group defending America’s faith, family and freedom. Pastor Jack and his wife, Lisa have been married for over thirty years. He, his wife, and family live in Southern California.