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Global Impact Leadership Speaker

Dr. Randel Everett

SESSION TITLE(S)

  • Transformation Precedes Passion
  • Finding Your Kingdom Assignment
  • Character Counts
  • Five Practices

About the Presenter

Dr. Randel Everett is the Founder and President of the 21Wilberforce Global Freedom Center (21Wilberforce), a Christian human rights nonprofit organization dedicated to addressing the growing global need to protect and advance the fundamental and universal right to freedom of religion, belief, and conscience (FoRB). Previous to founding 21Wilberforce in 2014, Randel spent four decades pastoring churches in Florida, Virginia, Arkansas, and Texas. He was the Founding President of the John Leland Center for Theological Studies in Falls Church, Virginia. He served as the Executive Director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, and currently serves in leadership for the Baptist World Alliance.

Throughout his career, Everett has traveled to nearly 50 countries, meeting with religious and government leaders and witnessing first-hand the ravages of persecution. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Ouachita Baptist University in Arkansas and Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.

Prayer unlocks God’s power to transform lives in countries where Christians experience intense persecution.

Sammy Tippit

International Evangelist

I encourage you to view justice advocacy in missional terms.

Suzii Paynter March

Prosper Waco

Track One
Developing Emergent Leaders in the Struggle for Justice

Track Two
Religious Freedom: A Call to Stand Together

21Wilberforce is a Christian human rights organization dedicated to defending the universal rights of religion, belief, and conscience for all people. Our vision is to empower people to collaboratively support persecuted communities, challenge repression, and expand freedom of religion and belief globally.

We draw inspiration from the 19th century British parliamentarian William Wilberforce, who led an improbable movement that ended the single greatest violation of human rights — the slave trade. Like our namesake, 21Wilberforce leverages the strength of collaborative partnerships, grassroots empowerment, and policy campaigns.