What We Can Do

We stand at a crossroads, a pivot point in our nation’s story. The future of America depends on our response today. God has appointed us to live in this time, in this season, and in this generation. He has given us all we need to succeed in our assignment to lead with our faith. It’s time to boldly and bravely deliver truth, hope, and light into our desperate culture.

The Culture & Christianity Conference will help equip, prepare, and embolden the rising generation of Americans to be voices for God’s Truth, wherever He leads. Come join the next group of leaders. Be reminded of the freedoms and liberties we’re called to protect. Find encouragement and strength to carry out your purpose and take the truth wherever you go.

Mack Brock

Leading Worship At Each Session

Formerly with Elevation Worship, Mack Brock has led thousands in worship across the nation & co-wrote the songs “O Come To The Altar,” “Resurrecting,” “Here As In Heaven,” and “Do It Again”.

Unsung Hero

Opening Weekend Movie Premiere

Get exclusive access to the opening weekend premier of For King & Country’s new film, Unsung Hero, on Friday, April 26 at 7:00pm, with the purchase of a ticket to the C&C conference.

Speaker Bios

Kayleigh McEnany

Kayleigh McEnany is the former White House press secretary and current co-host of Outnumbered on the Fox News Channel.

Kayleigh is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Georgetown University with a degree in international politics. She also studied politics and international relations at Oxford University, St Edmund Hall. Kayleigh is a recipient of the Department of Defense Medal for Distinguished Public Service and the Department of Homeland Security Secretary’s Public Service Award. She is the author of the New York Times bestselling books, “For Such a Time as This” and “Serenity in the Storm: Living through Chaos by Leaning on Christ.”

Kayleigh McEnany is appearing at this event only as a featured speaker and is not asking for funds or donations.


Brandon Tatum

As a former police officer turned online influencer, Brandon Tatum brings a unique blend of bold straight-talk and philosophical depth to the public sphere. As the co-founder of BLEXIT with Candace Owens, Brandon brings profound insights forged on the frontlines of the culture wars.

Blending gritty personal experience with intellectual courage, Brandon’s message disrupts echo chambers by confronting sacred cows on both sides with convincing logic and piercing wit.

His message powerfully resonates with those seeking an unfiltered perspective rooted in traditional values and Constitutional principles.


Allie B. Stuckey

Allie Beth Stuckey is a wife, mom of three, and the host of the podcast Relatable, where she analyzes culture, theology, and politics from a Christian, conservative perspective. She’s the author of You’re Not Enough (& That’s Ok), as well as an upcoming book titled Toxic Empathy, to be released this fall. Allie speaks to organizations, schools, and churches across the country about the importance of viewing current issues through a Biblical worldview. 


Kirk Cameron

Kirk Cameron is a well known television and film actor and producer.  His work includes the movies “Fireproof,” “Left Behind,” “Monumental,” and “Lifemark.”  He produced the documentary “The Homeschool Awakening” about the growing homeschooling movement. Kirk hosts TBN’s television series “Takeaways with Kirk Cameron” and “One on One with Kirk Cameron” and co-hosted the series “The Way of the Master”. Recently, he has been featured in the press, talking about his “American Campfire Revival” livestream, events, and podcast, urging the family of faith to return to the principles that will bring blessing and protection to America. Kirk authored the children’s book “As You Grow” that teaches Biblical principles and character, and has traveled around the country for “See You at the Library” reading hours with this book.  He and his wife, Chelsea, have been married for 31 years, have six children, and host an all-expenses-paid summer camp for terminally ill children and their families called Camp Firefly.


Eric Metaxas

Eric Metaxas is the #1 New York Times Bestselling author of Bonhoeffer, and many other books, including Is Atheism Dead?, Martin Luther, Amazing Grace, and Letter to the American Church. He has written more than thirty children’s books, including the bestsellers Squanto and the Miracle of Thanksgiving and It’s Time to Sleep, My Love, illustrated by Nancy Tillman. His books have been translated into more than twenty-five languages. He is the host of Socrates in the City, and the nationally syndicated Eric Metaxas Radio Show — “The Show about Everything!” — which also airs as a weekly television program on TBN. Metaxas has conducted interviews with an eclectic mix of guests including film director Ron Howard, Mel Gibson, and Morgan Freeman, as well as such figures as Peter Thiel. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and many other publications.


Seth Gruber

The son of a pregnancy resource center director, Seth Gruber was raised in the pro-life movement and has been speaking publicly on behalf of unborn children since the age of 19.

First gaining exposure during his college years, Seth founded and directed the Students for Life Club at Westmont College, a Christian liberal arts institution. While there, he conducted educational displays on campus to challenge the institution for their refusal to take a formal position on abortion. During the summer, Seth interned with a pro-life organization in Southern California, where he helped coordinate and conduct educational displays at over 10 universities and engaged with thousands of students on the topic of abortion. Upon graduation, Seth joined Life Training Institute as a pro-life speaker. He is now a nationally renowned speaker for life, the founder and president of The White Rose Resistance, and the host of the popular podcast “UnAborted.”


John DeBerry

John DeBerry represented the 90th House District of Tennessee from 1995 to 2020. He is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University and the University of Memphis and currently preaches at the Coleman Avenue Church of Christ in Memphis in addition to churches and organizations across the country. He serves as Tennessee Governor Bill Lee’s Senior Advisor and as a member of his Cabinet.

Upon his appointment to this post, Governor Lee said, “John DeBerry is a respected leader and man of faith who has served our state with integrity for decades as both a legislator and civil rights champion. He has fought to protect life, provide better education options for Tennessee students, and to reform our criminal justice system.”


Frank Turek

Dr. Frank Turek is a dynamic speaker and award-winning author or coauthor of five books. As the President of CrossExamined.org, he presents powerful and entertaining evidence for Christianity at churches, high schools, and secular college campuses that often begin hostile to his message. He has also debated several prominent atheists including Christopher Hitchens and Michael Shermer, Founding Publisher of Skeptic Magazine.

Frank hosts an hour-long TV program each week called I Don’t Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist and has appeared on hundreds of radio programs and many top TV networks including: Fox News, ABC, and CBS. He also writes a column for Townhall.com and several other sites.

A former aviator in the US Navy, Frank has a master’s degree from George Washington University and a doctorate from Southern Evangelical Seminary.


Allen Jackson

Allen Jackson has served as senior pastor of World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee since 1989. Under his leadership, the church has grown from less than 30 people to over 15,000 through outreach activities, community events, and worship services designed to share the Gospel.

Pastor Allen’s mission is to help people become more fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ, and technology has increased his impact, allowing his biblical messages to reach and encourage 3,000,000+ people per week through Allen Jackson Ministries. The ministry reaches across the globe through online streaming, television, radio, books, small group studies, and other resources.

Pastor Jackson has earned degrees from Oral Roberts University and Vanderbilt University, and studied at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Hebrew University in Jerusalem.


Chad Robichaux

Chad is a Former Force Recon Marine and Department of Defense contractor with eight deployments to Afghanistan as part of a Special Operations Task Force. After overcoming his own personal battles with PTSD, Chad founded the Mighty Oaks Foundation, a leading nonprofit that has served hundreds of thousands of military warriors and first responders through faith-based resiliency and recovery programs. Chad also co-founded Save Our Allies; a nonprofit established out of his personal desire to save his friend Azizullah Aziz from Afghanistan. Chad and his team safely evacuated more than 17,000 people from Afghanistan and they are currently operating in Ukraine as the Russian invasion continues. Chad is a subject-matter expert on veterans’ care, having advised presidential administrations, Congress, the VA, and the DoD, and he was appointed to serve as the Chairman of a White House Veterans Coalition under the previous administration. He is regularly featured on national media, and has been a contributor to Fox News, Newsmax, The Blaze, and other outlets.


Catherine Austin Fitts

Catherine is the president of Solari, Inc., publisher of the Solari Report, and managing member of Solari Investment Screens, LLC. Catherine served as managing director and member of the board of directors of the Wall Street investment bank Dillon, Read & Co. Inc., as Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development in the first Bush Administration, and was the president of Hamilton Securities Group, Inc. Catherine has designed and closed over $25 billion of transactions and investments to-date and has led portfolio and investment strategy for $300 billion of financial assets and liabilities.


Stephanie Nash

Stephanie Nash is a fourth-generation dairy farmer, originally from Fresno California but now resides in middle Tennessee. Stephanie Nash has a strong passion for advocacy. She has created a large following for education, connection and truth for the agriculture industry. From her national news hits to her musical talents, Stephanie brings hope to farmers, ranchers and everyday consumers. Stephanie Nash is a true representation of what we need in agriculture and will continue to push the boundaries to protect the American Dream.


Robert J. Morgan

An Associate Pastor at World Outreach Church, Robert J. Morgan has served in pastoral ministry in the Nashville area for over forty years. He is a best-selling, gold-Illuminations, and gold-medallion winning writer with more than thirty-five books in print and approximately five million copies in circulation in multiple languages. In addition to his role at WOC, Rob speaks widely at churches, conferences, schools, and corporate events through his ministry, Robert J. Morgan Ministries. He graduated magna cum laude from Columbia International University, which awarded Morgan an honorary Doctor of Divinity degree in 2014. He also holds masters degrees from Wheaton Graduate School and Luther Rice Seminary. Rob was also a homemaker and a caregiver for his late wife of 43 years, Katrina, who battled multiple sclerosis and passed away in November of 2019. He and Katrina have three daughters and sixteen grandchildren.

Join Us In Murfreesboro

The future of America hangs in the balance. What will your response be?

Powerful things happen when Christ-followers come together to intentionally worship and grow. Join us this spring in Tennessee, just thirty miles south of Music City. Focus on the biblical foundations that built our nation. Worship together. Be equipped to lead with your faith, wherever God takes you. Together, let’s ask God to lead us, teach us, grow us, and give us a fresh perspective on how we can bring His light, hope, and truth into our nation today.

Registration

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The cost of admission includes:

Keynote speakers • Additional learning opportunities and resources • T-shirt • Lead With Your Faith toolkit

Limited Seating Available

For groups of more than 10, please call to order tickets: 844-377-7057

Event Itinerary

Early Check-in: April 24/25

You have the option to check-in up to 2 days before the event begins.

Fri. Morning, April 26

Registration & check-in open / Exhibitors open for the day
7:00am
Worship with Mack Brock
8:30am
Allen Jackson
8:45am
Pastor, World Outreach Church / Author / Podcast host
Stephanie Nash
9:15am
4th-generation dairy farmer, Nash Family Creamery
Kirk Cameron
9:30am
Filmmaker / Author / TBN host
Allie B. Stuckey
10:00am
Author / Podcast host?
Seth Gruber
10:30am
Founder & president, The White Rose Resistance
Roundtable Discussion
11:00am
Pastor Allen, Stephanie Nash, Kirk Cameron, Allie B. Stuckey, and Seth Gruber

Fri. Night, April 26

Lunch Break
12:00-2:00pm

If you purchased a boxed lunch, you can pick it up in the Courtyard. Food trucks will also be available on site. During lunch, you can watch a podcast with Pastor Allen and Allie B. Stuckey in New Harvest Sanctuary, Genesis Sanctuary and All Nations Sanctuary.

Worship with Mack Brock
2:00pm
John DeBerry
2:30pm
Former representative, 90th House District of Tennessee
Frank Turek
3:00pm
President of CrossExamined.org / Show host
Brandon Tatum
3:30pm
Former police officer / Podcast host
Roundtable Discussion
4:00pm
Pastor Allen, John DeBerry, Frank Turek, and Brandon Tatum
Friday Night: Exclusive Movie Night
7:00pm

For King & Country’s Unsung Hero

Sat. Morning, April 27

Registration & Check-In Open / Exhibitors Open for the Day
7:00am
Worship with Mack Brock
8:30am
Pastor Robert J. Morgan
8:45am
Pastor / Best-selling, gold-medallion winning author
Catherine Austin Fitts
9:05am
President, Solari, Inc. / Worked with President Bush, Sr.
Eric Metaxas
9:30am
#1 New York Times bestselling author / TBN host
Chad Robichaux
10:00am
Former Marine / Founder, Might Oaks Foundation
Kayleigh McEnany
10:30am
Former White House press secretary / Fox News host
Roundtable Discussion
11:00am
Pastor Allen, Robert J. Morgan, Catherine Austin Fitts, Eric Metaxas, Chad Robichaux, and Kayleigh McEnany
Conference ends
12:00pm

Sat. Night, April 27

Spring Festival
6:00pm
  • Join us for Spring Festival at World Outreach Church!
  • Matthew West will be leading worship on our outdoor stage, with a free worship concert after church.
  • Food trucks and children’s activities available starting at 4pm.
  • Church starts at 6pm, and Pastor Allen will be interviewing Kayleigh McEnany and Eric Metaxas during the service.
  • If you would like to be baptized during the festival on Saturday night, you can register here.
Some of our favorite places to have a meal (or treat) that are local or specific to this region. There will also be food trucks available in the event center parking lot:

Food Trucks: Friday

  • Gyro Tabouli
  • French Dips & Subs
  • Pivot Foods
  • Momma Joys Hot Chicken
  • Chang Kham
  • Chang Noi
  • Fried Tater Cafe
  • LaPasita
  • Gramma’s Hands
  • Buns on the Run
  • The Dough Box
  • G Dubbs Brew
  • Table of Cuba
  • Justa Smokin
  • VanHorn’s Cookies

Food Trucks: Saturday

  • Gyro Tabouli
  • Pivot Foods
  • Momma Joys Hot Chicken
  • Chang Kham
  • Chang Noi
  • Fried Tater Cafe
  • LaPasita
  • Gramma’s Hands

Closest To Venue

  • Los Barrilles
    Local-favorite Mexican restaurant.
  • Luca’s Pizza
    New York style pizza.
  • SaBaiDee Cafe
    Authentic Lao-Thai food.
  • Joanie’s Coffee
    Coffee and food about 2 miles away.
  • Grocery stores: Costco, Walmart Neighborhood Market, Publix

South Church Street

  • Parthenon Grille
    Fusion Greek food with a twist.
  • Oscar’s Taco Shop
    SoCal-style Mexican food.
  • Koji Express Japanese Grill
    Quick Hibachi-grilled meals with fresh ingredients.

Downtown Square

Murfreesboro was the original state capitol of Tennessee before the capitol moved to Nashville, so the courthouse on the square used to be for the state. The square is charming and picturesque. Here are a few restaurant options:

  • The Alley On Main
    Fresh steaks, seafood, and pasta, scratch-made daily.
  • Domenico’s Italian Deli
    Sandwiches, charcuterie boards, soups, and salads. 3rd-generation owned.
  • Boro Bowls
    Acai bowls and smoothies. They also offer a build-your-own “loaded toast”. A great healthy breakfast or lunch option.
  • Puckett’s Restaurant
    Nashville-style southern cooking meets BBQ cuisine. Sometimes there’s even live music.
  • Hattie Jane’s Creamery
    Small-batch ice cream made with Tennessee milk. Next door to Puckett's.
  • Marina’s On The Square
    Italian dishes, pizzas, and calzones.
  • Party Fowl
    Nashville-style hot chicken.
  • Brasshorn Coffee Roasters
    Locally-owned coffee shop with a modern atmosphere.

Medical Center Parkway

  • Mission BBQ
    Supports veterans, first responders, and local communities with their all-American food.
  • CoreLife Eatery
    Fresh & nutrient-dense bowls, rice, broth, power plates, and more.
  • Maple Street Biscuit
    Comfort food with a modern twist.
  • Juice Bar
    Juice, bowls, and other healthy food options.
  • Samurai
    Japanese hibachi steakhouse.
  • Slim & Husky’s
    Build-your-own pizza place that started in Nashville but is now expanding all over.
  • West 22 Tacos
    Traditional Mexican cuisine infused with a touch of local influences.
  • Julia’s Bakery
    Locally-owned homestyle bakery.

The Fountains At Gateway (1500 Medical Center Parkway)

  • Goodness Gracious
    Southern-comfort breakfast & lunch, including “Cinnamon roll” pancakes.
  • Burger Republic
    Nashville-based gourmet burgers & milkshakes.
  • Soda Parlor
    Bottled sodas, snow cones, ice cream and various treats.
  • Love Thai Sushi
    Another popular option for Thai and sushi.
  • Penne Pazze
    Italian food and flatbreads.
  • Steakhouse Five
    Highly-rated steak dinner restaurant. Sister restaurant to Five Senses.
  • Just Love Coffee
    Started in Murfreesboro, now with several locations across the country.

Broad Street

  • Chuy’s
    Fun & authentic Tex-Mex restaurant.
  • Champy’s World-Famous Fried Chicken
    Chicken, tamales, and other southern food.
  • Five Senses
    Upscale American dining. Sister restaurant to Steakhouse Five.

Memorial Boulevard

  • Primrose Table
    Upscale American dining
  • Donut Country
    Local-favorite doughnut shop.

Spring Festival & Baptism

While you’re here, make plans to join us for Saturday night service at World Outreach Church as we conclude our annual spring festival. This free outdoor event features food trucks, water baptism, a worship concert with Matthew West, and a message from Pastor Allen with Kayleigh McEnany and Eric Metaxas.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is included with registration?

Your registration fee includes two days of keynote speakers, a conference t-shirt, and resources that will help equip you to lead with your faith in your sphere of influence. Between sessions, visit with exhibitors and organizations who align with a biblical worldview. You will leave the conference with tools to help you put your faith into action when you return home.

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Will this conference be available on livestream?

At this time, livestream tickets are not available.

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Do you have conference merchandise?

Registration includes a conference t-shirt, and we'll have more apparel and resources available for purchase in the The Next Chapter, World Outreach Church's on-campus resource center.

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Cancellation & refunds

Cancellation requests received before April 15, 2024, will be fully refunded. Unfortunately, no refunds can be made after this date. You may request to have your registration transferred to another person up to two weeks in advance of the conference.

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How do I reserve seating?

All seating is first come, first served.

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When will I receive my tickets?

You will receive a confirmation email immediately following your ticket purchase. If you do not, please contact us at info@leadwithfaith.church. Your confirmation email will serve as your ticket to check in on the day of the conference.

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When can I check in to the Culture & Christianity conference?

Check-in will begin at 7:30am on Friday, April 26th.

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What are your meal options?

Boxed lunches are available as an add on for Friday April 26th in your registration. There will also be food trucks on campus during the conference. There are also local restaurants listed on this page. You can view them here.

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Is there a place for nursing mothers?

Yes, there is a nursing mother room located in the lobby of Three Crosses that has a live feed available from the conference.

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Will childcare be provided?

No, childcare will not be provided for the conference.

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Can I transfer/gift my tickets to another person?

Yes, select the MANAGE ATTENDEE from your email confirmation and select the attendee ticket for a list of available options.

Event Merchandise

Shop C&C merchandise and more at The Next Chapter Bookstore on campus at WOrld Outreach Church while you attend the conference

Exhibitors

We are thankful for the companies and organizations joining us at this year’s Culture & Christianity Conference. Our goal is to provide participants with resources and information that will equip them to lead with their faith in their homes and in their communities. Our spaces for exhibitors are currently filled for this event. 

Venue Info

Some of our favorite places to have a meal (or treat) that are local or specific to this region. There will also be food trucks available in the event center parking lot:

Food Trucks: Friday

  • Gyro Tabouli
  • French Dips & Subs
  • Pivot Foods
  • Momma Joys Hot Chicken
  • Chang Kham
  • Chang Noi
  • Fried Tater Cafe
  • LaPasita
  • Gramma’s Hands
  • Buns on the Run
  • The Dough Box
  • G Dubbs Brew
  • Table of Cuba
  • Justa Smokin
  • VanHorn’s Cookies

Food Trucks: Saturday

  • Gyro Tabouli
  • Pivot Foods
  • Momma Joys Hot Chicken
  • Chang Kham
  • Chang Noi
  • Fried Tater Cafe
  • LaPasita
  • Gramma’s Hands

Closest To Venue

  • Los Barrilles
    Local-favorite Mexican restaurant.
  • Luca’s Pizza
    New York style pizza.
  • SaBaiDee Cafe
    Authentic Lao-Thai food.
  • Joanie’s Coffee
    Coffee and food about 2 miles away.
  • Grocery stores: Costco, Walmart Neighborhood Market, Publix

South Church Street

  • Parthenon Grille
    Fusion Greek food with a twist.
  • Oscar’s Taco Shop
    SoCal-style Mexican food.
  • Koji Express Japanese Grill
    Quick Hibachi-grilled meals with fresh ingredients.

Downtown Square

Murfreesboro was the original state capitol of Tennessee before the capitol moved to Nashville, so the courthouse on the square used to be for the state. The square is charming and picturesque. Here are a few restaurant options:

  • The Alley On Main
    Fresh steaks, seafood, and pasta, scratch-made daily.
  • Domenico’s Italian Deli
    Sandwiches, charcuterie boards, soups, and salads. 3rd-generation owned.
  • Boro Bowls
    Acai bowls and smoothies. They also offer a build-your-own “loaded toast”. A great healthy breakfast or lunch option.
  • Puckett’s Restaurant
    Nashville-style southern cooking meets BBQ cuisine. Sometimes there’s even live music.
  • Hattie Jane’s Creamery
    Small-batch ice cream made with Tennessee milk. Next door to Puckett's.
  • Marina’s On The Square
    Italian dishes, pizzas, and calzones.
  • Party Fowl
    Nashville-style hot chicken.
  • Brasshorn Coffee Roasters
    Locally-owned coffee shop with a modern atmosphere.

Medical Center Parkway

  • Mission BBQ
    Supports veterans, first responders, and local communities with their all-American food.
  • CoreLife Eatery
    Fresh & nutrient-dense bowls, rice, broth, power plates, and more.
  • Maple Street Biscuit
    Comfort food with a modern twist.
  • Juice Bar
    Juice, bowls, and other healthy food options.
  • Samurai
    Japanese hibachi steakhouse.
  • Slim & Husky’s
    Build-your-own pizza place that started in Nashville but is now expanding all over.
  • West 22 Tacos
    Traditional Mexican cuisine infused with a touch of local influences.
  • Julia’s Bakery
    Locally-owned homestyle bakery.

The Fountains At Gateway (1500 Medical Center Parkway)

  • Goodness Gracious
    Southern-comfort breakfast & lunch, including “Cinnamon roll” pancakes.
  • Burger Republic
    Nashville-based gourmet burgers & milkshakes.
  • Soda Parlor
    Bottled sodas, snow cones, ice cream and various treats.
  • Love Thai Sushi
    Another popular option for Thai and sushi.
  • Penne Pazze
    Italian food and flatbreads.
  • Steakhouse Five
    Highly-rated steak dinner restaurant. Sister restaurant to Five Senses.
  • Just Love Coffee
    Started in Murfreesboro, now with several locations across the country.

Broad Street

  • Chuy’s
    Fun & authentic Tex-Mex restaurant.
  • Champy’s World-Famous Fried Chicken
    Chicken, tamales, and other southern food.
  • Five Senses
    Upscale American dining. Sister restaurant to Steakhouse Five.

Memorial Boulevard

  • Primrose Table
    Upscale American dining
  • Donut Country
    Local-favorite doughnut shop.

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Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm CST

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