Christian Broadcasting Network founder Pat robertson was honored with the Faith and Freedom Coalition's first "Winston Churchill" Lifetime Achievement Award.
Faith and Freedom Coalition leader Ralph Reed introduced Dr. Robertson at the Washington, D.C., event.
Reed said like Winston Churchill, Robertson saw opportunity where others saw only difficulty, and where others saw only their ambitions, the CBN founder saw God's kingdom.
Robertson said he was honored to be associated with Churchill and that the former British prime minister's contribution to freedom is monumental and an inspiration to us all.
"I want to say to you tonight that you and I are not going to give up the fight until this great nation is once again lifted to the place it deserves among the family of nations, where it will be a bright shining city on a hill, where it will be the hope of a downtrodden throughout the earth and where indeed we can say proudly we are one nation under God," Robertson exhorted the crowd. Watch Robertson's entire acceptance speech below.
In addition to CBN, Robertson is the founder of Regent University, The Christian Coalition, and the American Center for Law and Justice.