Bob Vander Plaats, president of the Iowa-based Christian conservative group The Family Leader, introduced a video at a religious revival event on Sunday which linked gay rights, terrorism, mass shootings and gambling.

At the event, titled The If 7:14 Call after his just-released book If 7:14 about the “urgent call for revival” in America, Vander Plaats introduced the video by saying, “Things are getting eerily dark.”

The video includes a montage of images, including images of terrorist attacks (9-11 and the Boston Marathon bombings), mass shootings (Sandy Hook), gambling, Justice Anthony Kennedy, the national debt, rallies in support of legalizing marijuana, the legalization of gay marriage in Minnesota, and the Boy Scouts' admittance of openly gay youth. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Vander Plaats and his organization led the backlash against the 2009 Iowa Supreme Court ruling that struck down the state's marriage ban. The group spearheaded unsuccessful efforts to amend the Iowa Constitution to define marriage as a heterosexual union and campaigned for the ouster of the high court's elected judges.

The Family Leader's annual Family Leadership Summit taking place next month will feature Senators Tim Scott and Ted Cruz, Mike Huckabee, Rick Santorum, and Governors Bobby Jindal and Rick Perry.