Posts Tagged ‘ religious liberty ’

Senators Lankford, Cornyn, And Coons Introduce Resolution To Recognize The Museum Of The Bible

Nov 21st, 2017 | By

Senators James Lankford (R-OK), John Cornyn (R-TX), and Chris Coons (D-DE) have introduced a bipartisan Senate resolution to recognize the grand opening of the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC. The museum opened on November 17 and is free to the public. The museum holds items such as the Gutenberg Bible. Steven Green, Oklahoman,

[continue reading…]

President Trump Nominates Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback To Religious Liberty Post

Jul 31st, 2017 | By

Last week, President Trump announced that he has picked Kansas Governor Sam Brownback to become the ambassador-at-large for the international religious freedom at the State Department. Brownback is a long-time friend of religious liberty when he served in the Senate. He was largely responsible for the passage of the International Religious Freedom Act in 1998,

[continue reading…]

Eight Bible Verses To Read This Independence Day

Jul 3rd, 2017 | By

One way God speaks to all of us is through the Scriptures. As we celebrate our independence as a nation this Fourth of July, let’s also remember the freedom found in believing in Jesus Christ. Here are eight Bible verses (from the New International Version translation) to bring hope and direction to your July 4

[continue reading…]

President Trump Honors Vets At ‘Celebrate Freedom’ Concert

Jul 3rd, 2017 | By

President Donald Trump gave the keynote speech on Saturday night at the “Celebrate Freedom” Concert at the Kennedy Center. The concert was organized by Pastor Robert Jeffrees of the First Baptist Church in Dallas to honor America’s veterans who fought to maintain our liberty from tyrants. During President Trump’s speech, he made it clear that

[continue reading…]

Alert: Congressional Prayer Caucus Posts Legislative Updates

May 26th, 2017 | By

The Congressional Prayer Caucus, co-chaired by Senator James Lankford (R-OK) recently published legislative updates on important bills being considered in Congress. Three of those bills are summarized below. Let your legislator know you support these bills. Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act Rep. Mike Kelly and Senator Enzi introduced the Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act (H.R.1881

[continue reading…]

Senator Lankford Encourages The White House To Take A Strong Stance To Protect Religious Liberty

May 5th, 2017 | By

Senator James Lankford (R-OK) urged the White House to take clear affirmative steps to ensure that the right to the free exercise of religion is protected for all Americans. “The right to practice any faith or choose no faith is a fundamental human right of all Americans guaranteed in the First Amendment of the Constitution,”

[continue reading…]

Faith Leaders Praise Trump’s Action To Protect Religious Liberty

May 4th, 2017 | By

Faith leaders are praising what they hope is a first step by the Trump administration to protect religious liberties that were put in a bull’s-eye by the Obama administration. President Trump signed an executive order Thursday instructing that churches be given the widest freedom possible from the Johnson amendment of 1954 that restricts their speech.

[continue reading…]

Stunner! Congress Considering Free Speech For Pastors

Feb 2nd, 2017 | By

There’s a new boss in Washington and new attention being paid to conservative issues, and now Congress is even considering a plan that would restore free speech to church pastors, who were targeted by Lyndon Johnson when he fought for re-election to the Senate.

Protecting Religious Liberty

Nov 18th, 2016 | By

In 1994, nearly every member of Congress supported legislation affirming that the free exercise of religion is an “unalienable right.” Four years later, Congress unanimously declared that religious freedom “undergirds the very origin and existence of the United States.”


Jan 18th, 2016 | By

Thomas Jefferson was a man of many remarkable achievements. Drafter and signer of the Declaration of Independence, Secretary of State, and President cover just a few. But within this impressive list, there were only three things for which he most hoped to be remembered-legacies that were so important to him he had them etched into his gravestone. “Because by these,” he wrote, “as testimonials that I have lived, I wish most to be remembered.”