Monumental Case Begins Today

This morning, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments that will determine whether or Christian Groups Required to Allow Opposing Viewsnot individual states will retain the freedom to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, impacting legislation that a majority of citizens in a number of states have already voted on. Nothing in the U.S. Constitution requires all 50 states to hold marriage in the same manner. However, an unfavorable ruling by the Supreme Court not only undermines state sovereignty, but will further diminish America’s Judeo-Christian heritage and individual religious liberties, as well as the core understanding of marriage as one of our most time-honored and God-ordained institutions.

One example of the potential consequences for such a case occurred just last week, when an administrative law judge for the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries ruled that Aaron and Melissa Klein, who operate a local bakery called Sweet Cakes, must pay $135,000 in emotional damages for violating the state’s anti-discrimination laws. As owners of the business, they respectfully requested the same-sex couple consider another establishment for their wedding cake. After a series of unsuccessful challenges in court and despite at least one current online fundraiser trying to support the Kleins, the outcome is very troubling for people of faith and those who desire to follow the dictates of their moral conscience.

This is just the latest in a series of similar cases across the nation. Should the High Court’s decision be contrary to the general and democratically determined will of the people, these types of rulings will surely increase and may eventually find a level of impact in your own organization, business, ministry, church or even your home. What if the courts then decided to forbid citizens in discussing their beliefs on sensitive or biblical issues such as homosexuality and abortion in public settings—declaring what should be considered as free speech, to be relabeled as discriminatory or hate speech? Think it can’t happen? It already has in other countries like England. Is the United States far behind?

Many national and state leaders are making every effort to protect our fundamental rights as Americans, including the passing of Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRA) in several states.  However, we need government officials and judges to stand strong together to protect our religious freedoms.

Members of the House and Senate signed an amicus brief urging the Court to uphold the marriage laws before the Court today. Congressman J. Randy Forbes, founder and co-chair of the Congressional Prayer Caucus commented,

ReligiousFreedom“…regardless of what the Court decides, the government should not coerce individuals who believe marriage is an inherently religious act into participating in affirming a ceremony that violates their religious beliefs. I believe every individual deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.  But there is a fundamental difference between a blanket refusal to provide services to someone because of who they are (which is wrong) and respectfully declining to proactively participate in the celebration of something that contradicts your religious beliefs (which is a constitutional right).  In fact, the worlds three largest religions—Christianity, Judaism, and Islam—all view marriage as a sacred and fundamentally religious act; so for many individuals, their inability to actively participate in a same-sex marriage ceremony is not a choice.??We are a free society rooted in these fundamental freedoms: freedom of religion, freedom of speech and of the press, and freedom to peaceably assemble and associate with likeminded individuals. These freedoms ring hollow if Americans are not free to live by their beliefs, and instead are told they must check their convictions at the doors of their homes or places of worship. A nation that allows differing opinions and beliefs to flourish is a nation that is truly tolerant and diverse.”

Please remember to pray for the Supreme Court Justices over the next several weeks as they continue to deliberate this case. Pray for favor. Pray for righteousness to prevail. Pray for their hearts and minds to be open to the influence of the Holy Spirit. Pray that in all things, God will be honored.

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An Urgent Call to Our Knees

The storm is upon us and we must be engaged and ready for action.

On April 28, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, a federal lawsuit where the plaintiffs are suing for Ohio to validate same-sex marriages that are permitted/solemnized in other jurisdictions. This particular case concerns a same-sex couple who was married in the state of Maryland and is alleging their 14th Amendment rights of due process and equal protection are being violated for failure to recognize the union. It is being consolidated with three other cases: Tanco v. Haslam (Tennessee), DeBoer v. Snyder (Michigan), and Bourke v. Beshear (Kentucky).

At issue here is whether or not individual states, as voted on by the people, will retain the 10730815_812982765411907_5581411575886254968_nfreedom to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman. Nothing in the U.S. Constitution requires all 50 states to hold marriage in the same manner. However, an unfavorable ruling by the Supreme Court not only undermines state sovereignty, but will further diminish America’s Judeo-Christian heritage, individual religious liberties and one of our most time-honored and God-ordained institutions. In a Constitutional Republic, the people should have the authority in such manners.

In examining the cornerstone documents that have guided us for over 230 years, the Founding Fathers sought to establish a form of government that would secure the fundamental principles promoting and respecting human dignity and liberty. The Declaration of Independence describes the nexus between a sovereign God and human rights. The purpose of the Constitution was to establish a federal government with certain enumerated, but limited authority, thus giving the power to “We the people.” The Bill of Rights ensures and protects the freedoms of all citizens, reserving some powers to the states and the general public, including the freedom of religious expression and free speech.

Today, these hallowed principles are being undermined and trampled upon by increasingly emboldened anti-faith activists, growing government overreach and what amounts to judicial tyranny. Numerous leaders are making every effort to protect our fundamental rights; however, it’s you, our citizens who must exercise your authority to stand against injustice, to raise your voices in the halls of power and not be silent as our freedoms are being eroded. Right now, we must come humbly before God and pray for His mercy and intervention.

Listen to the words of Thomas Jefferson, which are inscribed in stone in the Jefferson Memorial in our nation’s capital:

“Almighty God hath created the mind free. All attempts to influence it by temporal punishments or burthens…are a departure from the plan of the Holy Author of our religion…No man shall be compelled to frequent or support any religious worship or ministry or shall otherwise suffer on account of his religious opinions or belief, but all men shall be free to profess and by argument to maintain, their opinions in matters of religion. I know but one code of morality for men whether acting singly or collectively.”

Some seek to detract from this alarming attempt to radically change our form of government by convincing a generation that the definition of marriage is another civil rights movement. Sexual preference is being elevated to the same standard as race and gender and there are those who are demanding the same protections. Currently, individual states give the people the authority to determine what policies and legislative initiatives are best for their respective state. Now, in a matter of days, nine Supreme Court Justices will essentially begin deciding whether or not to override the will of the people across the country and effectively rescind their Constitutional right to establish their own duly passed laws on this issue.

moses_supreme_courtBy in large, the United States remains an overtly spiritual nation. The tenets of the three major religions in the United States (Christianity, Judaism, and Islam)—which represent 84% of the general population—address the subject of sexual orientation and behavior and all teach that natural marriage is a sacred and holy union between and man and a woman.This reality underscores the overwhelming relevance of faith values and beliefs in our culture. A judicial ruling on the wrong side of the issue not only infringes on religious liberties for the vast majority of Americans, it also coerces citizens to deny their convictions and compels them to affirm the government’s definition of marriage.

If the trend to fundamentally change our nation continues, faith values will be increasingly marginalized and Christians will continue to be wrongly labeled as discriminatory simply for holding to traditional views on marriage. We cannot and we must not passively sit on the sidelines and allow our right of conscience to be dictated by the state. This only denigrates the dignity of each person and the stability of our self-governing Republic. Chaplains and pastors are already required to officiate same sex marriage ceremonies and businesses are forced to provide services that compromise their beliefs or conflict with moral convictions. To do otherwise brings the risk of job removal, heavy fines, lawsuits, public outcry from a liberal media and even jail time. Our nation is surely at a crossroads. A role of government is to protect the First Amendment freedoms of the American people, not coerce or impose fines upon those that live out their faith in the public square.

The challenges facing America are real and they are significant. The time has come to shake off our lethargy and discouragement, to awaken the slumbering giant that is the church, and to refocus and remind ourselves that history – and the God we serve – is with us. America has put her trust in God since our inception and He is not hindered by anything or anyone. He is simply looking to His people to humble themselves, repent and seek Him on their knees.

There are hundreds of churches and prayer networks in communities all over the country that are gathering for a time of prayer and fasting. Organizations are circulating petitions and holding briefings. Concerned citizens are blogging and using social media outlets as a means to galvanize grassroots efforts. We cannot urge you strongly enough to pray fervently for the Supreme Court Justices and their ruling on this case. Never has so much been at stake.

To leave you with a quote from Congressman J. Randy Forbes, Founder and Co-chair of the Congressional Prayer Caucus: “Freedom of conscience can include nothing less than the way a person lives all aspects of his or her life. As a nation, our laws must encourage and support, not penalize, citizens who seek to adhere to their moral convictions.”

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It’s Time to Say, “Enough!”

The First Amendment to the Constitution reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting 2013-10-21 07.02.57an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”  The phrase, “separation of church and state” never appears anywhere in the document. Yet, controversy and angst continue to swirl anytime a person of faith—especially someone from the Judeo-Christian heritage—prays within a public forum, uses the name of Jesus Christ or in many cases, even makes mention of God. The naysayers in the anti-faith movement vehemently take a cease and desist orientation, denouncing any such behavior with a trumped up fear that somehow engaging in the freedom of expression deliberately establishes a preferential religion.

Nothing could be further from the truth and it’s now time for American citizens across this country to stand up and say, “Enough!” “Enough with the false narrative!” “Enough with the distorted commentary and a misapplication of the historical record!” “Enough with your efforts to quash our constitutional rights and religious liberties!” “Enough with your liberal tolerance of almost every other group, but a discriminatory stance against all things Christian!” “Enough!”

It is astounding that a simple phrase, one that is not recorded in any of our Founding Documents, has been misconstrued and misused to convince an entire generation that God, Biblical values and prayer in the marketplace should be wholly separate from anything related to government, leadership, business or general public life. To form an effective rebuttal and counterargument, we must be informed and equipped with a more balanced perspective.

The origin of the controversy comes from a letter penned by then President, Thomas Jefferson, on January 1, 1802, to the Danbury Baptist Association. Though the letter is frequently used by opponents to justify their attempts to advance legislative restrictions, Jefferson’s own actions challenge this long held assumption. The letter was a means to alleviate a concern that the federal government might infringe upon their religious rights. In reality, Jefferson frequently attended church services in the U.S. Capitol, as did James Madison. In fact, executive branch buildings were often utilized in this manner and the Gospel was even preached in the chambers of the Supreme Court. With further irony in this regard, Jefferson closed his letter to the Danbury Baptists with a brief prayer. Any objective person would conclude that these acts and thousands just like them, do not sound like a government that was confused or in turmoil over the meaning of Jefferson’s comments.

The Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, adds that, “The ‘wall of separation’ exists to affirm natural rights, including those of faith and religious worship…it was not referenced to imprison the free exercise of religion. Rather, Jefferson sought to prevent the domination of particular denominations after experiencing persecution under the Church of England.”

The initial distortion of Jefferson’s phrase came as result of a Supreme Court ruling in 1947 (Everson v. Board of Education), whereby Justice Hugo Black used it to support his arguments. In Zorach v. Clauson (1952), the Court later held, “The First Amendment, however, does not say that in every and all respects, there shall be a separation of Church and State…We find no constitutional requirement which makes it necessary for government to be hostile to religion.”

Sep of church and stateThe true meaning and spirit of having a separation of church and state does not automatically imply the separation of God and government. Rather, it explicitly denotes an overt interference by government is unacceptable when it comes to dictating a person’s conscience in matters of faith. Jesus told His disciples that, “You will know the truth, and the truth will make you free” (John 8:32). Likewise, now armed with the truth, I cannot urge you strong enough to stand up wherever, whenever, however and with whomever you can, to set the record straight and respectfully challenge any and all distortions as you come across them.

If you want to understand what religious intolerance and a religious state really represents, you need look no further than a lonely stretch of beach on the shores of North Africa in Libya, where 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians were brutally beheaded by the Islamic terrorist group, ISIS, earlier this year.

When city council or school board members offer personal prayers or mention their Christian values, this is not a declaration that all those within earshot must now believe in a similar manner. When legislative sessions and ceremonies are opened with prayer or newly elected government leaders place their hands on a Bible to swear an oath of office, this is not the “establishment” of a particular religion. When military chaplains function in their duly assigned roles as spiritual leaders and draw from their own well of Christ-like compassion, this is not to the exclusion of all other religions. When high school valedictorians acknowledge their moral convictions or say, “God Bless you,” this is not turning their schools into faith-based institutions. What this is, is free speech!

Together, we can be a united voice and stand boldly and confidently in opposition to this nonsense. We say, “Enough!” How about you?

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Louisiana Community Takes a Bold Stand

Just last week, we posted a message titled, “It’s Time to Say, “Enough!” Now, we have yet another troubling example of the anti-faith voices in this Country attempting to force their value system into a local community where there was no public outcry seeking it in the first place. This particular instance involves the Louisiana ACLU office sounding off on what amounts to an often used false alarm—the broken record of tired and inaccurately applied arguments about the supposed “wall of separation” between church and state.

Walnut Hill Elementary/Middle School principal, Albert Hardison, recently came under Courage is contagious_flagdirect fire because he shared a Scripture and asked parents—in a letter and on the school’s website—to pray for God to give students strength, mental fortitude, patience and wisdom as they prepared for state mandated testing. Walnut Hill is part of the Caddo Parish School District in Keithville, Louisiana, and Hardison is a longtime and deeply respected educator and administrator. The community is taking a bold stand by organizing rallies to support Hardison.

The ACLU is up in arms after saying Hardison made religious references and accused him of, “engaging in a pattern of religious proselytization.” Executive Director of the Louisiana ACLU, Marjorie Esman, said, “No school employee may tell a student what religion to practice or even to practice religion at all.” Any reasonable discussion of this case would conclude that no one’s constitutional rights were violated. Furthermore, the school, through Hardison’s actions, did not in fact, “establish” a specific religion for Walnut Hill, nor were students compelled to adhere to only one faith practice. Neither was there a “requirement” regarding religious practice in any sense of the word.

The ACLU argument is hollow and parents are rallying in strong numbers to show their avid support for Hardison and religious liberty. We must not allow the ongoing misapplication of the historical narrative when it comes to matters such as this. A principal suggesting students and their families may find prayer helpful during a time of challenge is not turning a school into faith-based institution—no more so than the President of the United States, quoting a Scripture and calling for prayer at a time of national disaster, is suggesting the nation adhere to one and only one faith. What this is called, is the exercise of free speech! Denying that opportunity is the true violation of our guaranteed constitutional rights.

Be encouraged in both prayer and take action. We need to strengthen one another a let our ReligiousFreedomcollective voices be heard within the marketplace. If the only messages filling the vacuum in the national conversation are those that seek to restrict our religious liberties, intimidate the opposition into silence through public scorn and distort our heritage with a deceptive rhetoric, then we must be prepared to accept the consequences. Certainly, these actions all require time, effort and initiative, but unless we are ready to stand united with fellow citizens who also care about religious freedom, we may find the next attack crossing the threshold of our own community, school, church, business organization or neighborhood.

Will we rally to the cause? Will we lift this before God’s throne? Will we support Principal Hardison, contact the Caddo Parish School District or local newspapers? Will we spread the word through our own social media outlets? I write today because I already know the answers to these questions—they are a resounding, “YES!”

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Members Of Congress Stand For Religious Liberty Of Chaplains

Many of us are still perplexed by the news that the US Navy issued a military Chaplain a “detachment for cause” letter for simply performing his duty to counsel a servicemember that requested it.

We are proud to report that Members of Congress have written a strong letter to inquire as to 11MY04JKthe Navy’s enforcement of religious freedom protections for Chaplains and servicemembers like those integrated into the National Defense Authorization Act, and other policies.

Also, we are very encouraged by the overwhelming support that Chaplain Modder has received as several organizations circulated petitions, handing over names of over 100,000 Americans. Well done!

Our hope lies in the power of prayer, and standing together for the principles that support liberty. Now is the time!
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Forbes Leads Letter to Navy on Religious Protections for Military Chaplains

Washington, D.C. – Congressman J. Randy Forbes (VA-04), Founder and Co-Chairman of the Congressional Prayer Caucus, led over 30 Members of Congress in sending a letter to Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy, and Rear Admiral Margaret Kibben, Chief of Chaplains for the Navy, urging the Navy to reinforce policies currently in place that protect military chaplains’ freedom to practice their religion according to the tenets of their faith.

In the letter, Members expressed concern over the chilling effect cases like that of Chaplain Wesley Modder have on the ability of servicemembers and chaplains to freely exercise their faith. Chaplain Modder’s commanding officer requested that he be Detached for Cause based on an investigation report initiated by complaints about his religious views.

usmilitaryseals“As a reassurance to chaplains, sailors, and the public, we would like confirmation as to what steps the Navy is taking to reinforce the policies and protections in place for servicemembers and chaplains to freely exercise their religiously-informed beliefs,” Members wrote, “including the freedom of chaplains to adhere to the tenets of their faith as they perform and provide in all aspects of their ministry, including in counseling sessions.  We also request information as to how the Navy has been implementing the conscience protections passed by Congress and what training has been provided to chaplains, JAG officers, Equal Opportunity officers, and commanding officers.”

The letter also inquires into the specific case of Chaplain Wesley Modder, requesting an outline of the process and timeline of the investigations being conducted, to ensure they are conducted in accordance with the laws protecting a chaplain’s right to express and conduct him or herself according to religious beliefs.

The full text of the letter can be found, here.

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Tolerance: An Excuse to Attack Religious Liberty

No one wants to be accused of intolerance. The raging national debate this week has been focused like a laser beam on the recent passage of “Religious Freedom” legislation in the State of Indiana. Governor and former member of the Congressional Prayer Caucus, Mike Pence, has been blistered by a number of groups. Asa Hutchinson, Governor of Arkansas, faced strong opposition from the same crowd, and signed a modified RFRA into law yesterday.

The unrelenting criticism—including nearly every absurd hypothetical possibility that can ReligiousFreedombe imagined—is designed to challenge and intimidate anyone who has a differing opinion. Strong words and name calling attempt to silence and shutter all those who would dare show support for anything except the self-proclaimed agenda of “tolerance.” Former Congressman and CPCF Spokesperson, Lt. Colonel Allen West, commented, “When tolerance becomes a one-way street, it leads to cultural suicide.”

A family owned pizzeria in the small town of Walkerton, Indiana, has become the latest victim of unbelievable verbal abuse and dangerous threats, including one by a high school softball coach from a neighboring town who tweeted a comment about burning down the restaurant. Owner, Kevin O’Conner, and his daughter, Crystal, have been subject to vulgar and profane commentary. Why? Because they chose to take a stand for their religious beliefs. The question that needs to be asked here is who are the ones who are really modeling widespread intolerance?

It has been said before, too many anti-faith groups are better organized, better funded, better networked, more deeply committed, and more passionate about their cause than many conservatives. We cannot be mere spectators on the sidelines and permit this to take place. Too much is at stake. Let us resolve to stand boldly and confidently, not allowing others to continue defining our narrative, scripting our lines and taking sole command of the public debate in the marketplace. The alternative is a slow, but progressive decline down the slippery slope of apathy.

The Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) passed in Indiana, is similar to legislation now on the books in nearly half the country. In 1993, then President, Bill Clinton, signed a federal version of the Act into law after 97 affirming votes in the Senate and a unanimous voice vote in the House of Representatives.

Legislators on both sides of the aisle praised its passage and considered the law an important step in the right direction. After a Supreme Court ruling in 1997, declaring that the federal RFRA could not constitutionally be applied to the states, it became evident that each state would need to enact its own legislation to ensure citizens received the same protections. In responding to his critics on the original version of the RFRA, Gov. Pence stated, the bill, “is not about discrimination, this is about empowering people to confront government overreach.” For an excellent discourse on the debate, see a review by Ryan Anderson, a William E. Simon Fellow at the Heritage Foundation.

Feeding the HomelessWould Jesus reach out and love those who do not necessarily align themselves with Biblical principles or values? Of course! Would He talk with those who are spiritually lost and destitute, pray for them, and wash their feet? Yes, yes and yes! Would He show compassion and be willing to lay down His life, even for those who utterly despise and reject Him? Absolutely…and this is the beautiful message of the Easter story which Christians all over the world will celebrate on Sunday. Yet, would Christ likewise wholeheartedly endorse everyone’s choices and/or behaviors in how they live out their lives? Most definitely, not! Would He modify His standards or rewrite the Ten Commandments anytime there is a shift in culture? No! Would He change His definition and structure for the sacred institution of marriage which He Himself ordained? No!

You see, there is a way and a place to love, respect and serve people and still maintain one’s core religious values, wherein a person can choose to personally live according to the dictates of his or her conscience and beliefs.

Unfortunately, in today’s society, whenever someone advocates for what he or she believes to be a matter of moral or spiritual principle, others decry such a position as being motivated by hateful discrimination. Are there exceptions within all cultural groups? Certainly, but by in large, this kind of response is being completely distorted; and it’s time to speak up and set the record straight.

Beloved author and holocaust survivor, Corrie ten Boom, once said, “The first step on the Rosaryway to victory is to recognize the enemy.” The false narrative is that people of faith, especially Christians, are discriminatory, hateful and bigoted. Make no mistake; the “enemy” is not people or those who oppose us. The real issue we must fight against, is a one-sided view of tolerance that seeks to undermine and restrict any citizen’s right to choose and integrate their faith, values and beliefs.

America needs to be aroused from its slumber before it’s too late. Numbers 10:9 says, “When you go to war in your land against the adversary who attacks you, then you shall sound an alarm with the trumpets, that you may be remembered before the Lord your God, and be saved from your enemies.” It’s time to sound the alarm!

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Take Action: Stand for Religious Freedom

The news media would like you to believe that Indiana has made an outlandish move by passing a Religious Freedom Bill. The truth is Religious Freedom Laws, just like the one in Indiana, have passed in numerous states across the nation. Even the then-Senator Obama voted for a Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) in Illinois.

In 1993, President Clinton signed the federal RFRA into law after if passed with 97 votes in the Senate, and passed by unanimous voice vote in the House. This law was praised by legislators on both sides of the aisle, and considered a tremendous step in the right direction.

After a Supreme Court ruling in 1997 declared that the federal RFRA could not constitutionally be applied to the states, it became evident that the states would need to enact their own legislation to ensure their citizens received the same protections at the state level.

The original RFRA signed into law by Governor Pence is necessary and good policy; protecting the fundamental freedom of citizens from government coercion, and promoting tolerance around the state.

After pressure from a variety of sources, Governor Pence is being presented with a “fix” to Indiana’s RFRA law that would essentially negate its purpose. It would make religious freedom a second-tier right in the state; a decision that must be opposed. Read more here.

Take action for Indiana:

1. Contact Governor Mike Pence to tell him to stand strong, and encourage him to protect IndianaRFRAreligious liberty by vetoing SB 50. Call at (317) 232-4567 or email him.

2. Support his efforts through social media. Tweet “Stand strong @GovPenceIN @mike_pence – Veto SB50 #‎VetoFix #‎RFRA”

3. Like Governor Pence’s Facebook page and show your support by posting about your appreciation of his effort to protect liberty. Memes attached.*

Pence NO Fix4. Pray for Governor Pence to stand strong, and for religious liberty to prevail in the state of Indiana.

5. Please call Indiana Speaker of the House Brian Bosma. First, thank him for supporting the RFRA; however, also let him know that this law should not be changed. His phone number is 317-232-9677.

6.  Then call Senate President David Long to say “The RFRA does not need to be changed.” His phone number is 317-232-9416.

Also, I’d like to encourage you to Stand with Arkansas as they just passed a Religious Freedom Bill and it is on it’s way to the Governor.  Please call or tweet to the Governor to thank him for supporting religious freedom.

Take action for Arkansas:

1. Contact Governor Governor Asa Hutchinson to thank him for standing for religious liberty. (501) 682-2345

2. Like his Facebook page and show your support by posting about your appreciation of his Stand With Arkansaseffort to protect liberty. Memes attached.*

3. We also need your support for this on social media. Tweet “Thank you @AsaHutchinson for protecting religious liberty #‎RFRA.”

4. Please contact Speaker of the House: Jeremy Gillam to thank him for supporting the RFRA Twitter: (501) 682-6211 @JeremyGillamAR

5. Then contact Senate President: Jonathan Dismang to thank him for supporting the RFRA. (501) 682-2902 Twitter: @dismang

6. Pray for Governor Hutchinson, and for religious liberty to continue to prevail in the state of Arkansas.

Prayer and action – it’s what will make the difference. Thank you for doing your part!

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