Protecting Religious Liberty – Critical Vote Tuesday in Missouri

Next Tuesday, August 7th, Missouri citizens are set to vote on a state constitution amendment that could be a game-changer!

This amendment would change the Missouri state constitution to GUARANTEE citizens the right to pray and worship on public property. Students would be free to pray in public schools, government officials free to acknowledge their Christian faith without fear of reprisal.

This may seem redundant for those who rightly believe this is our right under the Constitution. However with anti-God groups bent on erasing God, prayer and Judeo-Christian influence from the public square, courageous legislators in Missouri recognized they needed to take legislative action. This will proactively protect Missourians from the bullying tactics of anti-faith groups who are misusing the judicial system to further their agenda.

Amendment 2 will appear on the August 7, 2012 primary election ballot as a legislatively-referred constitutional amendment. This new legislation was developed and sponsored by our Missouri Prayer Caucus Chairman, Rep. Mike McGhee. Having passed in the Missouri House and Senate, it is now on the ballot this Tuesday.

If you live in Missouri, please share this important information with your church, family, and friends. It is our civil responsibility; please do your part! Please pray that Missouri residents will make a strong statement to protect religious liberties!

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