Family Research Council Calls on Georgia Governor to Withdraw Demand for Pastor’s Sermons and Documents
Family Research Council (FRC) today expressed outrage after the State of Georgia issued a legal demand that Dr. Eric Walsh, a lay pastor, hand over his sermons, sermon notes, and all pastoral documentation including his Bible. FRC launched a petition today at FRC.org/Walsh that calls on Governor Deal to “correct this egregious overreach of the state into church affairs.”
The trailer for Voiceless will be streamed at the Republican National Convention “Life of the Party” event held at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland Tuesday, July 19th from 11am to 2pm. In addition, the film’s co-executive producer Jason Jones will be speaking at the event. All pro-lifers have been invited to come celebrate Life with keynote speaker Coach Lou Holtz, RNC for Life founder Phyllis Schlafly, and the Eagle Forum Education Center staff.
Donald Trump’s campaign announced its new evangelical advisory board Tuesday (June 21) as the presumptive presidential nominee met with nearly 1,000 conservative Christians.
On April 23, nationally coordinated protests will be held at over 200 Planned Parenthood centers throughout the United States, drawing voters’ attention to the ugly side of the nation’s largest abortion chain. These protests are being organized by the #ProtestPP coalition, formed in response to the undercover videos released last year showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the harvesting and selling of body parts from aborted children.
National Religious Broadcasters support Congressional leaders in their resolve to allow the American people to have a voice at the ballot box before anyone is considered to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court following last month’s passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, leaders said today in response to President Barack Obama’s nomination of Judge Merrick Garland.
Monday afternoon, while campaigning in Nevada, presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) announced he had asked his communications director to resign.
The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) Thursday sharply criticized federal judge David Bunning for jailing Kentucky clerk Kim Davis because she has refused to issue same-sex ‘marriage’ licenses in violation of her deeply-held religious beliefs. The group blamed the US Supreme Court for creating the conflict by redefining marriage and refusing to stay legal action against Davis pending her appeal.
Who was responsible for bombs exploding at two churches earlier this month? Authorities don’t know, but insist they will get to the bottom of the case.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal issued an executive order barring Westboro Baptist Church protesters from the Monday (July 27) funerals of Lafayette shooting victims.
The parents of a Pennsylvania state trooper slain by a sniper outside his barracks last fall declared their forgiveness on Sunday for the defendant, a survivalist awaiting trial on murder charges that carry a possible death sentence.
Thomas More Society attorneys have sent a letter to the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department challenging the censorship of Fayetteville 40 Days for Life participants’ pro-life signs. Participants in the peaceful prayer vigil outside the Fayetteville Planned Parenthood abortion facility along Highway 265 were told by a department employee that they could not display any signs during their vigil. The same department representative threatened each participant with a fine if they continued to hold the signs. The Thomas More Society contends that this demand is a blatant violation of these pro-life advocates’ First Amendment rights.
For nearly 75 years, drivers between the Somerset and Bedford exits on the Pennsylvania Turnpike could park their cars on the berm and walk up the steps to St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.