Free, downloadable resources empower valedictorians and salutatorians to express their faith in graduation speeches As graduation season nears, valedictorians and salutatorians in high schools, universities, and colleges all across our nation are preparing their speeches. Many of these bright leaders of tomorrow are young men and women
Texas is latest state to consider Pastor Protection law. Hears expert testimony from Senior Counsel Justin Butterfield of First Liberty Institute. As the nation anxiously awaits the Supreme Court’s decision later this summer in the marriage case Obergefell v. Hodges—which could redefine marriage and lead to the
18-page response letter sheds light on misinformation and inaccuracies in Captain John Fahs’s rush to judgment against a highly-decorated military hero Click here to watch Chaplain Wes Modder and his wife Beth share about their painful and discriminatory experience. On behalf of client U.S. Navy Chaplain Wes
House of worship seeks reimbursement from city for legal costs and plans to continue its summer glee camp outreach to local children and families First Presbyterian Church of Auburn, New York’s Glee Camp outreach has served local children and their families each summer for the past three years. Last
Plaintiff from landmark 1969 public school student speech case takes special interest in 21stcentury off-campus speech case Mary Beth Tinker (l) and her brother John Tinker (r) with their armbands they wore to peacefully protest the Vietnam War in 1969. One of the great ironies of modern
Nation’s ninth largest city tries to shut down Congregation Toras Chaim and prohibit Jewish families from worshipping in a private home Rabbi Yaakov Rich, leader of Congregation Toras Chaim, is hopeful his small congregation of approximately 20 families will not be shut down by the City of Dallas.