Amidst the coronavirus outbreak, we have an opportunity to become a country that’s stronger, more unified and committed to its roots in faith and service. Times of crisis remind us why we must fight for religious liberty, so that state and church can work together to bring hope and relief to our neighbors and our local communities.
Opponents of religious liberty are becoming more brazen in their attacks, and they’re not limiting themselves to public K-12 schools, or to faith-based schools. More frequently, we’re seeing activists fixated in trying to shut down religious expression and viewpoints in the educational institutions where open and diverse debate should be encouraged.
This year, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a number of critical cases that will directly affect your constitutional freedoms. In this edition, we’re breaking down three important findings from a recent survey that asked Americans what they think of the nation’s highest court. Then, you can take First Liberty’s survey to tell us YOUR thoughts.
Adding to a long list of critical achievements for religious freedom, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) recently offered a special and unique religious liberty training for federal attorneys. Learn how the DOJ continues to take positive action and giving hope to many people of faith (including a number of First Liberty clients) who are currently fighting to reclaim their rights.
I was a pastor in Cuba who suffered religious persecution before coming to the United States, where I now shepherd a church in Washington, D.C. Through my testimony, I want to warn Americans about the threat of socialism poses to religious freedom, and why we must keep fighting for the liberty to freely live out our faith.
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Christian Adoption Agency Case With 3 Major Implications for Religious Freedom
Across the country, religious institutions continue to fight in court and are being put in the untenable position of choosing between their deeply-held beliefs…or being shut down altogether. A recent U.S. Supreme Court case could help deliver a major victory so that faith-based agencies don’t have to violate their beliefs in order to care for the most vulnerable among us.