After a five-year legal battle, city officials have finally recognized the right of a small Orthodox Jewish congregation to worship in a private, North Dallas home. Learn how this will help First Liberty win more victories for all Americans to live out their faith in the most sacred and protected space of all: their own living room.
Good Call: U.S. Dept. of Labor Proposes New Rule to Level the Playing Field for Religious Organizations
by Jorge Gomez • 4 min read Government officials aren’t always known for making “good calls…” But just in time for football season, we’d like to point out that federal officials recently made a great call to level the playing field for people of faith and religious organizations. Today, we’re […]
For years, a small Orthodox Jewish synagogue in Los Angeles county has endured multiple acts of violence. Just this month, vandals again attacked this Jewish community and defaced the synagogue’s front entrance with white paint. When will these hateful acts stop?
It looks like city officials in Magnolia, TX have an unquenchable thirst for more tax revenue. And to satisfy it, officials are targeting churches and other nonprofits, claiming they do not pay their “fair share” in taxes.
“Let’s agree to disagree.” Have you ever heard that phrase before? It’s very likely that you have, especially if you’ve ever had a conversation with someone from another political party or a different religion. As simple as it seems, however, the saying carries a deep meaning. It displays one of […]
Point of Connection: How A Small Town Ministry Is Transforming Lives Despite City Official’s Efforts To Shut It Down
I want to tell you the story of a small community in Joseph, Oregon. I’ve traveled to Joseph a few times. It’s a remote community in the northwest; a charming town filled with brick buildings, surrounded by snow-capped mountain peaks and lush green pastures. But for all its natural beauty, […]