Merry Christmas from the NCLL!

Dear Friends of NCLL,

On behalf of Carin and me, our attorneys, and our staff—Merry Christmas! We hope that you have had a wonderful 2013 and are enjoying time with your friends and families during this special time of year. During the Christmas season, people often contact us to ask if they can include the word “Christmas” in their workplace decor, in their classrooms, or in their conversations with others. As we answer these questions at the NCLL, we are reminded of how blessed we are to be able to help others understand their legal rights to share the most wonderful news that the world has ever known—the birth of our Savior.

 

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Would You Consider Making a Tax Deductible Donation As 2013 Closes?

As we rapidly approach the end of 2013, would you consider making a tax deductible, end-of-the year gift to the National Center for Life and Liberty? In 2013, the NCLL was contacted by hundreds of people, churches, and schools seeking legal counsel pertaining to a variety of legal matters like end of life matters, free speech issues, church matters, and other important legal issues. Here are just a few of the highlights of the ways that the NCLL attorneys were able to serve others with in 2013:

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FREE eBook Download—NCLL Attorneys Answer Your Questions About Your Legal Right to Share Christ at Christmas

Click HERE to download your FREE eBook that will answer your questions about your legal right to share Christ this Christmas! 

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Is Jesus Still Legal at Christmas in America?

Available in eBook ($4.99) and paperback ($9.99) formats. Click here to order your copy from NCLL today! 

Christmastime in America. The image evokes the warm glow of candle-lit windows, snow-laden trees, stockings and candy canes, twinkling lights, and soft angelic music. But if Christmas is truly “the most wonderful time of the year,” then why does a manger scene at city hall stir up such tremendous conflict? And why does a third grader's wish to give out red and green pencils with a Christian message create such a firestorm between parents and public school administrators?
The reason is simple: Jesus Christ, the most controversial person in history.

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