“Give thanks unto the LORD, call upon his name, make known his deeds among the people.” I Chronicles 16: 8
As our government often seems to be turning against America’s founding religious beliefs and principles, it is always good at Thanksgiving to remind ourselves of those basic foundations on which our great nation sits. We here at the National Center for Life and Liberty fight for these founding principles and values every day in courtrooms and legislatures, but parents and churches need to take every opportunity available to instill these values into the next generation.
Today, the United States Supreme Court heard oral argument for the case of Town of Greece v. Galloway. The NCLL is before the Supreme Court representing eight of the more than seventy counties that are fighting for the right to open their legislative sessions with prayer in Jesus’ name. Attorney Gibbs attended today’s oral argument and asks for you to pray that the nation’s highest court upholds this vital right. The Supreme Court’s decision will set the standard for legislative prayer for the entire nation.
The Common Core curriculum movement is an attempt to centralize and standardize what children will learn across the country. Common Core standards define what every child should learn from grade to grade, and include teacher evaluations designed to ensure school compliance.
Attorney David Gibbs III will be speaking at KNEO Radio's Fall Awakening on Thursday, October 24, 2013 at 7:00 PM in Joplin, MO.