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The NCLL Needs Your Help!

The National Center for Life and Liberty is exploding across the nation, and your prayers, friendship, and support make this ministry work possible. 

In the last few days, NCLL representatives spoke with the leaders of Congress, helped county officials who were sued by the ACLU for praying, saved the buildings of one church in court, served dozens of ministries with legal matters, conducted leadership seminars for pastors and church leaders, hosted a regional homeschool conference, and helped save lives and serve families in life-and-death situations. 

Additionally, we are preaching in churches across America and watching souls come to Christ.  Our radio broadcast, Law Talk Live, is speaking to national audiences each Saturday as we encourage people to know and exercise their rights.  I am excited to serve as the president and general counsel for the NCLL, and I look forward to doing even more for the honor and glory of God in this rapidly expanding ministry outreach.

Here is our problem!  The ministry is growing faster than the finances to support the work.  My wife, Carin, and I have taken this faith step, and we would be extremely grateful for your prayers and financial support.  We are asking the Holy Spirit to touch the hearts of God’s people to support the ministry of the NCLL.

Additionally, if you would encourage your church to also support the NCLL, it would help us continue to serve in the courts, legislatures, media, and pulpits of our nation. The NCLL is a distinct ministry from CLA and receives no funding from them for our work. We are asking you to help us shoulder this huge burden of raising all our own support for this ministry as our team of legal staff works to serve you and our nation. We need your generous support at this time!

On behalf of those we have the privilege of serving, 

David Gibbs III
President and General Counsel

Admitted in Florida, North Dakota, Minnesota, Colorado, Texas, Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan, the District of Columbia, many federal courts, and the United States Supreme Court.