During the month of May, the National Center for Life and Liberty continued to fight for the rights of churches and individuals who desire to exercise their religious liberties. As we all know, these liberties are under attack by those who desire to remove the name of Christ from all public places, including our courts and schools. This effort to eliminate the name of Christ is rooted in the desire to prevent moral absolutes from guiding our society. As it says in Scripture, “every man did that which was right in his own eyes.” At the NCLL, we believe that the truths of Scripture guide all of life, including public policy. The fight to keep the name of Christ from being eradicated out of the public square is an important one that has a trickle-down effect on all of society.
Whether defending those unlawfully sued because they took a stand for their beliefs or those who’ve lost their jobs for sharing their faith, the NCLL is honored to effectively advocate for Christians in the ongoing battle for religious liberties, enabling churches and individuals to share the Gospel unhindered in the public square.
Some of these efforts include:
As part of our ongoing efforts, we would greatly appreciate your prayers for the following:
We’re deeply thankful that the NCLL is able to advocate in these matters and equally grateful for the cases that the Lord has so graciously allowed us to successfully bring to an end, including assisting a senior-living community where residents were not permitted to display religious items for fear of offending atheists.