February 2015

The year 2015 is underway, and the challenges of our day continue to heat up. The courtrooms, the church houses, and the new Congress are active, and the National Center for Life and Liberty is being called upon to stand up for your rights and freedoms across the nation. Your prayers for the NCLL and your generosity to our efforts are deeply appreciated.

Your donations make it possible for the NCLL to defend, support, and serve some of the finest churches, ministries, and people in the world as they diligently reach out to the lost who so desperately need to hear about salvation through Jesus Christ. We’ve often said that if our office walls could talk, we’d hear some incredible stories of hope and freedom as God uses the NCLL to help keep churches strong, families protected, and His Word proclaimed.

Read more: February 2015

January 2015

Please pray and see what God would lead you to do as 2015 is going to be busier than ever for us here at the National Center for Life and Liberty. Our phones are exploding with legal emergencies from across the nation!

2014 saw thousands of legal matters and cases handled by the NCLL legal team, and our attorneys trained hundreds of pastors and ministry leaders in legal seminars across the country. In 2015, we are prepared to help Congress better protect your rights and reduce the out-of-control spending and growth of federal government.

Read more: January 2015

December 2014

Are we winning the War on Christmas? My concern, as the president and chief counsel of the National Center for Life and Liberty, is that while we may now be winning the War on Christmas, we may be in danger of losing an even larger war—the War on Christians.

Christians are winning the War on Christmas by speaking up in the marketplace, but we must also now defend ourselves in a new War on Christians that’s happening all across America. We must do this by speaking up, by participating in government at all levels—national, state, and local—and by protecting our religious liberty rights both legislatively and legally.

Read more: December 2014