If Not Us, Then Who?

Religious freedom is one of the most sacred and cherished rights we have as citizens. The threads of faith and freedom are woven deeply into the fabric of our nation’s founding and endure through modern culture, and this unique nexus needs to be protected at all costs. January 16th is National Religious Freedom Day. This is a commemorative day, but it speaks to the importance of protecting First Amendment rights now, in order to hand the torch of freedom to future generations. This priceless "first freedom" literally cost many Americans their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor. For more than 30 years, U.S. Presidents from both sides of the aisle have made a Religious Freedom Day proclamation. Many members of Congress, governors, and state lawmakers, including many from this network, promote the day through press conferences, proclamation signings, passing resolutions, and giving speeches in their respective chambers.

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Keep Faith in America

Are you OK with being told you can't talk about God? There’s no need to be quiet any longer. “In God We Trust” is more than just our national motto – it’s our country’s foundation and part of our identity as Americans. In a culture with growing opposition against faith, like-minded citizens are uniting together under one banner and with a strong voice! Join the nationwide effort to proudly display “In God We Trust” on windows, in government buildings, courtrooms, schools, and businesses all across America.

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Religious Liberty and the Current Healthcare System

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Religious Liberty in the Marketplace

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Freedom of Religious Expression in Public Schools

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In God We Trust

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Religious Freedom Restoration Act

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