Religious Freedom: blog

Bring Your Bible To School Day Is Thursday!

Students across the United States will be exercising their faith, along with their First Amendment rights, this week as they participate in the sixth READ

Students Gather for See You at the Pole TOMORROW

Millions of students across our nation and the world will be gathering at their schools and universities for prayer, worship, and fellowship tomorrow. Wednesday, READ

Family Policy Organizations Urge Court Not To Redefine “Sex”

NC Family has joined twenty-three other state family policy organizations in submitting a friend-of-the-court brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of a READ

Are You Being Manipulated?

Big news recently on the social media front is action by Facebook and Twitter to ban accounts that were set up by the Chinese READ

Why North Carolinians Cannot Do Nothing

Religious liberty achieved a limited victory on Monday, when the U.S. Supreme Court threw out a decision by the Oregon Court of Appeals against READ

Washington State Renews Attack on Barronelle Stutzman

The Washington Supreme Court yesterday refused to reconsider it’s ruling against floral artist Barronelle Stutzman in spite of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Masterpiece Cakeshop READ

The National Day of Prayer is Today, May 2!

Today is the National Day of Prayer. Observed every year since 1952, the mission is to “mobilize unified public prayer in America.” While there READ

LGBT Activists Seek A Myriad Of Changes To NC Law

Several “LGBT rights” bills were introduced in the NC General Assembly this week, as LGBT activists are attempting to change state law on three READ

Conservative Named To Federal Court of Appeals Serving NC

The U.S. Senate has confirmed the nomination of Allison Jones Rushing to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, which covers North READ

Congratulations, Jack!

The legal nightmare appears to be over for a Colorado cake artist after the State of Colorado dismissed its case against him today. For READ

President Trump Proclaims January 16 “Religious Freedom Day”

President Donald Trump has issued a proclamation recognizing today, January 16, 2019 as “Religious Freedom Day” in America. Inspired by Virginia’s Statute for Religious READ

Rowan County Prayer Case Ends, But Major Legal Questions Remain

Rowan County, North Carolina has agreed to pay $285,000 after losing a five-year court battle over the legality of prayers offered by County Commissioners READ

Jack Phillips Can Continue His Fight Against Government Harassment

Religious liberty is in jeopardy in Colorado, but the judicial system has once again ruled in its favor. A federal district court has ruled READ

POV: In Defense of Millennials

Everywhere we go, people ask my college professor husband, “What’s up with young people these days?” They think he has a unique perspective on READ

Pastor Andrew Brunson Released From Custody In Turkey!

A North Carolina pastor turned missionary, imprisoned for two years in Turkey, is on his way home to the United States. Pastor Andrew Brunson, READ

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