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The Truth About Indiana’s Religious Freedom Act

I’m sure many of you have been hearing reports in the news about Indiana’s new Religious Freedom law. We have been monitoring this situation closely, as the struggle to defend religious liberty in the Hoosier State has implications for all

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Stand with Gordon College

Dear Friend of the Family, My alma mater, Gordon College, has been in the news quite a bit this week. Ten days ago, Gordon’s president Michael Lindsay was one of 14 faith leaders who signed a letter to President Obama. The letter requested an exemption

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Judge tells RI school to take down prayer banner

According to U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Lagueux, a prayer banner hanging at Cranston West High School had to be removed immediately. According to the Justice’s decision, “The purpose of the prayer banner was clearly religious in nature,” and that

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Grateful for You

Friends, Tomorrow we will all gather with our families and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, a longtime American tradition that started informally with the Pilgrims in our very own Commonwealth of Massachusetts and became official when President Lincoln created the

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Veterans Affairs bans mention of God at funerals

According to our friends at the American Family Association, the Department of Veterans Affairs and its Director of the Houston National Cemetery, Arleen Ocasio, are engaging in religious viewpoint discrimination in violation of the First Amendment an the Religious Freedom

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School renames Easter eggs Spring Spheres

A sophomore at a private high school in Seattle, Washington, while participating in a community service project, encountered a third grade teacher who required that Easter eggs being handed out during class be referred to as “Spring Spheres.” “At the

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MA School district threatens to deny homeschooling

According to our friends at the Home School Legal Defense Association, a Massachusetts school district has threatened to deny homeschooling approval for families who do not submit to no-notice mid-year assessments. Chicopee Public Schools Assistant for Curriculum and Staff Development

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Rick Santorum talks about faith in public service in Newton

  Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania), while speaking at a Catholic Citizenship event, criticized former president and Massachusetts native John F. Kennedy for marginalizing religion in public life with a speech during the presidential election of 1960. That speech,

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