If freedom to pray in this nation is important to you, please read this. You don't have to join the telephone call...
Urgent Call to Prayer
Shirley Dobson and a panel of special guests as we pray for legislative
prayer in America. Asking for God's blessing on public meetings is a
cherished American tradition that began more than 225 years ago. And yet
on November 6, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear a pivotal case
regarding the long-standing constitutional right to have legislative
bodies open with a voluntary prayer. The outcome of this case could
substantially impact our freedom to pray in this nation.
WHAT'S AT STAKE:
The continuation of the public prayer tradition that began with our founding fathers.
The freedom of community volunteers to pray according to their faith in a public setting without censorship.
The preservation of freedom of speech in the face of one "offended" person's demands for censorship.
The foundational American principle of freedom of religion.
Defending Freedom and its allies are defending public prayer before the
U.S. Supreme Court on November 6. In support, the National Day of
Prayer Task Force is issuing a clarion call to prayer and asking you to
join with us on this National Prayer Call for the future of America. As
part of the prayer call, an attorney with Alliance Defending Freedom
will share more about what this case means for our nation and what we