“Our clergy being free to preach and teach the full and complete counsel of the Word of God … is at the very heart of our liberty as a nation.”
The Gwinnett County School System issued a “Dear Colleague” letter Monday to the U.S. departments of Justice and Education…
“… I am very disappointed that a man who, not only once, but twice, won the trust of a majority of the voters in this state, so blatantly violated that trust by refusing to sign a law that will protect them …”
When Governor Nathan Deal vetoed the religious liberty bill, he didn’t do it because he cares about diversity or the LGBT community. He did it because he didn’t want his state’s brand new temple to be sitting empty on Super Bowl Sunday.
For years we have sought to engage our Georgia Baptist family in speaking up when matters that need the strong support of believers are being considered under the Gold Dome.
“… as a fellow professed believer in Christ I urge you to do the right thing and make certain that people of faith in Georgia are protected.”
“Please heed this warning: We will be made to care, if we don’t right now.”