The latest decision means that McRaney’s legal team can call witnesses…
“…churches just need to know what materials are fair to use.”
“This is reality and we want to help prepare churches.”
“… we determined that this was a “no brainer” and quickly signed up.”
“Having an in-house attorney has been so helpful to our pastors and churches across Georgia.”
There are several possible outcomes to the hearing.
“This is a clear and resounding victory for religious freedom.”
HHS provided an exemption to the mandate for churches and their auxiliaries but did not extend it to non-church-related, nonprofit organizations…
“It is particularly hard for me to understand why education related organizations would even consider adopting discriminatory policies that hinder broad community access to public school facilities and programs.”
The decision left many Georgia Baptist churches wondering how to respond to the legalization of same-sex marriage in the state and are questioning how the decision might affect the church.