Shocking New Attack on Religious Freedom: City Wants Christian Women’s Shelter to Allow Biological Men to Sleep Next to Battered Women

Craig HueyCurrent Events, Homosexuality & Transgenderism, Religious Liberty3 Comments

The Downtown Soup Kitchen Hope Center in Anchorage, Alaska is a Christian faith-based ministry to the homeless and working poor of Anchorage. The staff provide the following services: Daily meals Laundry and clothing facilities Bakery and Culinary job training program Women’s shower facilities Women’s overnight shelter   The first 3 services are available to both men and women. The last … Read More

Free at Last! Pastor Andrew Brunson Released after 2 Years of False Imprisonment in Turkey – Politicians and Media Mock, Scorn and Attack: 7 Things You Should Know [Videos]

Craig HueyChristian Persecution, Current Events, Faith, First Amendment, Government, Politics, Religious Liberty, Spiritual Struggle1 Comment

Praise God! A great victory for justice and religious freedom has occurred…   It was a traumatic experience … many months of solitary confinement followed by many more months of being in an overcrowded cell with 20 other inmates.   Pastor Brunson faced a possible 35-year prison sentence. He endured the mental and emotional anguish of being separated from his … Read More

China’s Massive and Historic Persecution of Christians: Media Ignores Attacks While Pastors Risk Everything [Video]

Craig HueyChristian Persecution, Current Events, Media, Religious Liberties & The Persecuted Church, Religious LibertyLeave a Comment

They are risking arrest, imprisonment, torture and execution at the hands of the communist government of China… A group of 344 Chinese pastors – with the number growing daily – have signed a public joint statement titled “A Declaration of the Christian Faith.” Meanwhile, government departments in charge of religion continue to clamp down on Christianity and other faiths as … Read More

Christian Baker: Unfair Persecution Again … Thanks to Little-Known “Commission:” 5 Disturbing Facts

Craig HueyReligious Liberty1 Comment

A new form of reverse discrimination by government agencies against Christians is increasing across America … thanks to the weaponization of state civil rights commissions by the LGBTQ community and other anti-Christian groups. One example: Six years ago, a gay couple filed a discrimination complaint with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission against Jack Phillips because he refused to create a … Read More

Doing the Right Thing: U.S. Exerting Pressure on NATO Ally to Drop False Charges and Release Christian Pastor from Prison

Craig HueyReligious Liberties & The Persecuted Church, Religious Liberty2 Comments

There are Christians unjustly held in prisons all over the world. They’re in prison because of their faith in Jesus Christ – nothing more… They are suffering for Christ … losing hope … and facing death by execution every day. One example: North Carolina missionary Andrew Brunson – pastor of Izmir Resurrection Church in Turkey. Brunson has voluntarily given the … Read More

U.S. Puts the World on Notice: International Leaders Shocked by U.S. Action on Religious Freedom [Video]

Craig HueyReligious Liberty6 Comments

Worldwide, persecution of religious minorities is on the rise… But worldwide, governments were shocked by a new stand taken by the U.S. government. Let me explain… For the first time ever in U.S. history, the U.S. has both a Secretary of State … Mike Pompeo … and an Ambassador-at-Large for Religious Freedom … former Kansas Governor Sam Brownback … who … Read More

3 Amazing Declarations in President Trump’s Proclamation of “Religious Freedom Day”

Craig HueyChurch, Culture, Donald Trump, Religious LibertyLeave a Comment

“Faith is embedded in the history, spirit, and soul of our Nation.” This is the opening line of President Trump’s proclamation of January 16, 2018 as Religious Freedom Day. Religious Freedom Day commemorates – among other things – the passing of the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom on January 16, 1786. The statute was written by Thomas Jefferson. Sadly, this … Read More