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If there’s any case that shows churches across the country should be preparing for threats to religious liberty, it’s a 2016 case that Alliance Defending Freedom filed in Iowa.

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The State of California began forcing churches to cover abortions in their health insurance plans in 2014. Even worse, many of these churches were not even informed about this change in coverage.

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January 22, 1973, marked a dark day in our country’s history. On that day nearly 50 years ago, the Supreme Court handed down its infamous Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion nationwide.

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At its core, the Johnson Amendment should deeply offend religious leaders.

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You probably know that the state tried to force pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise for abortions. But you may not know that some state officials want to force churches to pay for abortions.

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On January 10, a U.S. district court dismissed a lawsuit challenging the exemption churches receive from filing annual returns with the IRS.

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You don't know what you don't know. A pastor friend recently reminded me of this reality.

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Starting a new church is no easy task. You have paperwork to fill out and bylaws to draft.

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What exactly is freedom of speech and why is it important?

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“Clarity is reasonable.” That’s the tagline on ChurchClarity.com. And while it may seem reasonable and relatively harmless, there are reasons to be skeptical about its real objective.

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A good name is important. Without it, individuals, businesses, ministries, and churches face an uphill battle.

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Imagine if you had escaped government oppression in search of freedom and safety for your family in a new country

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A church or house of worship needs to maintain independence from government control in certain fundamental ways.

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No church should be forced to cover abortions, and certainly not a church like Cedar Park that dedicates its ministry to protecting and celebrating life

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January 16 is National Religious Freedom Day. For many Americans, this day carries more weight than in recent years – because of what churches have encountered this past year and the challenges ahead.

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Over the Labor Day weekend, the State of Nevada allowed streams of tourists to crowd the Las Vegas Strip. News reports observed that not everyone was practicing social distancing or wearing the state-mandated face coverings while visiting popular attractions. Yet, the State continues to cap church services at 50 people indefinitely—regardless of the church’s building size or its rigorous health and safety protocols.

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