Pastors Engaging In Politics: Religious Liberty Isn’t A Political Issue, It’s Spiritual

A Group Of Pastors Who Recently Gathered In Washington, D.C. – And Made National News For Singing Hymns In The U.S. Capitol Rotunda – Are Part Of A Movement Of Christian Leaders Encouraging Others Rooted In The Religious Principles That Shaped America’s Founding To Use Their Influence To Impact The Political Landscape.

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Tennessee Religious Leaders Invited To “Awakening The Voice Of Truth” Event In Nashville

Our Hope Is That This One-Day Conference Will Be A Time Of Fellowship And Preparation As Our Distinguished Panel Of Speakers Helps Equip You To Serve Your Congregation More Effectively.

I, Along With Dr. Raleigh Washington (President, Awakening The Voice Of Truth), Brad Dacus (Founder, Pacific Justice Institute), And Others Will Share Our Expertise And Insight In The Areas Of Religious Liberty, Education, Culture, The Law, And Much More.

Our Goal Is To Help You Understand The Challenges Tennesseans Are Facing And Give Vital Tools To Successfully Confront Those Challenges With Confidence. These Highly Experienced Men And Women Will Share Their Insights And Assessments Of Current Events, And You’ll Also Have An Opportunity To Ask Questions And Dialogue With The Panel.

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Opinions Differ On Tennessee Constitutional Amendments On November Ballot

Tennesseans Will Have The Opportunity To Vote On Four State Constitutional Amendments In November Presented As “Yes” Or “No” Questions. While The Amendments Are Presented In A Solely Positive Fashion By The Powers That Be, Some Concerned Tennesseans Have Voiced Concerns. Following Is What Some Proponents And Critics Say About Each Of The Four Amendments.

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Tennesseans To Vote To Protect Religious Rights In Politics

This Fall, Voters In Tennessee Will Be Given An Opportunity To Remove Wording From The State Constitution That Bans Religious Leaders From Being Able To Serve In The State Legislature.

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