Christians in the military face a radical new threat.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) is threatening Christians with courts martial.
General Craig Olson spoke at a National Day of Prayer event thanking God and talking about the power of prayer.
Now this radical anti-Christian group is demanding that he face a court martial and be “aggressively and visibly brought to justice for his unforgivable crimes and transgressions.”
Even worse, this group – which calls Christians in the military “monsters who terrorize” – has consulted with the Pentagon on religion in the military.
The threat is real.
We’re taking direct action sending the military critical legal letters to defend religious liberty in the military. Add your name today:
Petition to Defend Christians in the Military
To the Chief of Staff of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines:
The Constitution protects religious liberty in the military. No member of our Armed Forces should face a court martial for his or her faith.
Christians in the military face a grave new threat. Take action with us to defend Christians in the military with your tax-deductible gift.
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