Atheists and the radical Left are using the Coronavirus pandemic to attack prayer and push an anti-Christian agenda.
The ACLJ is battling these attempts to weaponize the COVID-19 crisis against faith.
We’ve been contacted by a number of public officials who have been harassed by an anti-Christian organization called the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) because they OFFERED PRAYER or other expressions of faith for the families they serve.
FFRF even sent a harassing letter to one governor for designating a Day of Prayer regarding the virus.
To attack prayer and leaders who are offering spiritual solace to those in need during this pandemic is nothing short of DESPICABLE.
We’re here to defend localities. We’ve been battling and defeating FFRF and other anti-Christian groups for years.
Prayer and expressions of faith are not only constitutional, they are crucial during this pandemic. Take action with us.
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