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Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, education, and awareness program created by the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod in response to increasing governmental and societal incursions into religious life.... Show More

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September 16, 2020 27 min
A judge gave undercover journalist David Daleiden 14 days to raise $600,000 to appeal or have all his assets seized by Planned Parenthood. Peter Breen, Vice President and Senior Counsel of the Thomas More Society, explains what happened.
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August 19, 2020 27 min
Washington observer Tim Goeglein and moderator Kip Allen discuss what's at stake in this election for religious liberty.
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Momentous decisions are being made impacting religious liberty. Focus on the Family Vice President and Washington observer Tim Goeglein and moderator Kip Allen discuss the events today on Free To Be Faithful.
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Are we really free to be faithful when churches are told to close but casinos remain open? Moderator Kip Allen and Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty Executive Director the Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz discuss this issue on Free To Be Faithful. Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, awareness, and education program created by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in response to increasing governmental incursions into religious life.
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May 20, 2020 27 min
Undercover journalists who exposed Planned Parenthood's marketing of aborted baby body parts were charged with crimes and sued as well. Now, they're fighting back. Thomas More Society founder and president Thomas Brejcha explains the legal battle on Free To Be Faithful. 
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The Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz, Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty, discusses the loss of civil rights during the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on the church. Learn more about the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty at lcrlfreedom.org. Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, awareness, and education program created by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in response to increasing governmental incurs...
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The Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz, Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty, attended this month’s annual National Prayer Breakfast along with thousands of political and faith leaders from over 100 countries. Dr. Seltz discusses the event with moderator Kip Allen on this episode of Free To Be Faithful. Read Arthur Brooks’ remarks from the breakfast at washingtonpost.com. Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, awa...
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Washington observer Tim Goeglein joins moderator Kip Allen to discuss the many decisions and events impacting Christians and all people of faith in the year 2020 on this episode of Free To Be Faithful. Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, awareness, and education program created by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in response to increasing governmental incursions into religious life.
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December 18, 2019
Being free to be faithful doesn’t mean that there’s no cost. Peter Breen, Vice President and Senior Counsel of the Thomas More Society, talks about the price being paid by two undercover journalists who exposed Planned Parenthood’s marketing of aborted baby body parts on today’s Free To Be Faithful.
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The Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz. Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty, joins FTBF moderator Kip Allen to talk about gains, losses and challenges for religious liberty on this episode of Free To Be Faithful.
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October 16, 2019
Conservatives and people of faith gathered in Washington, D.C., earlier this month for the annual Values Voter Summit. Free To Be Faithful moderator Kip Allen speaks with Washington observer Tim Goeglein who attended the summit. Learn more about the Values Voter Summit and view archived videos at valuesvotersummit.org. Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, awareness, and education program created by The Lutheran Church—Misso...
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September 18, 2019
The name of the program is Free To Be Faithful, but freedom is never free. It comes with a price, as people of faith learn every day. LGBT groups are now saying that “Bring Your Bible to School Day” is homophobic hate. In this episode, host Kip Allen speak with Bruce Hausknecht, J.D., judicial analyst for Focus on the Family, about the cost of being faithful. Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, awareness, and education pro...
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The spread of Christianity helped pull the world out of the Dark Ages and fueled scientific inquiry, according to an article online. The Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz, Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty, and Moderator Kip Allen discuss this idea on Free To Be Faithful. Free to be Faithful is a religious liberty, awareness, and education program created by The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in response to increas...
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Do you vote with your dollars? How do you know if the places where you spend your money support your Christian beliefs? We vote first at the ballot box, and then second at each business we support. 2ndVote keeps rates for hundreds of companies so you can be an informed consumer of products and services. Robert Kuykendall, spokeseman for 2ndVote, joins moderator Kip Allen to talk about how we can spend wisely. Learn more about 2ndVo...
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A thousand pro-life supporters descended on Philadelphia after a state representative harassed teenage girls and older women praying in front of an abortion center. Guest Alison Centofante, Director of External Affairs with Live Action, talks about this response on Free To Be Faithful.
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The state of Illinois is attempting to pass legislation allowing abortion up until birth. Lutherans are fighting to preserve the sanctity of life. Pastor Roger Drinnon of Southern Illinois explains on today’s Free To Be Faithful.
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The Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz, Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty, examines the State of the Union address from a two-kingdoms perspective with Free To Be Faithful moderator Kip Allen. Learn more about the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty at lcrlfreedom.org.
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December 19, 2018
Rev. Robert Zagore, Executive Director of the LCMS Office of National Mission, talks about the 2019 LCMS Life Conference. Learn more about the Life Conference at calendar.lcms.org/event/2019-lcms-life-conference.
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Washington observer Tim Goeglein joins moderator Kip Allen to discuss the implications of the 2018 elections for the religious community.
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Gregory P. Seltz, PhD, Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty (LCRL), joins host Kip Allen to discuss issues concerning people of faith in current events, current culture, and the court system. Learn more about the LCRL at lcrlfreedom.org.
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