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.
The tax status of religious organizations is being threatened. Learn about it as Free to be Faithful moderator Kip Allen discusses it with attorneys from Alliance Defending Freedom and the Heritage Foundation.
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.
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.
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.
Washington observer Tim Goeglein joins moderator Kip Allen to discuss the implications of the 2018 elections for the religious community.
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.
Guest Tim Goeglein joins moderator Kip Allen to talk about the implications for religious liberty regarding the Supreme Court nomination hearing for Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Military chaplains have a special role in America’s armed forces. They have specific rules and regulations that they must follow. Yet one chaplain is facing a possible court martial because he followed the proper procedure. Jeremy Dys, Esq., Deputy General Counsel for First Liberty Institute, discusses the case of Army Chaplain Scott Squires with moderator Kip Allen on today’s Free To Be Faithful program. Read more about this case ... Read more
Religious liberty, sanctity of life and defense of marriage are the three main areas of concern for the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty in Washington, D.C. Much has changed in recent months and more will happen in the near future. Center Executive Director the Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz discusses these issue with moderator Kip Allen on today’s Free To Be Faithful.
Moderator Kip Allen and Tim Goeglein of Focus on the Family discuss the status of religious liberty in the United States. Judicial appointments, court cases, the impact of the sexual revolution and freedom of conscience are among the topics discussed.
It’s been a year since President Trump’s executive order protecting religious liberty. What has it actually done and what still needs doing? Free To Be Faithful moderator Kip Allen discusses this issue with Travis Weber, the director of the Family Research Council’s Center for Religious Liberty. Read his article on this issue at frc.org/executiveorder.
The Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty is established in Washington, D.C. to speak for people of faith to those who make our laws and set opinion. Its main concerns are issues relating to life, family and religious liberty. Although the Center faces many challenges, it also has many opportunities. Center Executive Director the Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz joins moderator Kip Allen about the Center’s role and progress on today’s episod... Read more
This month on Free to be Faithful, Stephanie Taub, Counsel with First Liberty Institute, joins host Kip Allen to discuss five victories for religious freedom since Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. Learn more about the work of First Liberty Institute at firstliberty.org, on Twitter @1stLiberty, and on Facebook.
Today’s guest the Rev. Dr. Gregory Seltz, Executive Director of the Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty in Washington, D.C., joins moderator Kip Allen to talk about how the Lutehran Church – Missouri Synod is fighting the trending attacks on religious liberty in our society and culture. Learn more about the LCRL at lcms.org/lutheran-center-for-religious-liberty.
Guest Washington, D.C.-based Tim Goeglein of Focus on the Family and moderator Kip Allen look at developments in Religious Freedom in the United States in the past year.
People of faith and our institutions have come under increasing attack in recent years from secular sources. The United States Military is one of the targets. Military people of faith have been punished for following the dictates of their consciences. Many examples of these punishments can be found. One organization taking up the cause of religious freedom in the military is First Liberty Institute. Guest Michael Berry, Deputy Gene... Read more
People of faith and our institutions have come under increasing attack in recent years from secular sources. Secular forces are often resorting now to litigation when they fail to achieve their legislative goals. These challenges have come largely from pro-abortion, atheist, and homosexual pressure groups. Many of these cases have been working their way up the judicial ladder, and some have come to the United States Supreme Court, ... Read more
Christians express their faith in many ways - including acts of mercy in times of tragedy, like the recent Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and other disasters. Today’s guests, Rev. Ross Johnson, director of LCMS Disaster Response, and Rev. Michael Meyer, manager of LCMS Disaster Response, talk about why Christians do these acts of mercy for all people, why it’s a deeply ingrained part of Christian theology, and how we can continue to h... Read more
Words have power. They can educate, inform, or entertain. They can be used to shape how we think of our world around us. But, like any power, words can be misused. They can be potent weapons in cultural warfare, shaping how people think and believe. Since the 1950s a publication called the Associated Press Stylebook has been used by nearly all media outlets in the country as a way to standardize word meaning, grammar, and style. Th... Read more