February, 2016
M&B Radio Show! WYLL AM 1160 to host Lawyers for Jesus
Tune in on Saturdays at 3:00 pm for Lawyers for Jesus Radio on AM 1160. Each week the attorneys from Mauck & Baker will cover a variety of topics relating to the Gospel in law and in the marketplace.

On Saturday, February 11th, we will feature Tom Strening of Courtside Ministries, a nationwide volunteer-based ministry that offers prayer for people as they enter the courts. We will hear some miraculous stories of God's work among the broken. 

Our inaugural show this past Saturday was with Peter Greer of Hope International where we discussed his award winning book, Mission Drift:  The Unspoken Crisis Facing Leaders, Charities, and Churches. Click on the button below to listen.
Black Church Sues Town Over Blocking Use of It's Own Building and Racist Conduct
Written by Noel W. Sterett
On January 26, Mauck & Baker filed a federal lawsuit on behalf King’s Tabernacle Church against the town of Johnston in Rhode Island. The suit comes after the town unreasonably denied the African-American congregation from using its own building in addition to racist conduct by a town official.
Google Yourself
Written by John W. Mauck
Proverbs 22:1 says, “A good reputation and respect are worth much more than silver and gold.” Your reputation as business, ministry, and individual is one of your most valuable assets; do not leave it unmonitored on the unpredictable waves of the internet. Google yourself.
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The Future of Religious Freedom? John Mauck's Interview on Significant Insights with Jerry Rose
Is religious freedom dying? What should we make of the recent advancements of the LGBT movement? Attorneys John Mauck of Mauck & Baker and Jocelyn Floyd of the Thomas More Society appeared on Significant Insights with Jerry Rose to give their assessments.

What is RLUIPA?
Did you know there is a Federal law that specifically protects churches from discrimination? M&B's Partner John Mauck played an integral part in the enactment of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Person Act which was passed in Congress in 2000. 
Paul on Trial
The Book of Acts as a Legal Brief
Join us on Fridays at noon as Attorney John Mauck, author of Paul on Trial, teaches on the Book of Acts and argues how it was actually  written to be a legal brief . Whether you agree or not, you will not only gain a fuller understanding of Acts, but also obtain rock-solid arguments for defending the faith, understanding its Jewish roots, and practical applications for your career.