After a Summit of Pastors and Christian leaders last year, we formed
MINISTERS TAKING A STAND dedicated to calling our nation back to God. Many of those who attended the Summit and have answered the call are black ministers who are disgusted with the anti-Christian climate being fostered by
the federal government, the media and the self-appointed intellectual elite.
We are bringing Pastors and Christian leaders of all races together again on May 20 to continue growing the movement. After the Summit, we will join with the Family Research Council Watchmen on The Wall pastors' conference.
It will take thousands of MINISTERS TAKING A STAND to turn the tide. Your contribution today will help in this critical effort to reach, activate and organize them into an effective force!
On Tuesday April 28, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in four consolidated cases challenging same-sex 'marriage' bans in Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan have both officiated in same-sex ceremonies. We have demanded that they recuse themselves from deliberating and ruling on this case.
Title 28 U.S.C. Part I, Chapter 21, Section 455(a) requires a judge recuse him or herself whenever the judge's "impartiality might be reasonably questioned." This statute prohibits the mere appearance of impartiality, regardless of the judge's subjective state of mind. In addition, Section 455(b) requires a judge to recuse him or herself when there is personal bias toward a party.
Ginsburg and Kagan are refusing to do the honorable thing. If they sit on this case and rule in favor of same-sex 'marriage,' the decision will be illegitimate as a matter of law. Same-sex 'marriage' will always be morally illegitimate by the laws of nature and nature's God. No ruling supporting such a thing can stand because it will be a lie.
The mob mentality on this issue has even swept up some of America's largest corporations. We are undertaking an initiative to make sure that the 379 corporations supporting same-sex 'marriage' also recognize the First Amendment rights of Christians to refuse involvement in these activities. If they do not, we will demonstrate the economic strength of the Christian community.
Your generous contribution today will help organize ministers across America to defend our First Amendment rights. The time is now.
"One nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all." Those are the words in our Pledge of Allegiance. They represent a vision which every true American holds dear. They represent the cause for which many have shed their blood and sacrificed their lives.
I believe those words originated in the heart of God, but they resonate in the heart of every citizen who understands the privilege and the responsibility of being an American. We are more than a country or a continent. We are one of the greatest ideas the world has ever known - America! That idea is under attack, and we must not let it die.
May God continue to bless the United States of America and bring a Great Awakening to our nation.