We’re visiting a historic black church in Texas that is facing backlash from city officials who are blocking the church from renovating their building.
First Liberty attorney Jeremy Dys joins us to unpack this case and explain how our First Amendment protects the right of this congregation to operate free from government interference.
Plus, you won’t want to miss our touching interview with church leadership Dr. Donald and Mrs. Wanda Wesson.
Today is North Texas Giving Day and our $100,000 Challenge Grant multiplies your impact through midnight tonight.
What would you do if you were asked to stop praying – in your own home? That’s what happened to Rabbi Levi Illulian when the City of Beverly Hills targeted him for having religious gatherings at his house.
City officials sent Rabbi Levi a letter of violation when neighbors complained about him hosting family and friends to pray and observe Shabbat. Officials further harassed him by staking out his home and taking pictures of his guests.
First Liberty attorney Ryan Gardner will unpack the details on this new case and explain how we’re defending Rabbi Levi’s right to live out his faith.
This year, we are honoring our client Kenny Vaughan with the Onderdonk Religious Liberty Award. This award is presented at the American Legion National Convention held in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Kenny continues to fight for Shields of Strength, his faith-based company that graciously provides replica dog tags with inspirational Bible verses to active-duty service members, veterans, first responders and their families.
The American Legion also honors First Liberty with the prestigious Distinguished Service Medal. This is the highest award bestowed by The Legion.
This week, we are live from Bremerton, Washington with former First Liberty client Coach Joe Kennedy as he gears up for his first game back on the football field.
In the lead up to tonight’s game, Joe will talk about what it’s like to coach again, what he’s anticipating in this game and why he’s so excited to be able to freely express his faith by taking a knee in prayer at the 50-yard line after the game.
Don’t miss this pre-game interview with Coach Kennedy!