Bigotry against Christians has been on the rise. Here’s how you can help fight it.
Across the world, the War on Christianity has been heating up for years, with Christians being persecuted—literally killed—for their beliefs in Christ.
Here in the United States—a nation that was founded on personal freedom and religious liberty—there has been a constant barrage of attacks on Christianity from the radical Left that has been going on for decades.
In the last decade, however, these attacks have grown more acute with the assistance of the government under Barack Obama.
Last year, more than 200 groups and organizations that “openly display bigotry” toward the Christian faith were identified by the American Family Association.
From using the government to force small business owners to provide services to those whose values they do not share to the most recent attack on HGTV’s Chip and Joanna Gaines, religious freedom is under assault.
Across the country, Christian florists, bakers, photographers, t-shirt printers, pizza restauranteurs and other Christian small-business owners have had gay activists come into their businesses and make demands for services the activists knew would put these Christians in conflict with their religious beliefs, then turn to various state and federal agencies to punish—even bankrupt—those Christians who refused to violate their faith.
These attacks on Christians are only getting worse. Now is the time to fight back.
Here’s how you can help fight anti-Christian bigotry:
Tell Congress to pass federal religious liberty legislation to protect Christian small businesses.
From your mobile device: Text ‘52886’ Or…
Use the form below to generate an email, tweet, and Facebook message to your senators and members of congress demanding they support legislation to protect Christian small businesses.