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The Resurgent Citizen: Georgia Religious Freedom Day

by Bill Blankschaen Read Profile arrow_right_alt

It’s no secret.  Religious freedom is under attack in America, and we are at a crossroads.

If we are to preserve our freedom to believe — and our freedom to act according to our beliefs —we must stand together and press forward, not fall back and quit.

And thanks to organizations like the Faith and Freedom Coalition of Georgia, lovers of freedom in Georgia can do just that.

On on Wednesday, February 10, 2016, organizations from around the state will gather for Georgia Religious Freedom Day at the State Capitol.

The day will begin with inspirational testimony from Christian entrepreneurs David and Jason Benham about the price they paid for standing up for their faith.

There will also be compelling testimonies from Villa Rica Pastor Kevin Williams, Alveda King, and former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran, whose story is featured in You Will Be Made to Care.

[The new book by Erick Erickson and me releases February 22, but is available with a Pre-Order Bonus Package right now.]

Later in the morning, attendees will travel across the street to the Capitol to speak with State House and Senate members.  After that, everyone will join a separate event, the Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham, at Liberty Plaza adjoining the Capitol, from 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.

You can learn more about this important event here, and if you are able position to attend, I encourage you to do so.

If you act now, use the code “WSB” to receive a discount off your registration.

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