NEW JUNE 23, 2010 CHAIRMAN'S REPORT NOW ONLINE- The June 23, 2010 Chairman's Report is now available online. This issue contains: a full report on the June mission trip to the Middle East organized by the Religious Freedom Coalition. Features include visits to the Ortiz family ministry in Ariel, Samaria and their bombed apartment; Visits to school and ministry supported in the "West Bank;" the ministries and summer camp supported in Jordan, and other important updates. Click here for PDF version
OBAMA'S "MODERATE" SUPREME PICK - As Dean of Harvard Law School, Elena Kagan demanded that Blue-Cross - Blue-Shield cover sex-change operations as an "equal right." She also agreed to the Lambda Transgender Task Force demand to force women to share bathrooms and locker-rooms with cross-dressing men. While promoting the homosexual agenda, "moderate" Kagan also supported a multi-million dollar donation from Saudi Arabia to promote Sharia law at Harvard. She apparently sees no contradiction in these positions, even though homosexuals are hung in Saudi Arabia under Sharia law. Kagan claims to be a Jew, but she is a secularist who just hates Christianity. Since both Sharia law and homosexuality are contrary to the Bible, she supports both. Kagan will be confirmed by the Senate and become the most radical Justice on the Supreme Court ever.
REAFFIRMING IN GOD WE TRUST - ''In God We Trust'' is the official motto of the United States. Congressman Randy Forbes (R-VA) introduced H.Con.Res.274, not only to reaffirm the national motto, but to call on America to trust God once again. The Democrat controlled House has referred the resolution to the Judiciary Committee, Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties. The resolution has 72 cosponsors, most of whom are in the Prayer Caucus. Please contact your congressman about H.Con.Res.274.
SUPREMES: CHRISTIAN GROUPS CAN'T DEMAND CHRISTIAN LEADERS - This week the Supreme Court by a 5-4 vote held that recognized student groups at universities do not have a right to choose members and leaders who adhere to their core beliefs. The Court stated that public universities can require student groups to accept any student as a member or leader regardless of that person's beliefs. Christian groups must accept atheist members and Jewish groups must accept Muslim members, according to the Court. Read more
MIDDLE EAST MISSION REPORT - The current Chairman's Report contains information on the Religious Freedom Coalition's June mission trip to the Middle East. Click here to read.