If you have been following the lawsuit in Florida involving the ACLU’s attempts to criminalize prayer in the Santa Rosa County schools—get ready for some shocking news!
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Jesus Back in Court
On March 11 the Liberty Counsel filed a petition asking the United States Supreme Court to review a New York school district’s censorship of a picture of Jesus that then-kindergartner Antonio Peck included on his poster showing ways to save the world.
Florida Court Closets Christians
Following Judge M. Casey Rodgers’ ruling late Friday evening, which denied the request for intervention by Christian Educators Association International (CEAI), Liberty Counsel will file a direct lawsuit against the Santa Rosa School District.
Onward Christian Law Students
Liberty Counsel has filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court supporting a law school student group of the Christian Legal Society (“CLS”).
Christmas Returns to Oregon
Ashland, OR – Principal Michelle Zundel of Bellview Elementary School in Ashland, Oregon, has reversed her prior decision banning Christmas trees and Santa Claus from her school.
Empire State Christmas Blues
In the Minoa School District, parents received a letter from their school with strict limits that essentially ban all things Christmas from the school’s program.
School Throws Out Santa
Principal Michelle Zundel of Bellview Elementary School in Ashland, Oregon, has banned Christmas trees and Santa Claus from her school.
ACLU Closets Christians
Testimony revealed how this order has literally driven Christians to hide in closets to pray in order to avoid contempt charges.
The ACLU v. The First Amendment
Representing the Christian Educators Association International (CEAI), Liberty Counsel returns to federal court at 1:00 p.m. today to combat the ACLU’s harassment of teachers, staff, and students at Pace High School and other schools in the Santa Rosa County School District.
How Communists Remodeled Christmas
The secularization of Christmas is nothing new. Christianity Today in 2002 reported that in the Vietnamese province of Dak Lak, children’s choirs were forbidden to sing “Silent Night.” From 1969 to 1997, Christmas was banned in Cuba