The Foundation for Moral Law Names Kayla Moore as President and Attorney Joshua Pendergrass as Executive Director
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MONTGOMERY, AL — The Foundation for Moral Law (http://morallaw NULL.org/) is pleased to announce some important changes. Founder of the organization Judge Roy Moore will assume his new role as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court on January 14, 2013. The Board of Directors has named his wife Kayla Moore as President of the Foundation, and attorney Joshua Pendergrass has been hired as the new Executive Director and Chief Counsel.
Since 2003 the Foundation for Moral Law has worked to defend the United States Constitution and our unalienable right to acknowledge the sovereignty of God under the First Amendment. We have provided seminars to pastors, lawyers, and judges regarding the true meaning of the First Amendment and have filed legal arguments in state courts, federal district courts and nearly every federal appellate court in the Country to include the United States Supreme Court. The Foundation is unique in explaining the truth of the Bill of Rights as our founders intended. I know that the new leadership at the Foundation is ready to continue the mission we began years ago, and will continue the outstanding work we have just begun.
“I am very honored to be selected by the Board to lead the Foundation for Moral Law as its new President. My husband and Rich Hobson and the staff of the Foundation have built a wonderful legacy of pro-liberty, pro-life, and pro-family advocacy that we will carry forth in this age of increasing hostility to the truth, liberty under law, and the sanctity of life. We will press on, so help us God.”
Joshua Pendergrass, the Foundation’s new Executive Director and Chief Counsel, is an Alabama attorney and a pastor who has a wealth of experience in political consulting and management. His energetic leadership and creativity will be a valuable asset to the Foundation’s future success. Of his new position, Pendergrass stated:
The Foundation for Moral Law fills an important void in our society as it seeks to protect our religious freedoms, which are everyday eroding away. I am honored to have been chosen as the Executive Director and Chief Counsel for the Foundation. I look forward to seeing God work as we face the challenges and embrace the opportunities which lie ahead.
The Foundation for Moral Law, a national non-profit legal organization located in Montgomery, Alabama, was founded in 2003, is dedicated to restoring the knowledge of God in law and government, and handles legal cases regarding religious liberty and moral issues such as the sanctity of life and of marriage.