Foundation files amicus brief in “Town of Greece v. Gallaoway” in support of legislative prayer
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On Friday, August 2, 2013 the Foundation for Moral law filed an amicus brief in the U. S. Supreme Court case “Town of Greece v. Galloway” in support of legislative prayer. Also on the same day our Attorney general along with several other states also joined in with another amicus brief in support: http://blog.al.com/wire/2013/08/attorney_general_luther_strang_3.html. We thank them!
The Foundation noted in their brief that the practice of opening it’s sessions in prayer predates the Constitution and the same Congress that adopted the First Amendment also instituted congressional chaplains.
Foundation President Kayla Moore said, “the lawsuit by American’s United for Separation of Church and State is nothing more than a well-financed campaign to strip away America’s godly heritage and reconstitute the United States as a secular nation. With God’s help, we here at the Foundation will do all we can to stop that from happening. We believe the Court will uphold this practice and that communities all across this nation will know that prayer in town meetings is constitutional”.
Thanks to our dedicated supporters like you, the Foundation has been able to make a significant impact all across America in the fight to protect our right to publicly acknowledge God. Just this week our Public Service Commissioner President, Twinkle Andress Cavanaugh was targeted by the ACLU for opening her sessions with invited clergy to pray. We will be defending her should anything further develop.
We have been making great strides in moving the Foundation forward. I am grateful for you and your support of FML. As you may know, I am no stranger to standing up for our right to publicly acknowledge God. As the wife of Roy Moore, I was front and center during the Judges battles with the ACLU and all those who seek to hide America’s history as a Christian nation. It was 10 years ago the Chief was removed from office for the acknowledgement of God.
As President of the Foundation, we will be focused everyday on advocating for the truth that the laws of man do not give us our rights, they simply protect our rights which are given to us by God. I hope I can count on your steadfast support. God is using the ministry of the Foundation for Moral Law to accomplish some pretty remarkable things. Please continue to pray for us here, this state and this nation.
Grace and peacre be with you all!