Religious Liberty: Free to be Faithful®
A religious liberty education and awareness campaign from the LCMS
Read about a Lutheran layperson who is running for the U.S. House of Representatives, and this edition also highlights notable Supreme Court cases.
The Free to be Faithful® newsletter highlights important and relevant details on religious liberty issues that impact the rights of Christians to live faithfully.
Read about developments concerning the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
Hosted by LCMS Urban & Inner-City Mission, Rev. Dr. Greg Seltz presents on “Religious Freedom in Our PC Culture.”
Read about two recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings, Navy restrictions due to COVID-19, and how to engage in public discourse with faith and love.
“Free to be Faithful Newsletter” highlights important and relevant details on religious liberty issues that impact the rights of Christians to live faithfully.
“Free to be Faithful Newsletter” highlights progress of the Equality Act and the effects of similar sexual orientation and gender identity laws.
“Free to be Faithful Newsletter” reviews the 2019 March for Life and the LCMS Life Conference that focused on confessing God’s truth about the sanctity of human life.
“Free to be Faithful Newsletter” provides update on the U.S. Army dropping its investigation against Southern Baptist chaplain Jerry Scott Squires, who was charged with discrimination against a lesbian soldier who wanted to attend a marriage retreat.
LCMS' “Free to be Faithful Newsletter” provides an update on the case concerning ministers' housing allowances. Churches should note this discussion is taking place, as it could change the way pastors are paid.
Members of Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod congregations joined marches to stand for life and to remind the government of its role to protect life.
Read the latest about religious liberty issues affecting Christian service members in our nation’s military and how LCMS military chaplains, the Synod’s Ministry to the Armed Forces and some religious liberty advocates are making a difference.
Read about the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in Trinity Lutheran Church (LCMS) of Columbia, Mo. v. Comer and its implications for religious liberty.
Read the latest about Judge Ruth Neely, a member of Our Savior Lutheran Church — an LCMS congregation in Pinedale, Wyo. — whom state officials censured even though they chose not to remove her from her judiciary duties for her faith-based beliefs about marriage.