“Faithful America: Love they neighbor. No exceptions.”
Faithful America is organizing the faithful to take on right-wing extremists and renew the role of the church and those of the Christian faith in building a more free and just society for all. Founded in 2004, the organization’s recent wins include an endorsement from the New York Times for their work challenging the nation’s top Catholic bishop, forcing the Kansas Speaker of the House – who asked his contacts to pray for the death of President Obama – to publicly apologize and put pressure on him not to seek another term in office, and convinced the public television network in Alabama not to air a documentary which retells American history though the lens of the religious right.
Faithful America has provided dozens of opportunities to exercise free speech through online petitions directed at government and church officials, industry, media and schools. To date they have collected over 600,000 signatures of folks joining in the to call to silence the hateful political agenda of the religious right.
For more information on their work and how you can get involved immediately by signing one of their petitions, see the Faithful America website or visit their active Facebook page.
I’m a man of faith, I believe god, I believe in Christ, I have never believed in the Jerry farewells Jim bakers and likes that teach preach these false doctrines that lead even the learned to hell these mass cults don’t do anything but rip us off teaching hate and bigotry.
Jerry Fallwells &Jim Bakkers teach from the Bible. It is faithful america that I would be concerned,with because they twist the truth; and the finished product is a lie.
I am intrigued by this website. I am eager to find a Bible Believing group that isn’t hoodwinked by Donald Trump or the un-biblical way some Evangelical’s worship him. Jerry Falwell & Jim Bakker are more concerned with lining their pockets than saving souls.
Karen, I couldn’t agree more! I am both saddened and disappointed in the collective Evangelical swan dive into Trump’s herd mentality that I can’t bring myself to identify as Evangelical any longer. I haven’t thrown the baby out with the bathwater though. I think there are Christians out there that look at the big picture, not just having a single issue focus.
34 “Do not think that I have come to bring peace on earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.
35 For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law;
36 and a man’s foes will be those of his own household.