Today at In God We Trust
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House Subcommittee on Military Personnel Hearing About Religious Accommodations
The House Armed Services Committee, Subcommittee on Military Personnel, recently held a hearing on religious accommodations in the military at the Rayburn House Office Building.
In God We Trust’s friend and ally Ron Crews, Executive Director for the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, testified before a packed hearing room that Christians are still being unfairly treated in the military. “Ron pointed out several instances of censorship by the military, specifically toward Christians,” stated Archbishop Nedd. “The fact that a military chaplain can’t end a prayer as he or she sees fit in certain situations is a glaring example of what Ron was trying to convey to the members of the subcommittee.”
Archbishop Nedd Delivers Invocation at Chaplain Alliance Award Ceremony
The Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty recently held its first annual Torchbearer Awards Ceremony honoring the Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, Buck McKeon, and Congressman John Fleming for their continued support of religious liberty in America.
Archbishop Council Nedd was invited by Chaplain Alliance Executive Director Ron Crews to deliver the invocation at this historic event. “Ron asked me if I would deliver the invocation and I jumped at the opportunity,” states Nedd. “The Chaplain Alliance has been working in the trenches to fight against the atheists