Christians In the Military




If the Pentagon and some in our military’s leadership continue on their present course scenes like the one below will not be allowed It may even become grounds for a court-martial  An all out assault is taking place against Christians in our military.


soldiers praying

I blogged several months ago about Navy Seals Chaplain Wes Modder a 19 year Navy veteran who was denied the opportunity to minister to the family and colleagues of a sailor who lost his life through a “no-contact” order. This followed Modder being relieved from his duties because a gay officer took offense to Modders stand on homosexuality. He was accused of discrimination and failing to show tolerance and respect among other things. The information the officer used against Modder took place in private counseling sessions with other Navy personnel, and did not even involve this officer. Modder has since been denied a request to be re-instated.

Now General Craig Olsen is being threatened with a court-martial for remarks he made at a National Day of Prayer event.You can read the details below. Please take a minute to read this request by Jay Sekulow at the American Center for Law and Justice and if you feel led sign the petition, it only takes a few minutes.

Christians in the military face a radical new threat.

A Christian General is being threatened with a court martial for simply thanking God. General Craig Olson spoke at a National Day of Prayer event thanking God and talking about the power of prayer.

Now an anti-Christian group has filed a complaint, demanding he face a court martial and be “aggressively and visibly brought to justice for his unforgivable crimes and transgressions.”


But this group – which calls Christians in the military “monsters who terrorize” – has consulted with the Pentagon on religion in the military.

The threat is real.

We’re taking direct action, sending the military a critical legal letter setting the record straight. The Constitution protects religious liberty in the military.

Yesterday we remembered those who sacrificed for our freedoms. Today we must defend the religious freedom of our brave servicemen and women. Join our letter.

Sign Our New Petition: Defend Christians in the Military.

Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel

Thank you!
Cliff Craig



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