Today at In God We Trust
From Bishop Nedd
The American Atheists have sunk to a new low in my personal estimation. They are threatening to sue Princeton over a 9-11 Memorial. Why? Because they are offended that the symbol of faith, the Christian cross, carved into a steel beam by rescue and recovery workers at Ground Zero, would be featured.
What message would that send? Should we, as a nation, ignore history if it doesn't suit our ideological agenda? Should we rewrite it to be politically expedient?
No. Our nation is better than that. We cannot give up the fight!
We must learn from our history, embrace our mistakes, defend our liberty, share our values with the next generation, and remain steadfast in our common faith — against any and all who seek to undermine America.
Rep. Jones Thanks In God We Trust for Petition Delivery
In God We Trust's National Chairman Bishop Council Nedd and Program Director Sean Ferri¬tor continue to fine-tune legislative strategy for the Military Freedom Bill, H.R. 343. Our nationwide grassroots petition to gather public support for the legislation, better known as the "Pray in Jesus' Name" bill, continues to resonate with the American public.
"Hard-working Americans across the entire nation are appalled that hands tied when it comes to matters of faith and service to our nation," said Ferritor.
In God We Trusts continues to work closely with Representative Walter Jones, the bill's sponsor, to earn public support and to gain co-sponsors in Congress.
In God We Trust received this personal note of appreciation from Rep. Jones, for the last round of petitions which the staff personally delivered to his office on Capitol Hill.
The petition drive is still under¬way in another nationwide mailing to supporters and online through our website.