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Defending Our Faith in a Secular Culture with David Gibbs

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Attorney David Gibbs, Jr. joins Ray to talk about the simple prayer he prayed with his wife in 1969 acknowledging his willingness for God to use him to defend believers who were under legal attack for their faith. In the 50 years since, God has used David and his team at Christian Legal Association to help hundreds of thousands of believers around the world stand up for their faith in a culture that is becoming increasingly hostile towards Christianity.
 
Bio:
Attorney David Gibbs, Jr. is the Founder and President of the Christian Law Association and Founder of Gibbs & Associates Law Firm. Gibbs & Associates represents over 10,000 ministries nationwide. David Gibbs, Jr. has over 40 years of experience representing clients and has appealed and argued before 15 different State Supreme Courts in defense of religious liberty.
 
Since 1969, Christian Law Association has provided free legal counsel to Bible-believing churches and Christians who are experiencing legal obstacles in practicing their religious faith because of governmental regulation.
 
CLA has been involved in cases where Christians were arrested for witnessing to others in public, public school students being told they do not have the right to read their Bibles at school, churches being excluded from communities, Christians being fired for sharing their faith at work, and thousands of other assaults on religious freedom. CLA provides free legal services based in part on the generosity of God’s people.
 
Quotes:
“Prayer moves the arm of the Almighty.”
 
“You’re not a success if you destroy your family.”
 
“A leader is in trouble when you want to be the pinnacle of admiration.”
 
Key Takeaways:
1. God profoundly uses those who surrender.
2. There’s a tendency in every one of us to play it safe.
3. The fate of the nation rests with God’s people.
4. These are Biblical issues, not political issues.
5. If you desire to be used of God, get prepared – spiritually and professionally.
 
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