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Your Ministry and Religious Liberty

  • Mon, Mar 23, 2015

Each day on "The Garlow Perspective," speaker Jim Garlow speaks out boldly, on what he describes as issues of righteousness: biblical values of religious freedom, pro-life, biblical marriage between a man and a woman, to name a few.  The Garlow Perspective tackles the cultural issues of the day in order to underscore biblical truth in a time where too often truth is exchanged for tolerance and a lack of courage.

As a Pastor, Jim is also advocating for churches and wanting to be sure that their ministry is being protected from current threats.  Many pastors fear the government will force ...

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An "Offensive" Valentine's Day Card

  • Mon, Feb 9, 2015

"Roses are red, violets are blue" . . . no problem for a child's Valentine's Day card-just don't include a Bible verse!

That's exactly what a first grader did when he gave Valentine's Day cards to classmates with a note mentioning God and John 3:16 in a little story about the history of St. Valentine's Day.  The principal ordered the cards removed.  His explanation to the parents was that they could be "offensive" to others.

On this Friday's edition of "The Garlow Perspective," Jim Garlow shares this story and how the Nazareth School District revised ...

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Religious Freedom Day

  • Mon, Jan 12, 2015

Last Friday on The Garlow Perspective, Jim Garlow became the subject of his own feature as part of an Alliance Defending Freedom case in California.  Seven California churches, of which Jim's is one, are being forced to pay for elective abortions in their employee health insurance plans.

The state's rule, Jim says, defies every fiber of his being:  "I feel that not only [that] the killing of babies in the womb is wrong foundationally, but as a father who had the privilege of adopting four children . . . was repulsive beyond words."

The Heritage Foundation featured more of Jim's ...

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