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Moving Forward Under a Trump Presidency – How Will We Respond?

By Sarah Kramer posted on:
October 17, 2017

It’s official—Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. What an unexpected outcome.

Yesterday, the American people stood up and said “no” to an anti-life agenda and partial birth abortion, as well as the expanding role of federal government. They firmly expressed their discontent with the direction our nation is currently heading.

And while there are still many unknowns about what a Trump presidency will look like, we do know that we have an opportunity to move forward in our defense of religious liberty, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family in ways that we never expected 24 hours ago.




What matters now is how we choose to respond.



A Strong, Concerted Effort for Religious Liberty Is Needed Moving Forward

This election may be over, but the pursuit to ensure that all Americans can freely live out their faith is far from done. We have an incredible opportunity to build on the foundation on which America was established and that Alliance Defending Freedom has worked so hard to preserve.

But we cannot fight for religious liberty alone. We need the help and prayers of our generous ministry friends, who with their constant support make it possible to continue the work of keeping the doors open to the Gospel.

We hope that you will prayerfully consider joining us by making a financial gift today.

Sarah Kramer

Sarah Kramer

Digital Content Specialist

Sarah worked as an investigative reporter before joining the Alliance Defending Freedom team.

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