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Thank You, Veterans, for the Sacrifices You Have Made for Freedom

By Sarah Kramer posted on:
October 31, 2017

Here at Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) we are especially thankful for those of you who have faithfully and selflessly served our country in the armed forces: Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.

Without your defense of our country and the freedoms that make this country so great, ADF would not be able to do its legal advocacy work in defense of religious freedom, free expression, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family. 

 

 

 

As you defend our country, we want to make sure that your right to freely live out your faith in every aspect of your life is protected. We believe that those who have voluntarily put their lives on the line to protect our precious freedoms should not have those same freedoms taken away.

 

 

ADF works to educate, equip, and empower service members, chaplains, and their leadership to ensure religious freedom flourishes within the military. If your religious freedom is ever challenged in the course of your service, know that you can reach out to ADF.

 

From all of us here at Alliance Defending Freedom, we thank you for your service and sacrifice. Happy Veterans Day!

 


Sarah Kramer

Sarah Kramer

Digital Content Specialist

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


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