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Christians Are Not ‘Extremists’ – Sign the Petition

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Under President Obama and Secretary of Defense Hagel, the military is increasingly hostile to Christians.

Mandatory briefings warn soldiers against joining evangelical groups.

The Pentagon consults with a known anti-Christian bigot.

Soldiers are told not to give money to conservative organizations.

Enough is enough. Sign the petition to stop this anti-Christian propaganda.

Recently, VOP was at a church taking SAVE SAEED pictures of church members. One member did not allow us to take his picture, because he is in the military. He is very concerned for Pastor Saeed and was disappointed he could not take part in the campaign! Pray for Christians in the military!

President Obama and Secretary of Defense Hagel,

It is unconstitutional to single out Christianity as “extreme” and warn our nation’s soldiers away from evangelical or conservative groups. Anti-Christian bigotry has no place in our Armed Forces. Defend religious liberty in the military.



  1. Thank you for posting this. I signed the petition, and I urge others to do the same. We can’t remain silent in the face of adversity, or persecution no matter what form it takes. I am praying also daily for our Brothers and Sisters abroad who face death daily for their testimony. God Bless this ministry.

  2. Heather says:

    I think Christians have lots of extreme beliefs.

    We believe, for example, that the God who reveals Himself through the Bible created the universe in 6 literal 24-hour days… including everything from gravity to thermodynamics, amoebas to zebras

    We believe the same Creator loves us individually so much that he was willing to submit Himself to an unjust and torturous death so that we wouldn’t be required to pay the rightful penalty for our sin.

    We believe that, though He died on that cross, He didn’t stay dead, and now, 2000 years later, we still expectantly await His promised return.

    We believe that He both raises up and brings low rulers as He sees fit.

    We believe that the same Creator who died on the cross will one day soon begin his 1000-year reign over the earth, and that we will be granted authority, too.

    We believe that He still does miracles every day.

    We believe that, despite our utter insignificance in the vastness of time and space, He cares for us enough to listen to our prayers- and even more incredibly, respond!

    We believe all sorts of wacky and wonderful things, because that’s what He told us. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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