After a 4-2 vote, The Thurston County Board of Supervisors decided to add our National Motto ‘In God We Trust’ in a prominent place in the county courthouse. Read more »
In June of this year, King City Council voted unanimously to place “In God We Trust” on the front of City Hall, and on police and fire vehicles. The council made the same decision on Aug. 1 to add the national motto to the exterior façade of King’s Police Department. Read more »
The police department in Eupora, Mississippi, showed off some “In God We Trust” bumper stickers affixed to police squad cars and now they’re taking some heat. Read more »
The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors agreed on a design for the national motto, In God We Trust, for its board room. Read more »
U.S. Senator James Lankford and Congressman Randy Forbes discuss the 60th Anniversary of ‘In God We Trust’ as our National Motto. Read more »
A police department in North Carolina has placed large “In God We Trust” decals on its patrol vehicles in response to recent violence against law enforcement officers.
Departments in Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, and Virginia have also decided to put the “In God We Trust” decal on their patrol vehicles. Read more »
By a vote of 19-3, the Stephenson County Board approved a resolution July 14 reaffirming “In God We Trust” as the official motto of the United States. Read more »
Lea Carawan joins Curtis Ellis to discuss our Judeo-Christian heritage and the fight for our religious liberties. She also discusses the 60th Anniversary of ‘In God We Trust’ as our National Motto and the celebration surrounding this anniversary.
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Lea Carawan, Executive Director of the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, and Pastor Greg Young, host of Chosen Generation, discuss the attack on religious freedom and what we can do about it. She also discusses the events surrounding the 60th Anniversary of the “In God We Trust” as our National Motto happening on July 30, 2016 and how you can get involved.
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