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SECURING THE BLESSINGS
OF LIBERTY TO OURSELVES AND OUR POSTERITY

These words from the Preamble to the Constitution have lost their luster in our day, but thanks to the American Pulpit, endured for two-and-a-half centuries as the primary mission of healthy Government. Pastors led the way in giving birth to the godliest, most prosperous, most generous, most prolific missionary-sending Christian republic in human history. We are calling pastors everywhere to embrace their legacy and champion liberty for current and future generations of Americans.

GIVE ME LIBERTY

Register NOW for our upcoming 1-Day Pastors & Ministry Leaders’ SUMMIT – Thursday, August 29, 2024  @  9:00am

At the Patrick Henry College, Purcellville, Virginia

Featuring Keynotes:

  • Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears
  • Lt. Gen. William G. “Jerry” Boykin

With a film presentationLetter to the American Church

For more information, please don’t hesitate to CONTACT US!!

LIBERTY AND GROWTH

Our mission is to help ensure that all Americans continue to enjoy the God-given liberties set forth in the Declaration of Independence, United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, by equipping every pastor who joins us with training and resources needed to secure Liberty.

LEGACY AND HISTORY

From the time that English settlers began arriving on our shores in the early Seventeenth Century, the clergy have played a decisive role in securing and sustaining civil and religious liberty in America. From Rev. Robert Hunt in April 1607 at Cape Henry, VA, to Puritan leader John Winthrop, the first Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, to Rev. Johnathan Mayhew, Boston’s Congregationalist minister, who John Adams referred to as “Morning Gun of the Revolution,” whose 1750 sermon condemned unlimited submission to the arbitrary dictates of King Charles I, to Rev. Jonas Clark, Congregationalist minister of Lexington, MA, who helped Deacon John Parker train Lexington’s militia (the “Minutemen), and many more. The British designated the American clergy, primary instigators of “the Rebellion” (American Revolution) calling them the “Black (Robed) Regiment,” a derisive reference to their full-length pulpit robes, and rightfully so, for John Adams accurately observed that preaching had “effected a revolution in the hearts and minds of the people before the war commenced.”

Pastors today continue to bear responsibility, not only for the eternal welfare of their flocks, but also for their temporal welfare by leading resistance to arbitrary governance (Tyranny) and promoting God’s gift of Liberty.

COME TOGETHER

JOIN US in securing Liberty to our own and the next generation of Americans!