Media Advisory


Prof. William Wagner

WFFC Distinguished Chair for Faith & Freedom

November 30, 2015

Media Advisory


For Immediate Release                                            Contact: Gina Johnsen (517) 775-1637

 Rally at Michigan Capitol to Promote Protection of Religious Liberty


Members of the legislature, including – Rep. Thomas Hooker (R-Byron Center), Sen. Patrick Colbeck (R-Canton), Rep. Lee Chatfield (R-Levering),

Members of the clergy, and

Salt & Light Global, a nonprofit educational organization that works to promote good governance and preserve Constitutionally-protected liberty


Rally to protect religious liberty and stop persecution of Christian people.


Front steps of the Michigan Capitol in Lansing.


Wednesday, December 2, at noon.


At the rally citizens will seek support for a legislative resolution calling on the governor, attorney general, and other government officials to uphold and protect fundamental rights of religious people. Recent judicial and other government actions threaten the freedoms of speech and religious conscience.


About the Author

Prof. William Wagner
WFFC Distinguished Chair for Faith & Freedom
Professor Wagner holds the WFFC Distinguished Chair for Faith & Freedom at Spring Arbor University. He has a special interest in building and preserving environments where Christians may share the Good News of Jesus, free from persecution and oppression.

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