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Sign Petition for Military Chaplains

If you are over 18, please sign the petition by clicking the link below to keep military chaplains’ freedom of prayer (and tell others)!  If you are under 18, please tell others about this! 

Sign Petition link:

https://www.aclj.org/Petition/Default.aspx?sc=3244&ac=1&Zip=98367

Add your name to the group of 19188 people who have already signed using the Internet!

Chaplains’ Freedom Campaign

Anyone concerned about freedom should be concerned when chaplains are being told how and how not to pray.  Today, the future of our military chaplains’ right to pray freely once again hangs in the balance.  Please join us in calling on the President to act, to put a stop to the censoring of our chaplains, to set free the conscience of every chaplain serving in our military, and allow unfettered ministry to our men and women in uniform.  Please read the form below carefully and declare your membership with the ACLJ by adding your name to our Petition to Protect Military Prayer.

Petition to Protect Military Prayer

The Honorable President George W. Bush

Military chaplains have served our nation faithfully for well over 200 years.  Many have suffered and some have even died in the line of duty.  Meanwhile, our men and women in uniform have benefited greatly by having the full and free ministry of chaplains available to them.  To censor the prayers of chaplains in their ministry to our servicemen and women is an outrage; yet this is an immediate possibility unless action is taken to protect our chaplains from such restrictions.  Unfortunately, there are strong forces at work in our country which would advocate such restrictions.We respectfully request that you, as Commander-in-Chief, direct the Secretary of Defense to issue new regulations to protect the constitutional right of military chaplains to pray according to their faith.

Please click here to print a copy.

Please click here to print a copy with spaces for multiple signatures.

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January 12, 2007 - Posted by | Politics

4 Comments »

  1. My brother retired from the U.S. Navy as a chaplain, Lt. Commander. He related to me on many occasions what a difference it made to the servicemen to have a chaplain to talk with when they needed encouragement and support. It wasn’t easy and many times was extremely stressful but he counted it an honor to serve his country but more importantly his Lord in this way. Who knows how many lives were changed and possibly saved as a result of his service? I was and am so proud of him!

    Comment by Joan Rush | March 27, 2010 | Reply

  2. thank you to your brother, we all as US citizens should be proud and honerd for his love of OUR country and OUR LORD AND SAVIOR, im very proud of him and many others like your brother, my pastor served as a chaplain in vietnam and told me many stories, and I was honered to here them, I know he as well as your brother changed and saved many lives from going to hell. I hope our futher chaplains will do the same and honor GOD and OUR FREE country, as well as OUR service men and women. we all need love and support in diffulcult times. thank you for sharing your story.

    Comment by nancy plummer | April 4, 2010 | Reply

  3. this is the most outrageous thing I have ever heard. We will never win any war or battle without our Lord being our leader. This is what America gets for electing a President who is in my opinion a very ungodly man. Time is close at hand that God will need to raise up some Daniels. Our Govt. cannot tell all of us Christians how to pray, when they have no idea of the power of the God we serve.
    I have a brother who served in Vietnam, and received a purple heart, and I believe it was the prayers of my mother that brought him home safely. I fear God is witholding his hand of protection on America because of our ungodly leaders, just look at what happened to Israel when they had evil kings. God have mercy on America.
    Please keep up the work you are doing in these last days.

    Comment by Mrs Carlton York | July 18, 2010 | Reply

  4. I don’t think that the military should have that much power over the churchs god should be frist in every thing.I pray some thing be done what has happen to our freedom the people should have the privilege as well as the right to live for our lord Jesus Christ.That is what our four father said befour thay went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ in heaven.!!!!!

    Comment by Cleveland Bailey | July 20, 2010 | Reply


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