My fellow Americans, I will be sharing my story with you today, from the depths of my heart. Thank you for lending me your ears. At the tender age of 15, I met God. Through doing service work in Japan during a summer break, I caught a...
Across our nation a groundswell of alarm is rising among people of faith as judges increasingly disregard their First Amendment rights. Legal challenges to religious expression began with attacks on displays. A manger scene here, an...
Virtual Rally Organized by Right To Believe and the Capital Region Coalition for Religious Freedom Calls for Judicial Reform of the DC Courts and Implores the Superior Court of D.C. Dismiss Case on Religious Non-Profit
Judge Laura Cordero of the DC Court Grossly Mishandled Case Violating Numerous Constitutional Protected Rights; Judge Jennifer Anderson Being Called to Dismiss this Case WASHINGTON, July 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, an online rally was...
Grassroots Activists Demand an Investigation Into Possible Corruption in the Judicial Tenure Review Process WASHINGTON, May 21, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- There is growing concern in our nation about the unconstitutional overreach of the...
Nepal Defends Religious Freedom
Nepali citizens stands with the international community to defend their spiritual leader, Dr. Hyun Jin Preston Moon. They believe the U.S. Court system will set a bad precedent for all religious communities around the world.
Korea Honors Religious Freedom and America's 1st Amendment
Weekly gatherings in the heart of Seoul are rallying hundreds raising their voices representing the Republic of Korea in this fight for religious freedom. They have sent a strong message of warning, “The world is watching.”
Mongolia Joins the Fight for Religious Freedom alongside United States
Mongolia recently joins the fight for religious freedom. While small in number for now, they have loudly voiced out their experienced religious oppression and are expressing their outrage over the judicial overreach in the United States.
Right to believe speakers series
Right To Believe is hosting a series with faith leaders, educators, civil activists on the importance of religious freedom. Religious freedom is a fundamental human right, a critical keystone for any prosperous society, a right that must be protected.
Dennis Jamison writes articles teaching history and key points of American freedom for various online publications. Dennis founded “We the People” Writers’ Network, the Citizen Sentinels Network, and co-founded the Coalition for the Principled Republic allowing grassroots citizen-journalists and activists to promote and preserve the inviolable God-given freedoms woven into the founding documents.
Kevin McCarthy is the Former Director of the Interdenominational Conference of Clergy and Paster of the Washington Family Church. He is presently a Research Consultant for Global Peace Foundation and Virginia Commonwealth Representative for the Citizen Sentinels Network. Kevin specializes in architectural and real estate photography as well as design and development of marketing strategies.
Bishop Dr. Paul Murray is the senior pastor of The Lighthouse Church Millersville in Maryland and serves on the Executive Board of One Way Churches International. He is Co-chair of the Capital Area Coalition for Religious Freedom, and a member of the National Committee on Religious Liberty and the Steering Committee for the International Religious Freedom Roundtable.
Imam Talib M. Shareef is President and Imam of the historic Nation’s Mosque, Masjid Muhammad, in Washington, D.C. He is the vice-chair and national chaplain of the Muslim Veterans Association. He is Chair of the Interfaith Conference of Metropolitan Washington. He has received the Kingdom of Morocco’s highest Royal Medal for his outstanding interfaith leadership.
Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the National Defense College of the Philippines
Dr. Atienza served as the Senior Vice President of the Development Academy of the Philippines and Dean of the College of Science of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines where she served as a professor for 32 years. She is a Doctor Fellow of the Royal Institute of Educators and International Visiting Professorial Fellow of the Royal Institute of Singapore.
Dr. Samuel M. Salvador is the Chancellor of the Royal Institution of Singapore. He served as the Centenary President of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines 2003-2005 and also served as the University’s Vice President of Academic Affairs for 22 years.
Adv. Rajeev Saxena is an advocate and a member of the Delhi Bar Council. He is a scholar and a strong believer in Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, a Sanskrit phrase which means “the world is one family”. He is a well-known social activist and best known for his work to protect the rights of children and women in India. He was awarded with the prestigious ‘Jurist International Award’.
Dr. Manoj Kumar is also a scholar, development professional, blogger, writer, and specializes in social and human rights issues. Working in the social development field for the last 10 years with a strong association with various grassroots movements; such as gender rights, youth activism, and tribal and minority rights. He is associated with various international and national campaigns on human rights.
Former Chairperson of the UN Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery President of the World Council of Arya Samaj and Recipient of the Right Livelihood Award
Come join Swami Agnivesh who has championed social justice causes, in particular, fighting to end bonded slavery.
Chairman of the Interreligious Council of Nepal and Former Chairman World Hindu Federation Nepal
Come hear Guru Gautam who was involved with the Nepali Congress Party that fought to bring Democracy to Nepal.
Head Department of Microbiology & Parasitology – Agriculture & Forestry University and President Nominee of Rotary Club – Chitwan, Nepal
Dr. Basnet is a much-sought inspirational speaker on the Power of Positive Thinking who conducted 460 sessions both locally and internationally, touching tens of thousands of lives.