Posts tagged: Kelly Shackelford

SPOTLIGHT: The Equality Act, Valiant Valedictorians, and Religious Freedom

While attending the National Religious Broadcasters Convention near Dallas, Monte Larrick had the opportunity to speak with Kelly Shackelford, President and CEO of First Liberty Institute, the largest legal firm in the U.S. solely focused on protecting religious freedom for all Americans. Their conversation begins with a discussion of the dangers of the Equality Act, or as Newt Gingrich calls it “the LGBT Supremacy Act.” Mr. Shackelford explains how passage of this act would gut the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) by launching a far-reaching assault on religious freedom in all areas of society.… Continue Reading

SPOTLIGHT: Freedom Also Bears Responsibility

Written by David E. Smith

Are you missing the crack of the bat that is the hallmark of “America’s Pastime?” If so, we have a different sort of power lineup for you on this edition of Spotlight. We lead off with Kelly Shackelford, President, CEO, and Chief Counsel of First Liberty Institute. In remarks made prior to recent U.S. Supreme Court rulings, Mr. Shackelford lauds President Donald J. Trump and his administration for protecting and promoting religious freedoms and securing conservative appointments to key judicial seats.… Continue Reading

“Freedom Also Bears Responsibility” (Illinois Family Spotlight #205)

On this edition of spotlight, multiple interviews are featured to discuss a range of related issues. The first guest is Kelly Shackelford, the president of First Liberty Institute, he discusses the court situation in America with Monte. The next is John Stonestreet to discuss the precarious state of abortion in America, especially Roe v. Wade.

The second half of this spotlight features Dr. Del Tackett and David Shestokas. Dr. Tackett talks about responding to our cultural storm and David Shestokas brings wisdom from America’s founding documents, especially as we exit a shutdown and celebrate the nation this weekend.… Continue Reading