FIGHTING FOR OUR FAITH: Christian Religious Rights Support and the Next President

Written by Kevin Fobbs on April 16, 2015

Romans 1:25: “These people have exchanged God’s truth for a lie. So they have become ungodly and serve what is created rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen!”

When the new president takes the oath of office and ends his oat with the words:”So help me God” will that new leader mean it or will it simply be a phrase uttered to appease the moment? President Obama in less than two terms has nearly obliterated the religious practices and beliefs that American Christians have celebrated since before the creation of the nation.

So what does that mean for the average American who falls to his or her knees along with their children every night to pray? Do the religious protections which have been at the very core of the nation’s conscience simply disappear after being under assault by the man who is more seemingly aligned with Islam than Christianity?

Do religious rights matter to you or to your spouse or child if the president orders his various executive staff and administrations departments to remove, eradicate and destroy all semblances of Christian faith? It should not only matter but it should motivate each and every American at their core.

Obama has not been secretive about it either. He has counted on the very fact that with the help and partnership of the mainstream media and Hollywood, he could openly assault Christianity. There are a myriad of examples, and here are some.

Within months of taking up residence at the White House he declined to host the National Day of Prayer services at the White House and ordered the a monogram symbolizing Jesus’ name be covered when he is making his speech, in April of 2009, according to the Religious authoritative site Wall Builders.

That same year Obama threw down his pro-abortion gauntlet by nominating three pro-abortion ambassadors to the Vatican and all three were rejected by the Vatican. But this assault on Christian faith does not end there, especially for the military.

Two years ago the U.S. Army directed troops to paint over small Scripture verse references that had been forged into weapon scopes for several decades. And for some unbelievable reason administration officials that briefed soldiers placed, “Evangelical Christianity” and “Catholicism” in a list that also included Al-Qaeda, Muslim Brotherhood, and Hamas as examples of “religious extremism,” reported Wall Builders.

The rights of Christians have been apparently sacrificed upon the alter of Obama socialist mentor Saul Alinsky, where even ministers have been attacked for their sermons as was the case in Houston, Texas in 2014. What is crystal clear to any Christian that has seen their child being deprived of their Bible to read after school or in study hall is when the president says Islam should be appreciated and Christianity should be held up as “religious extremism” there is reason for fear.

Obama and his followers have exchanged truth for a lie. But what is far more critical for Christians is the fact that an election of Hillary Clinton, another follower of Saul Alinsky, may complete Obama’s attempt to destroy the Christian faith.

Christian voters have a duty and obligation to become locked and loaded for the preservation of their religious freedom. They must be locked with Christian faith and loaded with the word of God.

If there is to be a test that is administered to all presidential candidates vying for the Oval Office, then let it be one where the support of a Religious Christian Civil Rights Movement is undeniable and an absolute.


Kevin Fobbs
Kevin Fobbs has more than 35 years of wide-ranging experience as a community and tenant organizer, Legal Services outreach program director, public relations consultant, business executive, gubernatorial and presidential appointee, political advisor, widely published writer, and national lecturer. Kevin is co-chair and co-founder of AC-3 (American-Canadian Conservative Coalition) that focuses on issues on both sides of the border between the two countries.