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When the city stalled Opulent Life Church's move to its new space because the it did not meet the arbitrary and discriminatory requirements, the church turned to Liberty Institute for help.
Many members of the Plano Vietnamese Baptist Church fled religious persecution under the communist regime in Vietnam, to come to America in search of a better life. So when a city threatened the future of their church, Liberty Institute stepped in to help.
Liberty Institute represented Pastor Westbrook in a case that could have set a precedent allowing religious leaders to face litigation from parishoners.
The state of Texas fined Tyndale Seminary, a ministry of HEB Ministries for using the word "seminary" and issuing theological degrees without receiving government approval of its board of directors, its curriculum and its professors.
Liberty Institute defended Pastor Richard Barr and Philemon Homes, when the Sinton city council enacted an ordinance banning the nonprofit, faith-based organization from existing anywhere within the city limits.
Liberty Institute helped to bring home Jim Allen, one of the ten American Christian volunteers arrested in January 2010, in Haiti. His church group was there to help victims of the country's devastating earthquake.
Church v. State: Liberty Institute Stops Government From Bullying Private Seminaries
Liberty Institute Makes Texas History Interpreting Texas Religious Freedom Restoration Act (TRFRA)
Let Them Go, Bring Them Home!
Persecuting a Church Because…It’s a Church
Fighting For the Freedom They Traveled so Far to Find
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