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American Bible Society
Headquartered in New York City, American Bible Society exists to make the Bible available to every person in a language and format each can understand and afford, so that all people may experience its life changing message.
American Center for Law and Justice
The American Center for Law & Justice (ACLJ) is the nation’s top conservative civil liberties law firm. Committed to safeguarding constitutional freedoms, the ACLJ educates and, when necessary, litigates to ensure that religious liberty and the sanctity of human life are protected. The ACLJ also supports an international network of more than 300 attorneys. As a not-for-profit organization, the ACLJ provides its services free-of-charge.
Prison Fellowship’s Angel Tree® is the only nationwide, year-round program that reaches out exclusively to children who have a parent in prison. Since 1982, 9 million kids have been reached through Angel Tree.
Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is a nonprofit organization that reaches millions of people each year through Billy Graham television broadcasts, Franklin Graham Festivals, Will Graham Celebrations, "My Hope" World Television Project, Dare to Be a Daniel youth ministry, The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove, Decision magazine, "Hour of Decision" and "Decision Minute" radio programs, and the Internet.
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CivilityProject.org is a voluntary, grassroots movement of people from diverse backgrounds who agree that, at this critical time in America’s history, solutions to our most pressing problems will be found only through a more civil exchange of ideas.
Founded by Chuck Colson, the Colson Center is a nonprofit organization that educates Christians on how to apply a biblical worldview to all areas of life. For memorial information related to Chuck Colson, please visit www.demossnews.com/chuckcolson or follow #ColsonNews on Twitter.
Cru is the name of Campus Crusade for Christ in the United States. Cru is an interdenominational Christian evangelism and discipleship ministry committed to giving people everywhere the opportunity to know and experience God's love and plan for their lives. Cru offers spiritual guidance, resources and programs tailored for people from all cultures in every walk of life. For more information, visit www.cru.org.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
For 125 years, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary has provided the best in graduate-level education, equipping students to think theologically, engage globally and live biblically.
The Manhattan Declaration is a movement of Orthodox, Catholic and evangelical Christians launched to advocate for the sanctity of life, traditional marriage and religious liberty. Since its 2009 public launch at the National Press Club in Washington, more than 500,000 signers have put their name on its 4,732-word statement affirming the inherent value of human life, marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and the rights of religious liberty and freedom of conscience. The Manhattan Declaration endorses civil disobedience under certain circumstances.
Medi-Share members are exempt from the health insurance mandate outlined in the new federal law that requires Americans to purchase insurance by 2014. Not an insurance company, Medi-Share is a member-based program where Christians share each other’s medical expenses and is rooted in biblical principles of caring for, and sharing in one another’s needs.
Operation Christmas Child
In 2013, Samaritan's Purse staff and partners expect to collect and deliver 9.8 million shoe box gifts to hurting children in more than 100 countries on six continents. Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has collected more than 100 million shoebox gifts and delivered them to needy children in more than 100 countries.
Founded as Atlanta Christian College in 1937, Point University (renamed July 1, 2011) is a four-year liberal arts Christian university serving the next generation of cultural leaders motivated to live out their faith in the marketplace. Accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), Point University offers associate and bachelor’s degrees in 15 areas of study for full-time traditional students as well as accelerated degrees for adult learners. The University's main campus, relocated from East Point to West Point, Ga., in summer 2012, offers accelerated adult-learning programs in East Point, West Point, Peachtree City and Savannah.
Founded by former Nixon aide Chuck Colson in 1976, Prison Fellowship is the world's largest outreach to prisoners, ex-prisoners, and their families. Its affiliate, Justice Fellowship, advocates for criminal justice reform so that communities are safer, victims are respected and offenders are transformed.
Samaritan’s Purse is an international relief organization, headed by Franklin Graham, that provides immediate, no-red-tape response to the physical and spiritual needs of individuals in crisis situations—especially in locations where few others are working. Samaritan's Purse has worked in more than 100 countries to provide aid to victims of war, disease, disaster, poverty, famine and persecution.
The Green Collection
Named for the family who founded U.S. arts and crafts retailer Hobby Lobby, The Green Collection is the world's largest private collection of rare biblical texts and artifacts. Scholars have scoured the world to assemble the more than 40,000 biblical antiquities that today comprise the collection. Since its debut in 2011, The Green Collection "has created a buzz" (Fox News) and has been called "a sampler of Jewish, Roman Catholic and Protestant treasures" that span from ancient times to the digital age (USA Today). Hobby Lobby President Steve Green oversees the expansion and outreach of the collection and will serve as chairman of the board for a D.C.-based national museum that will be the collection’s permanent home.
The Potter's House
In 1996, Bishop T.D. Jakes moved his church of 50 families from Charleston, W.Va. to Dallas and founded The Potter's House church. Today more than 30,000 members comprise this multiracial, nondenominational church with 48 active ministries. The ministries include programs for teenage mothers and abused women, a homeless outreach, a GED literacy program, an outreach for drug and alcohol abusers, and an AIDS ministry. Another highlight of The Potter's House is the Prison Outreach Ministry. More than 325 prisons in 35 states have been impacted through this ministry. The ministry's primary focus is to equip individuals by providing practical avenues for re-entering society.