Pres. Campus Renewal
A recent report by Campus Renewal Ministries indicates that up to 70 % of college students leave their faith. Why does that happen and what can be down about it? We’ll discuss this with Jeremy Story, president of Campus Reform Ministries. Jeremy has worked in campus ministries for 21 years and has worked with hundreds of campuses and non-profits, including the National Day of Prayer and the Collegiate Day of Prayer.
In addition we’ll have back Thomas Olp, senior counsel and co-executive director of the Thomas More Society to discuss his recent filing to a federal appeals court to protect the free speech rights of sidewalk counselors outside of abortion clinics. The City of Chicago has an ordinance prohibiting such counseling within 50 feet of a clinic. The suit is brought on behalf of Veronica Price and several other counselors.
The city has claimed that the counselors harass women attempting to enter clinics, but Olp
and his clients
dispute that. “Contrary to pro-abortion propaganda, pro life counselors do not
intimidate women,” Olp said. “The Chicago bubble zone ordinance deliberately curtails
our clients’ first Amendment rights.”
Thomas More Society
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