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LB 814, which will end dismemberment abortion in Nebraska, remains locked in committee, but now the full legislature will be voting on a “pull motion” to bring the bill out of committee so it can be debated by the legislature.
Today is a consequential moment at the Supreme Court of the United States. Supreme Court Justices will hear oral arguments in the June Medical Service v Gee case, which centers on the constitutionality of a common-sense abortion regulation.
LB 814 will not only stop the killing of innocent preborn children in a gruesome manner, but it will also help reduce the increased risk of complications and emotional distress to the mother from this type of procedure.
Jed Mullenix joins the Daily Spotlight this week via phone. Jed serves as the CEO of an Omaha-based ministry called Within Reach. The organization mobilizes compassion response teams to assist communities and neighborhoods in need, and they have recently focused their resources on fulfilling needs that have emerged during the COVID-19 crisis. The people of God have a responsibility to serve others, and the world is looking to the church for hope during these uncertain times. By organizing church partners, business leaders, and nonprofit organizations with common goals, the organization facilitates impactful collaborations on specific, targeted projects while sharing the love of Jesus. To learn more about how you can get involved, visit withinreach.com.
Nebraska Secretary of State Bob Evnen discusses important steps Nebraska is taking in preparation of the May primary election amidst the COVID-19 crisis.
The church, faith leaders, and the people of God are responding during these uncertain times by serving their neighbors and lifting up leaders in prayer. On the Daily Spotlight this week, Karen and Nate discuss how a recent conference call about COVID-19 between Governor Ricketts and ministry leaders inspired churches and ministries to help slow down community spread of the virus, fulfill needs within their communities, and even assist other congregations utilize virtual communication technologies. Contact our office to connect with resources and visit our website for a guide on ways to serve your community and pray for others during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Whether its policies written by your local school board, an ordinance signed by your mayor, policies crafted by your state representative or laws passed by Congress – public policies affect you. They lay the foundation for the future of our children and grandchildren. That’s why NFA is committed to influencing policy, so that Nebraska might be a state where marriages and families thrive, life is cherished, and religious freedom is celebrated.
At Nebraska Family Alliance, prayer is the foundation of everything we do. According to 2 Chronicles 7:14, if God’s people will humble themselves, pray, and seek His face, God promises to heal the land. We believe if the body of Christ unites in prayer our state will be transformed according to His will.
The power to make a difference isn’t just with NFA, it’s with you. That’s why we are committed to providing resources so you can let your voice be heard and ignite change in your community. Being involved, starts with being informed. From information on current events through our blog, podcast, and radio programs, to practical resources to help you contact your elected representatives through our Action Alerts, we exist to empower you to make a difference in your community.
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