Ralph Norman, Chris Mitchell, David Gibbs, Jack Hibbs

Ralph Norman, Chris Mitchell, David Gibbs, Jack Hibbs

Ralph Norman
Chris Mitchell
David Gibbs
Jack Hibbs

May 18, 2020

Today’s show features:

  • Ralph Norman, U.S. Representative for the 5th district of South Carolina and Andy Harris, U.S. Representative for the 1st district of Maryland, on the House passing a $3 trillion Coronavirus bill and approving unprecedented rule changes.
  • Chris Mitchell, CBN News Middle East Bureau Chief, on Israel swearing in a fragile new government as friction looms.
  • Dr. David Gibbs Jr., Founder and President of Christian Law Association, on a North Carolina judge siding with churches and blocking Governor Cooper’s restrictions on indoor church services.
  • Jack Hibbs, Senior Pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, on his church’s decision to gather for services on Sunday, May 31st

Episode Resources:

  • Read why religious liberty means COVID-19 restrictions cannot target churchgoers.
  • Review the ways DHS and DOJ are upholding religious freedom during the coronavirus crisis.
  • Take a look at FRC’s COVID-19 resource bank for churches.
  • Read FRC’s resource, “Guidelines for Reopening Your Church.”
  • Explore FRC's Biblical Worldview Series featuring publications on life, religious liberty, and political engagement.
  • Review and share the Trump administration accomplishments on life, family, and religious freedom.
  • Get the all-new rebuilt STAND FIRM app! On your mobile browser, visit frc.org/app.

Family Research Council · Rep. Ralph Norman expresses the GOP's concerns that Pelosi is using the virus to change House rules

Family Research Council · Rep. Andy Harris insists that reopening the economy is the only stimulus America needs

Family Research Council · Chris Mitchell describes the first 24 hours of 'unity' rule in Israel

Family Research Council · Dr. David Gibbs Jr. celebrates the momentum for religious freedom in the age of coronavirus

Family Research Council · Pastor Jack Hibbs announces that his church and dozens of others will open despite CA's orders