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Jim Garlow, Alliance Defending Freedom to Launch New Daily Commentary

Jim GarlowBeginning Monday, September 30, Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) and Jim Garlow, the Senior Pastor of Skyline Church in San Diego, CA, will come together for a new commentary format with emphasis on issues of church, family, and marriage for living out our faith in Christ in the public square. 

With Pastor Garlow as commentary spokesperson, the efforts of both entities will seek to challenge listeners to engage the culture while transcending its edicts and values.

“If we’re going to impact the world for Christ, we need to engage the culture, yet transcend its values,” said Pastor Garlow. “The key issue is knowing God through Jesus Christ.  And the hope for a nation is conformity to God’s ways.”

Pastor Garlow, who came to national prominence in 2008 for his leadership role in organizing religious groups to support California’s Proposition 8, is regularly called upon for national and local radio, TV, and print interviews covering a wide-range of theological and political topics. His radio commentary, The Garlow Perspective, addresses cultural issues head on with biblical clarity. The commentary is represented by Ambassador Advertising Agency in Irvine, CA.

The enduring mission of ADF, according to ADF President Alan Sears, is “to gain justice for those whose faith has been unconstitutionally denied in the areas of liberty, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family.”

Formerly known as the Alliance Defense Fund, Alliance Defending Freedom is an alliance-building legal ministry of Christian attorneys and other like-minded organizations who advocate for the rights of people to freely live out their faith.

The new daily (Monday-Friday) commentary audio will be posted at JimGarlow.com along with the day’s transcript and links to further information, stories, and helpful resources regarding the issue of the day.

 

Published: September 5, 2013

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