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January 21 is Religious Liberty Sabbath

Every year on the third Sabbath in January, Seventh-day Adventists around the world take time to remember the God-given gift of religious freedom. On January 21, 2017, please join fellow church members to pray for the millions of men, women and children who are persecuted for their faith.

On Religious Liberty Sabbath we take time as a world church to celebrate the religious freedom, and to pray for those who continue to suffer harassment, discrimination, and even imprisonment or physical harm, because they choose faithfulness to God, no matter what.

We encourage you to make religious liberty a special part of your Sabbath program. Through our prayers, we can support our brothers and sisters around the world, and we can express our support for freedom for all people, no matter what their faith.

Click here to access a range of Religious Liberty Sabbath resources.

BETTINA KRAUSE | Communication Director
International Religious Liberty Association
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Maryland 20904 | USA