WE HELP CHRISTIANS BETTER UNDERSTAND THEIR INALIENABLE (GOD-GIVEN) RIGHTS SET OUT IN THE CONSTITUTION.
Christians often feel their rights have been denied or violated but do not know what to do. We can answer your questions. CRE takes every call seriously, conducts the necessary investigation and legal research, and gives timely and sound advice. While legal advice can be expensive in the open market, and cost-prohibitive, CRE gladly provides free legal assistance at no cost to the contact.
Examples of those seeking legal advice from CRE:
Teachers and employees wanting to know what freedoms they have in the workplace
Christian evangelists inquiring about their right to freely share a Christian message in public parks,
outside of abortion clinics, and at public festivals
Individuals and business owners who face government sanction for declining to engage in activity that would betray their beliefs and conscience.
Pastors who are concerned about their freedom to speak on biblical topics.
Churches who are deprived of public space to conduct worship services.
Parents and children who wish to live out faith in public school settings.
Christian student groups denied equal access at public universities.
WE PROVIDE POLICIES TO HELP CHRISTIANS PROTECT THEIR MINISTRY OR BUSINESS.
Understandably, many people prefer to avoid litigation, if possible. To aid Christians in this endeavor, CRE takes a proactive approach designed to ward off the legal challenges when they do come. We prepare policies and legal documents that insulate desired business/ministry practices from legal attack. While such legal work could be costly if charged at a typical hourly rate, CRE provides these services free of charge.
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