Eric Metaxas has released a call to action asking Christians all over America to contact the City of Houston over its attempt to intimidate local pastors who stand against the city’s new so-called “nondiscrimination” ordinance.

Metaxas asks Christians to send Houston’s mayor a Bible, sermon, or scripture. He writes,

“Won’t you please join us and send a sermon or a Bible or even a card with a scripture verse to Mayor Parker? Pray over it and send it in love. Pray that God would show Mayor Parker and every politician in America that religious freedom is sacred and we cannot allow the State to trample upon it — and by God’s grace, we won’t.

“As I’ve said, the church has to answer this mayor’s outrageous and deeply un-American action. We’ve got to forcefully remind those in government that the church in America has been free since 1776—and the Founders intended it to stay that way. And we do too.”

If you would like to contact Houston’s mayor, you can use the following address:

Mayor Parker
City Hall
901 Bagby Street
Houston, TX 77002

You can listen to Metaxas’ full call to action below.

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