Contact: Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas, 254-715-3134; Dr. Pat McEwen, 321-431-3962
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 19, 2015 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas, National Director of Operation Save America, formerly Operation Rescue, is heading to Alabama, "the birthplace of justice." He is going first to Birmingham and then on to Montgomery to prepare the way for the 2015 OSA National Event. Both cities were significant in ending the injustice of segregation. Rev. Thomas is going to rally Christians from around the country to make both cities significant again; this time in ending the injustice of abortion and the assault against the God ordained institution of marriage.
On July 11-18, 2015 hundreds of gentle Christians from across the nation will converge on Montgomery, Alabama to join with area churches and Chief Justice Roy Moore, to stand for faith, life, family and freedom.
"Let Justice Roll" will be OSA's theme as they march into Alabama. This is based upon Amos 5:24, which states, "But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream." This passage of scripture was one of Martin Luther King Jr.'s favorite passages to preach when confronting the evil of his day in Alabama. OSA will take this passage and apply it to the evils of our day.
Let justice roll as Chief Justice Roy Moore defends marriage.
Let justice roll as the Church rises to end the sin and crime of abortion.
Let justice roll as we remember the historical lessons of Birmingham, Montgomery, and Selma.
Let justice roll as we expose the racial root of abortion that has led to black genocide.
Let justice roll as we work to establish Personhood for the preborn children of Alabama.
Let justice roll as we declare Jesus Christ is the King of all justice.
May His blood be the crimson tide that washes away our individual and national sins and make them white as snow.
What: Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas, coming to Alabama to Prepare the Way
Dates: March 21 –26, 2015
Contact: Rev. Rusty Lee Thomas (254)-715-3134 or to schedule interviews - Dr. Pat McEwen (321) 431 3962