By the grace of God and with the enthusiastic and generous support of the faithful, Liberty and Health Alliance is now able to make the most major announcement since our inception earlier this summer.
First, a bit of background.
As our readers are aware, vaccine mandates are aggressively moving forward, leaving those who conscientiously object to being forced to take a COVID vaccine with no place to turn for help. We have been inundated with messages—questions, concerns, fears, requests for assistance, and stories of persecution and dire circumstances.
After the Spirit-led (and viral) video that catapulted this ministry into existence earlier this summer, we knew one thing for certain—that the Lord was leading us to lift up the persecuted and to lend a helping hand to those under the coercive pressure of institutional power.
In the weeks that followed, with an abundance of pastoral, legal, and medical wisdom and commitment, our volunteers got busy producing a brief and powerful set of documents to provide a template for how individuals can request religious exemptions, based upon their own sincerely held belief about these vaccines.
And today, praise God (!!), we can now put this Exemption Packet directly into the hands of those who need it most (see below).
The only revenue stream to empower this ministry comes from those who stand beside us in this important cause. As we, together, promote and defend liberty of conscience, as we advocate for and practice the medical missionary work, and as we seek to reflect and witness to the character of Christ and His soon coming, our prayer is that we will be able to count you as co-laborers in this high calling.
Literally tonight, many are lying awake wondering, must I really give up pursuing an education in order to follow my conscience? Must I really quit my job in order to be true to God’s personal calling for me in refusing this vaccine?
If that is you, please know that you are not alone. Even the medical personnel serving with Liberty and Health Alliance are facing these impossible hurdles. “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible” (Matt. 19:26).
In partnering with us, you give a voice to the voiceless (Proverbs 31:8-9), you defend the oppressed (Isaiah 1:17), and you bring hope to the hopeless (Romans 15:4).
Before sharing the link to the exemption materials, we want to make something very, very clear.
Every human being is a created and loved child of the Most High God (Acts 17:29) and is a soul for whom Christ died (John 3:16). Thus, we support every person’s freedom to choose to vaccinate or not to vaccinate.
We not only stand against and speak against coercion to be vaccinated, but we also oppose coercion, condemnation, or manipulation of others to NOT vaccinate.
In short, we believe people should be fully informed about the risks of the COVID vaccines, as well as the risks of COVID; and we believe in leaving every individual free to weigh the risks and decide for themselves.
And if/when COVID is a distant memory, we will continue to press forward with the important work for health and for liberty.
Our mission as Christians is to preach the gospel message of Revelation 14 and to prepare souls for Christ’s soon coming. The healing message, the religious liberty work, and any other branch of the work, are all meant to bring to all a knowledge of Jesus Christ unto salvation. (And, speaking of the healing message, stay tuned for another big announcement on an up-coming event we’ll be hosting on the 8 Laws of Health during times of pandemic!)
And in the end, ALL those who call upon the name of the Lord—whether vaccinated or unvaccinated—will sing the song of the redeemed in Heaven (Romans 10:13).
“Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty” (2 Corinthians 3:17). When tolerance is embraced, conscience is respected, and political agendas sacrificed—when Christ is first and best and everything in our lives—how easy and joyful it is, as brothers and sisters in Christ, to endeavor “to keep the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace” (Ephesians 4:3).
“Now may the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, that you may abound in hope by the power of the Holy Spirit” (Romans 15:13).