Via AZ Central:
If there is one thing that people of faith know for certain it is that sometimes — not always, but sometimes — prayers are answered.
That is what happened when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Gilbert Presbyterian church, ruling unanimously that the town’s sign ordinance was unconstitutional.
The church was represented by Alliance Defending Freedom, a “legal ministry” with a Scottsdale base that, according to its website, “has brought together thousands of Christian attorneys and like-minded organizations that work tirelessly to advocate for the right of people to freely live out their faith in America and around the world.”
Last summer I spoke to Alliance attorney Matt Sharp.