Fighting for the Mojave Desert Cross - II
Radio Guest(s) Mr. Kelly Shackelford
In 1934 a group of World War I veterans returned from battle and erected a simple wooden cross in the middle of California’s Mojave Desert—a fitting tribute to their comrades who had fought and died for America. But because of one objector, the cross was removed and 70 years of history were erased.
The Supreme Court ruled in April that the cross could stay, but it was stolen by vandals one month later. Listen today to learn more about the erosion of religious liberties in our nation and to find out how you can help put the cross back!
Read the recent News Release regarding the fight to save the National Day of Prayer here.