2021 End of Year Newsletter

Written by Clint Elliott

Wishing you blessings and joy this Christmas and into the New Year!

At the Justice Defense Foundation of Kentucky, we love our neighbors by proclaiming, pursuing, and defending biblical justice according to God’s unchanging standards. Toward that end, JDF experienced an exciting and timely launch in 2021! 

As one parent noted:

“What are the chances that I would pick up the phone and need legal advice on public school issues the VERY same week this organization was created? My phone call was divine, for certain, and the excellence with which Clint and his team operate is truly unbelievable. JDFKY has come together in 2021 with God’s perfect timing to fight for the least of these, and for that I am thankful beyond measure. They have taught me and my group to put first things first with gentleness, kindness, and great wisdom. You certainly will not be disappointed with the purposeful work of JDFKY!”

Recently we’ve seen an unprecedented assault on religious liberties across our Nation and the Commonwealth, including in our public schools. However, 2021 saw a renewed engagement by we the people standing for individual rights.  For such a time as this, JDF exists to stand with you and support others in the Commonwealth for the common good.  

As one Kentucky businessman and dad explained:

“The things I appreciate about the Justice Defense Foundation of Kentucky are the opportunities they help create for ordinary lay people to make an impact on America’s future. Like most Americans, I want liberty and prosperity for the next generation. Through the literature, expert speakers and networking, they give you ideas and opportunities on how to stand in the gap for your school, children, your community, your state, and for America, and do so in a professional, empowered and Christian manner.”

In 2021, we sponsored two Hope for Tomorrow community workshops featuring national speakers and raising awareness for parents, educators, and business leaders. These gatherings also opened opportunities for pro bono legal support referrals.  

As one nonprofit board chair in Kentucky noted: 

“JDF’s caring support in our time of need was incredibly beneficial and encouraging. I don’t know how we could have done it without them.”

Our Goals for 2022

In 2022, we plan to expand our Hope For Today workshops across the Commonwealth to engage and equip others to stand for biblical justice and the next generation. 

Will you please walk with us in prayer and consider a financial gift to support the expansion of our efforts in 2022?

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