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Christian German Family denied Asylum in the U.S.

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LISTEN NOW! Greg, Pat, and John discuss how a Christian German family now living in Tennessee was denied asylum.  According to CBN the sixth court of appeals upheld the Obama administration’s refusal to grant asylum to the Romeike family.  U.S Attorney General Eric Holder filed against the family arguing that homeschooling isn’t a right protected under religious freedom.  They family is going to appeal and the next step is to go to the Supreme Court.  They continue to discuss that if the family is deported back to Germany they will likely have to pay a large fine and could have their children removed from the home.  They continue to discuss how blessed we are to live in the United States and to wake up to the freedoms that are given us in the U.S. Constitution.  All this family wanted to do is protect their children from what the German school system is teaching like witchcraft, calling out to the devil for help, and sexually graphic pictures. They instead chose to flee Germany and home school their children.  It is so important for parents to live out a godly life before their children and take the responsibility of leading their children to the Lord once they themselves have come to Jesus.


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