Support Hobby Lobby: Send a Thank You Note to the Green Family

Support Hobby Lobby in The Fight for Religious Liberty.

The Green family isn’t only fighting for its right to religious liberty, but ours, too. Send a thank you note to the Greens letting them know you’re standing by their side.

Government forced Hobby Lobby to choose:
Violate your conscience and stay in business or remain faithful to your conscience and be penalized up to 1.3 million dollars per day. Hobby Lobby chose to sue the government for their right – and ours – to operate their business in full accord with their faith. Read more about the case here.


The Hobby Lobby success story is a true example of the American dream.  Now the Greens want to live another American dream–to be free to do business according to their beliefs.

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  • Karyl

    I am convinced that this is more than a paper, cut and dried battle. The Bible says that we “war not with flesh and blood” but against the rulers of darkness, of pricipalities. So our warfare needs to match the battle.
    I learned this morning the the Our Daily Bread devotional, published before this law suit businesss, that the Greens have plans to open a exhibit featuring the history of the Bible. Satan wants to strike this down however he can.

  • Bill S

    Plan B® works like a birth control pill.
    There are three ways a birth control pill can work:
    1. Stop the release of an egg from the ovary.
    2. Prevent the fertilization of an egg (the uniting of sperm with the egg).
    3. Prevent the already fertilized egg (embryo) from attaching to the uterus. This causes an already fertilized egg to be expelled from the womb, causing an early abortion.

    There are people who have a problem with this (including just about everyone who reads this blog) and there are people who don’t (including just about everyone currently in a position to decide whether the government should be concerned about this).

    The people who have a problem with it usually cite religious reasons. The people who don’t do not see this as a religious issue.

    Hobby Lobby has complied with the health care requirements with one minuscule exception. They should be able to convince the courts that they have a religious objection that should be recognized.

    • Ted Seeber

      The people who aren’t, are irrational religionists trying to force atheism on everybody else.

  • Bob Seidensticker

    What’s next? That companies can declare a religious exemption from equal opportunity employment laws? Maybe they don’t like interracial marriages so they refuse employment to someone in such a marriage? Wouldn’t have been a problem in some states in the ’60s.

    The country is governed by the Constitution, not the Bible. That’s good for all of us.

    • Ted Seeber

      I hope so. Equal opportunity laws were a mistake. What the government should have done instead was a massive program to get minority owned businesses off the ground.

      But then again, that’s distributism, and would have damaged their precious capitalism. So they did Equal Opportunity instead- hiding the fact that only the rich have opportunity and everybody else is a wage slave.

    • Ted Seeber

      Also, apparently this country is NOT governed by the Constitution any more, because the HHS Mandate, passed by the Executive alone with NO debate in Congress, and as a law respecting religious belief, is completely unconstitutional. Since SCOTUS has now refused to do the duty of the Judicial Branch, that makes the Constitution itself null and void, and the government illegitimate along with the party whose coup destroyed the constitution.

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  • Clay McKenzie

    The Greens have my respect and my support. May Yahweh be with you.

    • Rebecca Hamilton

      Thank you Clay.

  • Jaime

    They have made their choice and taken a stand. They are heroes and even if they loose everything in this , they win. I am sure they have Peace that passes all understanding. There is another person standing in the fiery furnace with them- Jesus. They will be okay.

    • Bob Seidensticker

      I imagine that’s what they said about the judge who ruled against the Loving family in their initial court loss.

      He said about their unbiblical mixed-race marriage: “Almighty God created the races white, black, yellow, malay and red, and he placed them on separate continents. And but for the interference with his arrangement there would be no cause for such marriages. The fact that he separated the races shows that he did not intend for the races to mix.”

      (Maybe the Bronze Age wisdom of the Bible isn’t the best place to search for morality.)

      • SteveP

        Surely you are aware the statute cited in the Loving’s conviction – the Racial Integrity Act of 1924 — was based on “scientific eugenics”?

        If “Bronze Age wisdom of the Bible” is not in the running to answer moral questions and neither is “science” what do you suggest?

        • Bob Seidensticker

          Eugenics is policy, not science. Let’s put the blame where it belongs. Scientists don’t enact laws (and even if they did, they’d have on their Policy hat, not Science).

          Morality comes from people, not the Bible or indeed any religion. Religion can do a good job in sorting through things and pushing us in the right direction, but let’s not imagine that religion invented morality. It simply gives us back our own inate morality–sometimes in an improved form but often in a poorer form (I’m thinking of the Old Testament’s celebration of genocide and slavery, for example).

          • SteveP

            While what you say is probably true today, that eugenics is policy, in 1922 eugenics was science.

            However, back to your initial comment in this leg, if morality comes from the people, why was the Racial Integrity Act an immoral bit of legislation; why was the first judge’s ruling in the Loving’s case immoral; why is the Green’s civil disobedience immoral?

          • Rebecca Hamilton

            Why Bob, you just made an argument in favor of natural law. You old accidental theologian you. :-)

  • Jennie Joslin

    Bless you guys for standing up for what you believe in!!

  • Ann

    Dear Mr. and Mrs. Green and family,

    Thank you for your good exampleto all os us who also need to stand up against this removal of our Freedom of Religion.

  • bruce johnson

    Thank you for standing your ground! I work less than a block from your store in Fort Collins Co and I shop there often. I will be in the store this Saturday.

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  • judy

    any company should be able to operate in the way they see fit without government interference. If you don’t like it you don’t have to work for them. I’m sure Karl Marx would be really pleased if he were here to see this administration’s gains at destroying this country. Hang in there Hobby Lobby.

  • Sam Donahoe

    Thank you Green family for standing up for your commitment to god doring this difficult trial . Your family has been a huge inspiration in my family’s life . We attend saddleback church in Lake Forest and apriciate your generosity to our church . I myself am a retail manager at another company and just noticed your store in Aliso Viejo . I recently applied for an assistant manager position because although I have a job now it has always been my dream to work for a Christian company that puts god first in all its business dealings . We will be showing our support this sat by shopping at your store . We will also be praying that gods hand is on you your family and your company . Keep fighting the fight and may god bless you !!