Religious Freedom Media Ministries of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Available for Media Appearances
Alan J. Reinach, Esq., Executive Director of the Church State Council, is in demand nationally for media interviews on breaking religious freedom stories and topics.
Click here to read his bio. He is an articulate advocate for protecting the rights of conscience of all people, and for keeping government’s hands out of the business of religion.
To contact Mr. Reinach for a radio or television interview, e.mail to: email@example.com,
or call (805) 413-7398.
The Church State Council and its affiliated Seventh-day Adventist organizations carry on a comprehensive media outreach, including television, radio, print, and internet.
Global Faith and Freedom is produced by the International Religious Liberty Association in cooperation with the Seventh-day Adventist Church. It examines the often heated and always controversial intersection between religion and politics around the world, with a specific focus on religious freedom, human rights and church state relations.
The Liberty Insider is a dynamic panel discussion produced and aired by 3ABN television network. The show provides an opportunity for Liberty editor Lincoln E. Steed to dialogue with other experts on current events that relate to religious liberty from the perspective of our Adventist faith. Visit www.3abn.org for programming guide.
Freedom’s Ring Radio is a nationally syndicated weekly broadcast produced by the Church State Council in cooperation with the North American Religious Liberty Association.
Lifequest Liberty is a religious liberty themed weekly live radio program on the LifeTalk Radio network. Visit www.lifetalk.net for the programming schedule or listen live online every Thursday, from noon-1 p.m. (EST). Hosted by radio professional Charles Mills and Liberty editor Lincoln E. Steed, each episode is also rebroadcast on the XM/Sirius satellite network.
Liberty magazine, published since 1906, has long been regarded as the source for in-depth analysis of current religious liberty issues, emerging trends in policy and practice, as well as a look back at the nations and events which have shaped today’s notion of religious freedom. Visit www.libertymagazine.org for the complete current issue, as well as a decade-spanning archive.
Frontlines of Freedom is a print newsletter published by the North American Religious Liberty Association several times each year. Individuals can sign up to receive this at www.religiousliberty.info. For bulk orders to churches or other groups, e.mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Liberty Bell is an e.mail newsletter produced by the Church State Council monthly. You can sign up to receive this, and rest assured your inbox will not be flooded. You may occasionally receive legislative alerts in addition to the monthly newsletter.
www.WrittenintheHeart.org is produced by the Church State Council in response to the growing interest in public display of the Ten Commandments. This site is dedicated to the premise that respect for and obedience to the Ten Commandments is the responsibility of individuals, not the government, and that we need to “put the law of God back where it belongs”… permitting God to write it upon our hearts, because “the state cannot change hearts, only God can!”
The Liberty Blog, a production of the North American Religious Liberty Association, provides current commentary on developing issues, and features a variety of bloggers including the Church State Council director, Alan J. Reinach, Esq.
The International Religious Liberty Association (IRLA), formed in 1893 is the oldest organization addressing religious freedom issues throughout the world.
The North American Religious Liberty Association (NARLA), is one of several dozen national and regional affiliates of the IRLA.
The Northwest Religious Liberty Association, is a regional affiliate of NARLA, serving the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska
Politics and Prophecy: The Battle for Religious Liberty and the Authentic Gospel. This volume is a collection of short, vibrant articles on the pressing religious liberty issues of the day, with refreshing and bold spiritual insight.[link is to the list of items available from the Church State Council]