Clergy Council

Alabama Clergy Council supports traditional marriage

The Alabama Clergy Council affirm the divine order of our God in the holy institution of marriage between one man and one woman. The Council is working to produce position papers and other resources on this critical topic.

On June 6, Alabama voters will consider an amendment to the state constitution to define legally-recognized marriage as only that between one man and one woman. The Council fully support the passage of this amendment.

Florida Marriage Amendment

Marriage Amendment

Please continue to watch our website for updates on this critical issue, or contact us by phone, letter, or email.

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Christian Clergy Council

Welcome to the website of The Alabama Clergy Council.

Join us in standing for the truth of God’s Word in public. We support the integration of faith and public life, family values, social concern, and justice.

The Alabama Creed, adopted by the state legislature in year 1953:
I believe in Alabama, a state dedicated to a faith in God and the enlightenment of  mankind; to a democracy that safeguards the liberties of each citizen and to the conservation of her youth, her ideals, and her soil. I believe it is my duty to obey her laws, to respect her flag and to be alert to her needs and generous in my efforts to foster her advancement within the statehood of the world.

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Ten Commandments Bumper Sticker Project

Location of Free Ten Commandments Bumper Stickers

Alabama Clergy Council brings you the following facts in Christian History

December 5, 1933:
Prohibition comes to an end as the twenty- first amendment to the U.S. Constitution is ratified. The ban on the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages had been fervently sought by fundamentalist Christians in the social reform movement of the late 1800s and early 1900s.

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Biblical 10 Commandments

Ten Commandments

Biblical 10 Commandments

The Alabama Clergy Council announces a new campaign to renew the promotion of the Ten Commandments. To encourage people to keep the Ten Commandments, we hope to put 100,000 bumper stickers on automobiles in Alabama. By placing a free bumper sticker on your car, you will be encouraging others to receive God’s blessing by keeping his Commandments, and you will also be promoting the “Ten Commandments Movement.” The bumper stickers simply say, “Keep the Ten Commandments.”

The Alabama Clergy Council is giving these away for free! You may pick up yours at a Christian bookstore or other location near you. Please get one up for yourself and extras for your friends and church.

In 2002 and 2003, we distributed 50,000 of these in Alabama. We hope to do so again this year. Pick up yours today, put it on your car, and help us with distribution in your church.

Martin Luther the Bible and Public Schools

Martin Luther warned the soldiers that they have their property for nothing, as though they had found it, or won it in gambling. …”. Martin Luther often quoted from the Bible and pointed out that gambling was wrong.

Martin Luther and the Bible 
Martin Luther said about the public schools
“I am afraid that the schools will prove the very gates of hell, unless they diligently labor in explaining the Holy Scriptures, and engraving them on the hearts of youth. I would advise no one to send his child where the Holy Scriptures are not supreme. Every institution in which men and women are not unceasingly occupied with the Word of God must be corrupt”

Martin Luther 95 Thesis
Martin Luther

The Importance of Biblical Marriage

Marriage as ordained by God at creation is to be between a man and a woman. Many of the stories in the Old Testament focus on the importance of finding a godly spouse such as the account of Abraham sending his servant to find a wife for Isaac. We recommend the website Sovereign Grace Singles for Reformed Christians looking for a spouse.