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    What Does Reputation Have to Do With Religious Freedom?

    Should there be religious exemptions to generally applicable anti-discrimination laws? I recently took a course with about 33 of my law school peers where our task was to think deeply about this question. Being one out of about three Christians in the room I was certain I would be in the hot seat. But the situation wasn’t necessarily what I anticipated.  Read More...

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    Beware of Wolves in Shepherd's Clothing

    Written by Whitman H. Brisky - What happens to church property when most of its members depart, leaving only an unpopular pastor and a few of his close friends and family to determine its use? Unfortunately, in all too many cases, the congregation essentially shuts down as an active ministry, converts the property to cash, and then pays the remaining funds to (or for the benefit of) the pastor. Don't let this happen to your church.  Read More...

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    Free Advertising Grant for Churches and Nonprofits!

    Advertising can be expensive, but this is where churches and nonprofits have a potential advantage. Google has a program called Google Ad Grants, which provides up to $10,000/month indefinitely in Google Ad credit to qualifying non-profit organizations. Potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars in free advertising! So how does it work?  Read More...

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    The Legal Battle Continues

    The legal struggle that started in 2010 continues for Saul Juarez, Elias Juarez, Oscar Sanchez, and Ruben Sanchez, four followers of Jesus trying to stop gang violence in their neighborhoods through evangelism and advocacy—something the government almost stopped them from doing. In early 2018, the Kane County Circuit Court denied all claims by Kane County and Elgin against each man. Nevertheless, their innocence has yet to be fully vindicated.  Read More...

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    Stars of Wonder Here on Earth

    Written by Terry S. Lu - It is a well-known story, often told during the Christmas season: a group of wise men traveled from the East to Jerusalem, led by a brilliant star, bearing gifts intended for an unknown child king. The star the wise men followed is sometimes referred to as the “Star of Wonder.” How can you be a “Star of Wonder” leading others to the Messiah?  Read More...

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    In the Spirit of Giving - Alliance Defense Fund

    This holiday season, would you like to give a gift that will be used for good, replenished, and gifted again? Alliance Defending Freedom has a grant program with the capability to do just that. Many people have been able to see how God is working through ADF, the nation’s largest organization of Christian lawyers, to support believers when legal problems arise. One thing you may not know...  Read More...

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    Expanding Our Impact - Soo Yeon Lee Joins Mauck & Baker

    Mauck & Baker is happy to announce a new addition to our talented and skilled team of Christ-centered lawyers. Soo Yeon Lee has joined our firm as an of-counsel attorney.Bringing many of her existing clients to the firm, Soo is using her connections in the Korean community to expand Mauck & Baker’s reach and impact. There are many Korean churches in Chicago and the United States, so Soo has started the process of translating the Mauck & Baker free Church Legal Checklist into Ko...  Read More...

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    CLS National Conference and the Necessity of Fellowship

    Written by Sorin A. Leahu - The attorneys of Mauck & Baker are proud to be members of the Christian Legal Society and make it a priority to attend the annual conferences. This year was no exception. Each of us has been called by God to accomplish Kingdom work; lawyers are not excluded.  Read More...

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    Church Launch Draws 1,000 - How Uptown Church is Effectively Engaging Its Community

    Written by Terry S. Lu - The event was simple and joyful. During the festival, a longtime resident told us that he had been to many events in Uptown, but our Fall Festival was easily one of the most diverse, joyous, and peaceful gatherings the neighborhood had ever seen. Through engaging the community, churches become part of the community.  Read More...

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    Why Jesus Wants Us to Vote

     Written by John W. Mauck, J.D. - Christians voting and participating in government are critical to the enactment—and merciful enforcement—of righteous laws so that people have the opportunity to see their need when they fall short.  Read More...

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