Lea Carawan, M.A., is the Executive Director for the Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, as well as the president and founder of Carawan Global Group. She is a speaker, consultant, ordained minister, and a leadership, marriage, and life coach. Lea graduated with her master’s degree in Practical Christian Theology from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA. She is also the founder of Transformed Living and has a career spanning three decades, transitioning seamlessly between entrepreneurship, fashion, consulting, ministry, and motherhood.

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January 12, 2018, 11:18 AM EST
Does faith matter anymore in America? Should it? That probably depends on who you ask, but what is becoming increasingly evident is a growing hostility among some segments of society and culture. Last month, much of our nation celebrated the birth of Christ—called Christmas… short for Christ’s Mass—yet, the idea of any public display for a clearly religious holiday is somehow considered insensitive, discriminating or criminal. One begins to wonder if even saying, “God Bless you” after a sneeze might somehow generate formal complaints and a lawsuit to stop such egregious behavior. Sounds like nonsense doesn’t it? Sadly, it’s not.