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California Couple Fined for Holding Bible Study In Home?!

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Get "The REALLY, Real, Deal" on the current threat of religious freedom with attorney Brad Dacus, President of the Pacific Justice Institute, and his clients Chuck and Stephanie Fromm, who have been fined by the city of San Juan Capistrano, California, for holding bible study sessions in their home.  Dr. Charles Fromm, is the publisher of Worship Leader magazine and was formerly the head of the first major church-based Christian record label, Maranatha! Music.  In addition to producing innovative worship record series he founded Worship Times journal in 1986, with contributions from such influential theologians as Robert Webber, Jack Hayford, Chuck Swindoll, and Ronald B. Allen, amongst others. In 1991, Fromm partnered with longtime friend John Styll to birth Worship Leader magazine, now in its 20thyear, and available in print and digital formats worldwide.  The Fromm's attorney, Brad Dacus, defends religious liberties and parental rights. His organization, The Pacific Justice Institute, has a network of approximately a thousand volunteer affiliate attorneys and handles more cases on the West Coast than any other organization of its kind.  Dacus has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows, including ABC's "Good Morning America," "The Today Show," "CNN," "News Talk TV, "MSNBC",  "NBC News", "NBC Dateline" and the  "O'Reilly Factor."  The Pacific Justice Institute works diligently, without charge, to provide its clients with all the legal support they need. Get the full story on why the City of San Juan Capistrano wants The Fromms to pay to pray and share this episode with a friend.

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