Religious Activities and Covid-19
04.30.20
If the Governor’s Order prohibiting gatherings of more than 50 people in a room, or his subsequent “stay at home” order, has resulted in embers of your church being unable to worship; typical events like funerals, marriages, baptisms being unable to proceed; or substantial financial losses due to decline in donations‍ and if you sincerely believe that restarting in-person church meetings is essential to your church’s ministry, we would like to talk to you about filing a law suit on your behalf.
Statewide Day of Prayer
By David E. Smith   |   04.24.20
Most Christians believe in the power of prayer, but, unfortunately, many fail to utilize it as often as they should. And how can that be when God tells us that our prayers are powerful and effective? (The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective. ~James 5:16)
State Lawmaker Calls for Day of Prayer This Friday
By Christine Misner   |   04.21.20
One Illinois lawmaker is calling for a state-wide day of prayer on April 24. Citing the situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to look toward the future, State Representative Darren Bailey (R- Louisville), issued the call in...
03.29.20
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IFI Voter Guide Resources for Primary Election 2020
By David E. Smith   |   03.16.20
The full 16-page version of the IFI 2020 Primary Election Voter Guide is available for download HERE.  In this guide you will find important information about candidates for President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, and both chambers of the...
Westchester Referendum on Pot Sales
By Kathy Valente   |   03.03.20
Last year many municipalities voted to Opt Out of marijuana sales and businesses. Several municipalities have a marijuana referendum on the March 17 Primary ballot, and early voting has begun. Voters in Westchester can request a ballot to vote on the referendum question and DO NOT have to declare a political party.
Rosemont Referendum on Pot Sales
By Kathy Valente   |   03.03.20
Last year many municipalities voted to Opt Out of marijuana sales and businesses. Several municipalities have a marijuana referendum on the March 17 Primary ballot, and early voting has begun. Voters in Rosemont can request a ballot to vote on the referendum question and DO NOT have to declare a political party.
Northlake Referendum on Pot Sales
By Kathy Valente   |   03.03.20
Last year many municipalities voted to Opt Out of marijuana sales and businesses. Several municipalities have a marijuana referendum on the March 17 Primary ballot, and early voting has begun. Voters in Northlake can request a ballot to vote on the referendum question and DO NOT have to declare a political party.

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