Despite Canada and US being recognized as global leaders on Religious Freedom

A New Christian Rights Campaign says Christians are facing discrimination

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Official Launch of the Christian Positive Space Christian Rights Campaign

Toronto, Canada  -  The Christian Positive Space is a ground breaking campaign that encourages and identifies safe and inclusive environments for the BETFC community (Bible Believers, Evangelicals, Traditionalists,  Families of Faith, and Christians), otherwise known as the Christian community.

In Canada and the United States view, freedom of religion or belief, including the ability to publicly share, express and worship in peace and security, is a universal human right.  To reiterate this message,  the Government of Canada officially opened the Office of Religious Freedom, within Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada on February 19, 2014.  However there is a growing movement of Christians who feel marginalized and feel that the expression of their traditional opinions and values are being slowly removed from the public arena.  So a movement is underway to ensure that Christians have their rights and Positive Space in the public arena. 

Look for the Heart symbol sticker that will be posted in public areas, schools, governments, work offices, and media press outlets as a sign that members of the BETFC community are supported and welcomed to openly talk about their faith, practice and share their faith without discrimination, threat of being bullied or threat of being banned from the public press or media of communication.

Check out christianpositivespace.com for more information on how you can get involved and support the campaign.

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