With the Right Advice from MRFF Air Force Pilot Shuts Down Squadron Commander’s Illicit Duty-Hours Bible Study

Published On: May 18, 2023|Categories: Featured News|1 Comment|
Open Bible with exploding flames coming out of it

Sometimes, all it takes for a service member to successfully handle a problem with a Bible-thumping superior is for MRFF to steer them in the right direction, often to just the right military regulation to bring the offending superior to a screeching halt.

In the case of the Air Force pilot who wrote the email below, that regulation was Air Force Instruction 1-1 — MRFF’s silver bullet for putting a stop to illicit religious activity in the Air Force — Section 2.12 of which unambiguously states (emphasis added):

“Leaders at all levels must balance constitutional protections for their own free exercise of religion, including individual expressions of religious beliefs, and the constitutional prohibition against governmental establishment of religion. They must ensure their words and actions cannot reasonably be construed to be officially endorsing or disapproving of, or extending preferential treatment for any faith, belief, or absence of belief.”

Click to read the Air Force pilot MRFF client’s success story

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  1. Ironmoped May 20, 2023 at 10:29 am

    Bible study for warriors?

    What’s next, hula-hoops for Christ?

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