Who is fighting for Christianity?

By Congressman Luke Messer

Vigils were held across the country last week in honor of the dozens of Ethiopian Christians recently slaughtered by ISIS militants in Libya. From San Diego to Nashville, thousands came together to mourn the loss of those shot or beheaded for being “followers of the cross.” Unfortunately, a scan of recent headlines over the last few months will confirm this barbaric act isn’t unique. It is just the latest in a systematic attempt by ISIS and similar Islamic terrorist groups to rid the world of Christianity around the globe.

Congressman Messer honors 6th District students for academic achievement


BATESVILLE, INDIANA (NEWS) - Congressman Luke Messer honored dozens of students from east-central and southeastern Indiana Tuesday evening for their academic achievement during the 2014-2015 school year. The top male and female 8th grade students from middle schools across Indiana’s 6th Congressional District were presented the 8th Grade Scholar award by Congressman Messer. The ceremony, sponsored by Hillenbrand and Ivy Tech Community College, took place at Batesville High School on Tuesday, May 26, 2015.

Applications Period Open for Homeland Security Foundation Scholarships


INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA (NEWS) – The Indiana Homeland Security Foundation is now accepting applications for the Secure Indiana Scholarship Program. The deadline to apply is July 1, 2015.Eighteen scholarships are available to Hoosiers. The scholarships reward those who volunteer with public safety organizations, and are made available to both full-time and part-time college students.

Historic Step for Indiana Ethics Reform


INDIANA STATEHOUSE – Today the Legislative Council approved the appointment of John Robert “Bob” Rudolph to serve as the Chief Counsel for the Office of Legislative Ethics within the Legislative Services Agency (LSA). House Speaker Brian C. Bosma (R-Indianapolis) was the author of House Enrolled Act (HEA) 1002, the ethics bill which passed in a bipartisan effort during the 2015 legislative session.


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