Kim Davis Honored for Loyalty to Christian Values at Religious Broadcasters Event

Feb 25, 2016

Kim Davis, the Rowan County Clerk who was jailed for her Christian faith and her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, received the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) President's Award for her faithful commitment to Christian values despite political and media opposition. Last year this award went to the wife of a pastor, jailed in Iran for his Christian faith.

Tomorrow Kim Davis will receive the Heroine of the Faith award for her courage from Bott Radio Network, a Christian radio network with more than 100 stations nationwide that reaches more than 50 million people.

Our client, Kim Davis, has been an encouragement to us and to everyone she meets, showing how completely God can transform a life and use it incredibly beyond what you can imagine, ask, or think. We are thankful to Jesus Christ for transforming lives. What you see in Kim is a woman whose life was transformed by Jesus, and she will not be unfaithful to our Lord, and that's why she was there.

Kim Davis is still in the process of a legal battle in Kentucky, where her case is pending. There has been victory after victory for our client, however there still remains her court case that we are continuing to fight for clarification of the religious freedom of all county clerks and for all citizens’ First Amendment freedoms.