The Christian Employers Alliance (CEA) announced Saturday that it will launch its first state-level chapter in Ohio after a kick-off event scheduled for May 6.
The organization was founded when the Little Sisters of the Poor and other religious organizations were forced to defend their freedom of faith and conscience against the Obama-era Department of Health & Human Services (HHS).
In the wake of the years-long court battle, a national network of business owners launched the Christian Employers Alliance, a national network of “Christian business owners who are committed to running their businesses in line with their faith, serving their hopeful worldview in word and deed.”
On Saturday, the organization announced that it would be starting a state chapter in Ohio and holding a kick-off event on May 6, which will feature several prominent speakers, including Ohio Rep. Warren Davidson (R-OH-08) and Citizens for Community Values President Aaron Baer.
“Christian business owners face unique and increasing challenges in America today,” the group said in a press release. “Christian business owners in Ohio are coming together to launch CEA’s first state chapter.”
According to the press release, the organization will help business owners “connect with other Christian business owners throughout Ohio” and “find out about the legal and policy challenges facing Christian business owners and what can be done about it.”
Other speakers for the event include Vice President of Procter & Gamble Nathan Estruth and former Vice President of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce Beau Euton.
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Photo “Nathan Estruth (Left)” and Photo “Warren Davidson (Right).”