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Sen Katie Britt Alabama News
Britt urges Biden to take action against religious persecution in Nicaragua

For six months, lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle have called on President Joe Biden to pressure the Nicaraguan government into releasing from jail the 11 pastors connected to Mountain Gateway.

Ambassador at Large for Religious Freedom Rashad Hussain Alabama News
U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Religious Freedom calls on release of Mountain Gateway pastors

U.S. Ambassador-at-large Rashad Hussain is calling on the freeing of Mountain Gateway members in Nicaragua.

Mountain Gateway Pastors Alabama News
Barry Moore makes another plea to Congress for swift action against persecution of pastors in Nicaragua

U.S. Rep. Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) addressed House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) Friday from the House floor on behalf of Mountain Gateway, a non-profit that trains pastors and offers relief work in Latin American countries.

Mountain Gateway Pastors Alabama News
Mountain Gateway pastors wrongfully sentenced to prison in Nicaragua after hosting mass evangelical events

The 11 Mountain Gateway pastors arrested in Nicaragua in December have been sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison and have been ordered to pay over $80 million each in fines.

Tuberville and Britt Alabama News
Tuberville, Britt introduce resolution in connection to Mountain Gateway arrests in Nicaragua

U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) are among four senators who introduced a resolution condemning the Nicaraguan government’s treatment of 13 people associated with Mountain Gateway Christian ministry.

Tuberville Mountain Gateway Alabama News
Tuberville, Britt call for sanctions on Nicaragua following Mountain Gateway arrests

U.S. Sens. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) and Katie Britt (R-Montgomery) signed a letter to President Joe Biden asking for sanctions on Nicaragua over religious persecution. U.S. Sens. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) and Ted Cruz (R-Texas) also signed the letter.

Tuberville Mountain Gateway Alabama News
Tuberville meets with Alabama missionary group under attack from Nicaraguan government

U.S. Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Auburn) announced on Wednesday that he met with Jon Britton “Britt” and Audrey Hancock, the founders of Mountain Gateway, a Christian missionary organization that has served in North and Central America for more than a decade that has recently come under attack by the Nicaraguan government.

The Ingraham Angle Alabama News
'The War on Christianity': Mountain Gateway’s religious persecution case makes national headlines on Fox News Channel’s 'The Ingraham Angle'

Mountain Gateway founder Jon Britton Hancock was featured on “The Ingraham Angle” with Laura Ingraham Friday, explaining how his non-profit is being religiously persecuted in Nicaragua.

Mountain Gateway Alabama News
Congressmen from Alabama call on release of imprisoned Mountain Gateway pastors in Nicaragua

U.S. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Haleyville) is calling on the release of 11 pastors affiliated with Mountain Gateway, a non-profit organization operating in Nicaragua.

Barry Moore questions AG Garland Alabama News
Barry Moore leads resolution for immediate release of Nicaraguan pastors

On Friday, U.S. Rep Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) introduced a resolution condemning the imprisonment of 11 pastors in Nicaragua on what Moore says are trumped-up charges.

Westerman Alabama News
U.S. Rep. takes fight for imprisoned Mountain Gateway pastors to House floor

U.S. Rep. Bruce Westerman (R-Ark.) spoke in Washington, D.C. Wednesday on behalf of over a dozen people imprisoned by the Nicaraguan government.

Mountain Gateway Alabama News
'It's egregious': Mountain Gateway experiencing religious persecution in Nicaragua; Pastors, attorneys jailed

Spreading hope and the love of God is a mission one family from Alabama has been on for many years. Through blood, sweat, tears and dedication to the Word, Mountain Gateway works fiercely to serve those in need and has been doing so since 2006. Now, they are facing religious persecution, with their assets seized and members imprisoned without any way to communicate with the outside world.