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06/01/2015
Ten Commandments Ga Elects Dr. Tom Rush as New President

05/08/2012
Governor Nathan Deal Signs Amended Historical Display Law

06/23/2011
Historical Documents Posted in Jeff Davis County

02/22/2010
Historical Display Goes Up in Sumter County

10/27/2009
Historical Display Approved in Madison County

05/14/2009
More Displays Set To Go Up In White County

02/03/2009
More Displays Set To Go Up

02/29/2008
Historical Display Goes Up in Lee County

12/05/2007
Two More Historical Displays are Approved in the State

11/30/2007
Historical Display to go up in Dougherty Courthouse

01/11/2007
Historical Displays Ready for Distribution

TEN COMMANDMENTS-GA PRESS RELEASE 06/01/2015

"Ten Commandments Ga Elects Dr. Tom Rush as New President"


Ten Commandments Ga Elects Dr. Tom Rush as New President
Contact: Tom Rush, President, Ten Commandments Ga. (TC-Ga), 678-993-9461


HARTWELL, Georgia, May 27, 2015---Ten Commandments Georgia (TC-Ga) has elected Dr. Tom Rush as President of the Board of Trustees.

TC-Ga’s board met this week to elect a new board chairman to replace Dr. Jody Hice who has, since the first of the year, become a US Congressman, representing Georgia’s 10th District. Dr. Hice was the founder of TC-Ga in 2003 when the ACLU sued the Barrow County Board of Commissioners to force removal of a Ten Commandments display from the Courthouse. Dr. Hice founded Ten Commandments – Georgia, Inc. to assist in supporting the county’s legal defense.
Dr. Rush, who has been a member of the board for a number of years, will continue to be dedicated to the tasks of educating Georgians about the Ten Commandments, encouraging the public display of historical documents and communicating the importance of our First Amendment rights.

“Dr. Rush has a passion for the cause of righteousness and his relentless faithfulness to 'stand in the gap' is undeniable,” said Congressman Hice. “I believe he will make an outstanding President at this time.”

Rush presently serves as the Senior Pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Social Circle, Ga. In addition to his church and denominational service, Rush has also had a distinguished career as a Military Chaplain in both the Navy and the Air Force. In 2005 he retired from the Air Force after 28 years of service to his country.

“As the new president, Dr. Rush will be challenging citizens to acknowledge God through knowing, obeying, and displaying the Ten Commandments, thereby restoring a common moral code based upon God's laws and the founding philosophy of our country,” Congressman Hice added.

TC-Ga has given leadership in the state by promoting a bill signed into law (May 7, 2012) by Governor Nathan Deal that amended a 2006 law that allowed the posting of 9 historical documents, including a copy of the Ten Commandments, in Courthouses. The new law allows “The Foundations of American Law & Government Display” to be posted in ‘all’ public buildings! http://www1.legis.ga.gov/legis/2011_12/sum/hb766.htm

President Rush is available to make presentations to churches, schools, and community organizations about the importance of the Ten Commandments and the history of our country’s Judeo-Christian heritage.

More info about TC-Ga can be found on their website at www.tencommandmentsga.org