Merry Christmas.

It's okay to say it.™


Christmas is a cherished time of year when Americans come together and celebrate something bigger than ourselves, something that has united us for generations.  An event that is the center of all history—the birth of Jesus Christ. 

Surveys show that 95% of Americans celebrate Christmas. Yet in past years, due to political correctness, disinformation, and even the threat of lawsuits from the ACLU and its allies, religious expression at Christmastime was becoming increasingly absent from the public square. 

For this reason, the Alliance Defense Fund launched its annual national Christmas Project™ to spread the message, “Merry Christmas.  It’s okay to say it. ADF works year-round to preserve and protect our religious liberties, including the right to…

...sing Christmas carols at school
...pass out candy canes to classmates
...call it “Christmas vacation”
...sponsor a nativity scene on public property
...say “Merry Christmas”


Thanks to the faithful prayers and generous support of TheWordOut.Net ministry friends, the Christmas Project has been tremendously successful.  In communities across the country, employers, officials, and administrators have backtracked from their anti-“Christmas” positions, and even the American Civil Liberties Union has been silent about its resistance in the wake of such overwhelming public enthusiasm for our position.

  • 69% of Americans now use the “Merry Christmas” greeting compared to 56% previously.
  • 61% of Americans now oppose generic “Happy Holiday” greetings, compared to 44% in 2004.
  • 69% of Americans prefer “Merry Christmas” over “Happy Holidays.”
               See more survey results here… 

Because America has made such strides in the effort to reclaim Christmas, we will be able to move into a more supportive role this Christmas season, and will not be initiating a full-fledged campaign.  But rest assured, we will be alert and as ready as ever to take action to protect your right to celebrate Christmas. Meanwhile, please continue to publicly proclaim the message of Christmas in your community. 

TheWordOut.Net wants all Americans to know the Truth—that they have the freedom to celebrate Christmas publicly, joyfully, and without fear—for generations to come!