What’s in a Name?

“Black Robe Regiment” was a backhanded British reference to the black Geneva gown worn by the American clergy in the pulpit, and acknowledgement of their leading role in the American War for Independence. The British blamed the Colonial Pulpit for “the Rebellion,” and rightfully so, for there is not a right asserted in the Declaration of Independence that had not been preached from colonial pulpits in the decades preceding the American Revolution.

Join or Die!

Not since the 18th Century has God’s call on clergy to enter the battle for the heart and soul of America been more obvious or urgent than it is today. We welcome pastors who read this and are fully-committed to preaching “the whole counsel of God,” (Acts 20:27) to join us.

Proverbs 6:16-19 reminds us:

There are six things the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him: a proud look, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wickedness, feet that are swift in running to evil, a false witness that speaks lies, and he who sows discord among brethren.

We believe there is an eighth evil that God abhors as much or more than these others – cowardice in the Pulpit.


How they Gave

The clergy didn’t only preach the political ideology in the Founding Charters, they practiced what they preached by fighting and leading brigades; some even paid the ultimate sacrifice in the War for Independence.

From the time the Pilgrims landed in Massachusetts 400 years ago, until the Johnson Amendment was added to the US Tax Code as §§ 501(c)(3), political sermons were commonplace in America, and a major factor in securing the Blessings of Liberty to current and future generations of Americans.


Rev. Bill Cook On The Revival Of The Black Robe Regiment Prominent During The American Revolution

Rev. Bill Cook’s speech at Health & Freedom Conference, 4/17/2021

National Jericho March, December 12, 2020

America is under attack. We the people spoke in the 2020 Election on November 3 and Donald J. Trump won in a landslide. But corrupt politicians and media in the U.S. and abroad conspired with big tech to steal our Election. The Church is living in a defining moment in history. If we desire Liberty to continue, we must rise up in unison and demand our country back.  Whether we win or lose will depend on how much we are willing sacrifice in exchange for freedom. If we are apathetic and indifferent, Liberty will be lost forever. America is a gift entrusted to us by our Creator. Our forefathers paid an immeasurable price to pass the blessings thereof on to us, expecting that we would do the same. Heaven help us if we prove unworthy of freedom. The Jericho March was born of a vision from God. We the people peacefully marched, prayed, and protested for election integrity, transparency and reform. Like our forefathers we must never give up, or God will hold us accountable. We believe in a God of miracles. Join us. Help us. Share. March. Pray. Donate.

Rev. Bill Cook at National Jericho March