Faith Frontier

One Infinite Creator

We hold an unwavering faith in Our Creator who is infinite, gracious, loving, and present within all things. We understand that the universe is interconnected through a unified quantum field, reflecting a divine consciousness.

The Divine Incarnation

We acknowledge that the Creator's Son was born of a Virgin and led a miraculous life, culminating in His sacrificial death on the Cross to atone for the sins of the world. This act restored our spiritual estate and guides us back to a life of trust and faith.

Guidance of the Holy Spirit

Our paths are illuminated by the Holy Spirit, who inspires and guides us in faith, reinforcing our divine connections.

Recognition of Prepaid Grace

We recognize the divine provision that all things are prepaid by grace. We critique the debt-based financial systems that tie humanity to involuntary servitude to worldly things.

Economic and Spiritual Sovereignty

We affirm that true value is found in divine attention and awareness. We advocate for a currency system in Our Nation that reflects its blessed nature under God’s grace, insisting it be backed by tangible assets like gold and silver.

Ecclesiastical Insight

Our Ecclesiastical Deed Poll provides insights into the historical manipulations that have stripped individuals of their power and autonomy, advocating for a life within God's divine system rather than human-imposed structures.

Nature and Divinity

We assert that Nature is God and God is Nature. By respecting and preserving the natural world, we honor God Himself.

Sacred Covenant: Assertion and Preservation of Rights

Welcome to Frontier Forever, where our collective efforts shape a future guided by sacred rites and foundational values. As stewards of our shared mission, we believe in the transformative power of unity and purpose.

At the heart of our organization lies a profound reverence for the divine principles that govern our existence. We recognize that all rights are bestowed upon us by a higher power, and it is with this understanding that we embark on our journey together.

Now, let us solemnly affirm our commitment to these principles with our Sacred Covenant: Assertion and Preservation of Rights.

1. Autonomy: We reserve the right to govern ourselves independently, in accordance with our Faith and principles, including the administration of our affairs, selection of leaders, and determination of membership criteria.

2. Freedom of Association: We maintain the right to determine our own membership criteria and to admit or reject members based on adherence to our religious tenets and principles, while respecting applicable anti-discrimination laws.

3. Privacy: We uphold the privacy of our membership lists and internal affairs, recognizing the sacred trust bestowed upon us by our members.

4. Limited Liability: Members of our ecclesiastical foundation enjoy limited liability for the organization's actions, debts, and obligations, in accordance with the law and our governing documents.

5. Religious Freedom: We affirm our unyielding right to exercise our religious beliefs and practices freely, without undue interference or constraint, in worship, rituals, teachings, and charitable activities, as defined by the sacred freedom of conscience.

In exercising these rights, we humbly acknowledge and give all praise and glory to God the Most High, the creator of the earth, the heavens, the firmament, and the plane of life on which we exist. It is by His grace and guidance that we are empowered to fulfill our mission and serve our community with love, compassion, and devotion.

Frontier Forever is dedicated to securing our inherent birthright, focusing on the stewardship of a benevolent fund designed to serve the greater good. Through discernment and the engagement of wise counsel, our mission extends to providing diverse support for our community.

Central to our efforts are our integrated auxiliaries, each playing a crucial role in our ecosystem:

Together, we forge ahead, committed to a future where our community not only survives but thrives. We invite you to explore our initiatives and consider supporting our cause, as we continue to grow, trade, and prosper within the grace of God the Most High.

“The loss of liberty, to a generous mind, is worse than death. And yet we know that there have been those in all ages who for the sake of preferment, or some imaginary honor, have freely lent a helping hand to oppress, nay to destroy, their country.... This is what every man who values freedom ought to consider. He should act by judgment and not by affection or self-interest; for where those prevail, no ties of either country or kindred are regarded; as upon the other hand, the man who loves his country prefers its liberty to all other considerations, well knowing that without liberty life is a misery....” ― Andrew Hamilton

Honoring Saint Thomas Becket: 850th Anniversary of His Martyrdom

On December 28, 2020, President Donald J. Trump issued a proclamation commemorating the 850th anniversary of the martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket. The proclamation celebrates Becket’s enduring legacy as a stalwart defender of religious liberty and emphasizes his critical role in the historical development of church-state relations in the Western world. It invites Americans to reflect on the importance of religious freedom and to honor Becket’s sacrifice.

Proclamation Highlights:

Recognition of Thomas Becket:
Described as a statesman, scholar, chancellor, priest, archbishop, and a “lion of religious liberty,” Thomas Becket’s life and legacy are lauded for their profound impact on the principles of religious freedom.

Historical Impact: The proclamation notes that Becket’s martyrdom was a pivotal moment that led to significant constitutional limitations on the power of the state over the church in the West. This event precipitated the eventual drafting of the Magna Carta, which further enshrined the freedoms of the English church.


Call to Action: It reaffirms the U.S. commitment to ending religious persecution worldwide and highlights the importance of protecting the rights and freedoms​


ISSUED ON: DECEMBER


Today is the 850th anniversary of the martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket on December 29, 1170. Thomas Becket was a statesman, a scholar, a chancellor, a priest, an archbishop, and a lion of religious liberty.

 

Before the Magna Carta was drafted, before the right to free exercise of religion was enshrined as America’s first freedom in our glorious Constitution, Thomas gave his life so that, as he said, “the Church will attain liberty and peace.”

 

The son of a London sheriff and once described as “a low‑born clerk” by the King who had him killed, Thomas Becket rose to become the leader of the church in England. When the crown attempted to encroach upon the affairs of the house of God through the Constitutions of Clarendon, Thomas refused to sign the offending document. When the furious King Henry II threatened to hold him in contempt of royal authority and questioned why this “poor and humble” priest would dare defy him, Archbishop Becket responded “God is the supreme ruler, above Kings” and “we ought to obey God rather than men.”

 

Because Thomas would not assent to rendering the church subservient to the state, he was forced to forfeit all his property and flee his own country. Years later, after the intervention of the Pope, Becket was allowed to return — and continued to resist the King’s oppressive interferences into the life of the church. Finally, the King had enough of Thomas Becket’s stalwart defense of religious faith and reportedly exclaimed in consternation: “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?”

 

The King’s knights responded and rode to Canterbury Cathedral to deliver Thomas Becket an ultimatum: give in to the King’s demands or die. Thomas’s reply echoes around the world and across the ages. His last words on this earth were these: “For the name of Jesus and the protection of the Church, I am ready to embrace death.” Dressed in holy robes, Thomas was cut down where he stood inside the walls of his own church.

 

Thomas Becket’s martyrdom changed the course of history. It eventually brought about numerous constitutional limitations on the power of the state over the Church across the West. In England, Becket’s murder led to the Magna Carta’s declaration 45 years later that: “[T]he English church shall be free, and shall have its rights undiminished and its liberties unimpaired.”

 

When the Archbishop refused to allow the King to interfere in the affairs of the Church, Thomas Becket stood at the intersection of church and state. That stand, after centuries of state-sponsored religious oppression and religious wars throughout Europe, eventually led to the establishment of religious liberty in the New World. It is because of great men like Thomas Becket that the first American President George Washington could proclaim more than 600 years later that, in the United States, “All possess alike liberty of conscience and immunities of citizenship” and that “it is now no more that toleration is spoken of, as if it was by the indulgence of one class of people, that another enjoyed the exercise of their inherent natural rights.”

 

Thomas Becket’s death serves as a powerful and timeless reminder to every American that our freedom from religious persecution is not a mere luxury or accident of history, but rather an essential element of our liberty. It is our priceless treasure and inheritance. And it was bought with the blood of martyrs.

 

As Americans, we were first united by our belief that “rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God” and that defending liberty is more important than life itself. If we are to continue to be the land of the free, no government official, no governor, no bureaucrat, no judge, and no legislator must be allowed to decree what is orthodox in matters of religion or to require religious believers to violate their consciences. No right is more fundamental to a peaceful, prosperous, and virtuous society than the right to follow one’s religious convictions. As I declared in Krasiński Square in Warsaw, Poland on July 6, 2017, the people of America and the people of the world still cry out: “We want God.”

 

On this day, we celebrate and revere Thomas Becket’s courageous stand for religious liberty and we reaffirm our call to end religious persecution worldwide. In my historic address to the United Nations last year, I made clear that America stands with believers in every country who ask only for the freedom to live according to the faith that is within their own hearts. I also stated that global bureaucrats have absolutely no business attacking the sovereignty of nations that wish to protect innocent life, reflecting the belief held by the United States and many other countries that every child — born and unborn — is a sacred gift from God. Earlier this year, I signed an Executive Order to prioritize religious freedom as a core dimension of United States foreign policy. We have directed every Ambassador — and the over 13,000 United States Foreign Service officers and specialists — in more than 195 countries to promote, defend, and support religious freedom as a central pillar of American diplomacy.

 

We pray for religious believers everywhere who suffer persecution for their faith. We especially pray for their brave and inspiring shepherds — like Cardinal Joseph Zen of Hong Kong and Pastor Wang Yi of Chengdu — who are tireless witnesses to hope.

 

To honor Thomas Becket’s memory, the crimes against people of faith must stop, prisoners of conscience must be released, laws restricting freedom of religion and belief must be repealed, and the vulnerable, the defenseless, and the oppressed must be protected. The tyranny and murder that shocked the conscience of the Middle Ages must never be allowed to happen again. As long as America stands, we will always defend religious liberty.

 

A society without religion cannot prosper. A nation without faith cannot endure — because justice, goodness, and peace cannot prevail without the grace of God.

NOW, THEREFORE, I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States, do hereby proclaim December 29, 2020, as the 850th anniversary of the martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket. I invite the people of the United States to observe the day in schools and churches and customary places of meeting with appropriate ceremonies in commemoration of the life and legacy of Thomas Becket.

 

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand this twenty-eighth day of December, in the year of our Lord two thousand twenty, and of the Independence of the United States of America the two hundred and forty-fifth.

DONALD J. TRUMP

“Guardians of the High Frontier.”