Don’t believe what the world is trying to tell you. You have many more rights to share your faith in the workplace in the United States than you would imagine. Attorney and legal expert Brad Dacus discusses ways that Christians can share their faith in the workplace, such as displaying religious items on their desks, inviting co-workers to church, reading the Bible during breaks, and praying at their desks.

He notes that these rights apply to both government and private employers, and encourages Christians to be proactive in exercising their rights.

It’s not about living a life that’s easy. It’s about living a life that is fruitful and glorifying to the Lord. And, there is an opportunity for each of us to experience this in the workplace.

Brad Dacus


Brad Dacus


Brad Dacus earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law. With a fervent dedication to constitutional rights, Brad founded the Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) in 1997. PJI has since grown into one of the largest Christian non-profit organizations, offering legal—free of
charge—services to defend faith and family.

Brad has made numerous appearances on a variety of platforms, including FOX News, The Epoch Times, Good Morning America, and Tucker Carlson Tonight. Presently, Brad hosts PJI’s newest TV show, “Faith and Law” which is broadcast on networks and streaming platforms
across the country, including SalemNOW, NRB TV, American Faith, and more.

He also hosts, “Brad Dacus Live” which can be watched Monday through Thursday on Hischannel.com. With a reach spanning over 1,000 radio stations, Brad is a regular voice on the “Dacus Report,” and
delivers a succinct legal commentary, “The Legal Edge”; broadcasted on more than 800 radio stations weekly.

Addressing legislation that impacts religious freedom and parent’s rights, Brad has testified before the US House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., and has also testified on several occasions before the California State Legislature. Today, he visits and speaks at many churches, conferences, graduations, and conventions across the United States.