"On all these issues he's been there before nearly anybody else".
"Religious Freedom is the first freedom", Brownback wrote on Twitter. "Our prayers are with him".
Brownback converted to Catholicism in 2002, after years of being a mainline Protestant and then an evangelical. His religious devotion has led him to crusade for helping the poor in struggling nations. He served on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
"This gives us a unique spokesman on these critical issues to Christians and people who are concerned about religious freedom around the world", Curry told CBN News.
If confirmed by the US Senate, Brownback will serve as the head of the Office of International Religious Freedom within the State Department, which is charged with promoting religious freedom as a key objective of US.
"He has my prayers and pledge of full cooperation, and I look forward to working with him in the years ahead", Moore continued.
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Brownback, 60, is no stranger to Washington having served in the United States Senate from 1996 to 2011, and one term in the United States House of Representatives prior to that.
Kansas, under Brownback's direction, moved much more slowly than other states to recognize marriages by same-sex couples after the Supreme Court ruled in 2015.
The law requires the USA government to take action against religious freedom violators. However, Johnson Cook proved to be a controversial choice and later resigned, providing a "sense of hope" among advocates at a second chance. The fifth and current ambassador-at-large is Rabbi David Saperstein, the first non-Christian to serve in the post.
Mr. Estabrook said he thought that Governor Brownback entered office expecting to begin a presidential campaign based on a tax-slashing conservative model and that he refused to change course when the results he anticipated did not materialize. The president is given some flexibility on the actions he must take and the punishment choices range from public ostracism to economic sanctions. "Because these issues are central to what's going on around the world". Several people declined to comment because they wanted to know more. "It became a subset of the human rights bureau".
Rodriguez added: 'By appointing a sitting governor, this administration has elevated the importance of the position within the Department of State and has sent a powerful signal to the world that the United States is serious about preserving and defending the religious liberties of all believers.