I would like some clarification on the rules for an Embassy but some explanation is required first. I do love my country (USA) and I also am an Army Vet. So the following is not meant to be disrespectful. I am a preacher for a Church with one flag pole. since technically Churches are Embassies representing a foreign country, The Kingdom of God or Kingdom of Light and Jesus is that counties reigning sovereign, the King. And anywhere in the world that a Church exists it functions as an embassy and its (the churches) members as dignitaries and ambassadors. With this understanding I have since election day last year flown both the Church flag and the USA flag on the same pole with the Church flag above the National flag. As would be expected i have been getting some comments saying this is against flag protocol. (some rather heated too as you might expect, i love patriotism) I have read in other posts here and on other sites saying the only time one nation's flag can be flown above another nations is during times of war. (i kind of think when some of our own high up dignitaries declared "America is not a Christian Nation" they were making a declaration of war. Please do not think me radical in this i really am a patriot to both countries of which i hold citizenship in both and because i am a Christian i am a better American. (by the very dictates of Scripture i am required to be. ) So what do you think?