What about abortion? Should this one issue determine how Christians vote?
From Walter Kim, President, National Association of Evangelicals Dear friends, For U.S. citizens, the next couple weeks have many of us focused on one of the fundamental responsibilities of our citizenship: to vote, electing our governmental leaders. The right to vote is a significant responsibility – one not available to all people in our world … Continue reading Voting as Faithful Stewardship
It is important to love one’s neighbor — but in America, individual freedom is often more prized than biblical admonitions.
Sometimes God calms the storm, but other times the ship goes down. We need to represent Christ in either case.
Here is a statement from The National Association of Evangelicals that I can get behind. -JB As evangelical Christians, we are called by Jesus to love God and to love our neighbor. As citizens who follow this call, we must engage with humility, civility, intellectual rigor and honesty in the complex and contentious social issues that … Continue reading For the Health of the Nation
I went to the polling place to cast my votes, and ended up casting non-partisan prayers for all the candidates. As I stood over that ballot with pen in hand, looking at all the names and offices, tears dropped down indiscriminately on the ovals below. I turned that little space into a prayer closet and portal to the King of Kings.