Should Christian voters prepare to vote for the lesser of two evils in elections, or are pastors responsible to present a higher calling to their congregations? A series of videos from Rev. Cary K. Gordon provide common sense principles which have the potential to save our nation from the pitfalls presented by both evil alternatives. Rev. Gordon bases the "fresh plumb line" he presents not only on scripture, but on a brief glimpse into recent American history.
Should pastors nurture a climate of hope or a climate of despair in their congregations? If we recognize that preborn babies are precious to God, our responsibility to be "salt and light" requires us to seek to create a culture where their lives are protected. To resign ourselves to the inevitability of the slaughter of the innocent is to surrender to our enemy's stronghold.
Even in the midst of pro-abortion presidents and judges, our Constitution provides a strategy for ending the slaughter. A Constitutional Amendment for Life could be enacted without the involvement of our nation's executive or judicial branches.
by Pastor Erik Eskelund
"...Today would have been Laura's first Mothers' Day....
"...In the days and weeks following Laura's death, I wondered how many times I may have postponed speaking the truth in an attempt to first be loving. Call it tact, call it being 'winsome' or shrewd, but is it perhaps a misunderstanding of the severity of consequences and the power of prevention? It may be that I have not equated warning with love. Discipline with love. Boundaries with love. The answer, 'No!' with love.
"Since Laura's death, I have become much more bold....
Evangelist Franklin Graham has launched a nationwide Decision America tour to encourage Christians to take the 2016 elections seriously, saying “Our job as Christians is to make the impact of Christ felt in every phase of life—religious, social, economic, and political.”
“Unless America turns back to God and repents of its sin and experiences a spiritual revival, we will fail as a nation,” Graham said.
Explaining that an estimated 20 to 30 million evangelical Christians did not vote in the last elections, Graham is challenging Christians to sign a pledge to support "candidates who will uphold biblical principles, including the sanctity of life and the sacredness of marriage.."
For more details, visit www.DecisionAmericaTour.com