As we approach another Election Day this Tuesday, May 17th, it is critical to understand and respond to the various issues that are at the forefront of our society and culture.
Our country is experiencing a crisis of faith in which children are being bombarded with radical indoctrination and absolute truths are widely rejected.
Ultimate authority has been given to one’s feelings rather than one’s Maker, and we are descending down a slippery slope that ends in complete chaos.
The good news is that our country’s decline is reversible because we serve a God for whom nothing is impossible. However, it will take bold action, intentional stewardship, and committed involvement from Christians.
Now more than ever, it’s vital that we use our votes to honor God and elect leaders who will honor His design.
This is why PA Family Institute partnered with Life Center to host the Values Voter Summit on May 11th. The event included great panelists who gave in-depth knowledge and perspectives on what the posture of the church must be in the face of these polarizing issues.
Pastor Charles Stock, PA Family’s Michael Geer, Pastor Joe Green, State Rep. Andrew Lewis and Joseph Backholm had an informative and encouraging conversation on the role of liberty and righteousness in our government, leftist indoctrination in our schools, abortion, how to honor God with our vote, and much more.
Our job is to make the biblical worldview known “through our votes, our actions, and our interactions,” said Life Center senior pastor Dr. Charles Stock. Informing ourselves on the issues of our time is the first step toward making a difference in our communities.
Watch the full event here.
Pennsylvania’s primary election will take place on May 17 and the general election is on November 8. Use PaFamilyVoter.com to get your personalized voter guide to learn about each candidate and ensure that your vote is supporting biblical principles.