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From the Pulpit to the Polls: Political Pastors Return to America’s Roots in Running for Office

Several weeks ago, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and American Renewal Project’s founder David Lane invited 100,000 ministers to consider running for elected office in 2016. From becoming a city council or school board member, to becoming a county commissioner, mayor, … Continue reading

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Should Pastors Run for Political Office? [VIDEO]

Pastors have the unique opportunity, more than anyone else, to “make America great again.” In his 1958 book, Stride Toward Freedom, Martin Luther King, Jr. argued that pastors must play a critical role in politics. While pastoring the Montgomery Alabama Dexter … Continue reading

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Jesus Isn’t On The Ballot in 2016, But These Christians Pastors and Leaders Are [VIDEO]

David Lane, the founder of the American Renewal Project, argues, “Jesus Christ is not on the ballot in 2016.” Debunking a recent article published by the Christian Post (Leading Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore says Christians should vote for third-party or write-in candidates … Continue reading

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Hundreds of Christians Are Running for Office, Inspired by Leaders on the Left Coast [VIDEO]

Several hundred Christians pastors and leaders are running for office this fall, in addition to those who’ve already run for local office. One of their biggest encouragers and inspiration is a pastor from the Left Coast state of California. Calvary Chapel’s Pastor Rob McCoy ran … Continue reading

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