As recent trends have shown, many Christians are voting—but not from a Christian perspective. There are many reasons for this, including the fact that too many pulpits in Bible-believing churches have gone silent on issues that are considered “political.”
As a result, many Christians are confused. They desire to be charitable towards their neighbor. But they sometimes misunderstand how this is to take place, and, as a result, they vote for political candidates who advocate more and bigger government in the name of “compassion.” Continue reading
A pastor I know recently told me that he was criticized for being “too political.” He has heard similar indictments throughout his ministry, he said.
Today he leads a major ministry in America and battles daily for the right of pastors to speak—so that believers can speak. His prophetic word upsets the establishment. Continue reading