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Jan 22, 2020

Trump Fighting to Put Prayer Back in Schools: 'We Will Not Allow Faithful Americans to Be Bullied'

260 Million Christians Were Affected by Extreme Levels of Persecution in 2019

Most Evangelicals Say Churches Should Discuss Politics, Pew Shows

Trump Legal Team Plays Offense as Impeachment Trial Begins with Bitter Dispute Over Rules

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On the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, My Faith Votes gathered alongside hundreds of thousands of pro-life supporters in Washington DC to stand for life. We marched down Constitution Avenue to the steps of the Supreme Court armed with a new approach to the anti-abortion movement -- pro-life is pro-science.

SCOTUS Watch | Jan 10, 2020

The 2020 Supreme Court session kicks off on January 13. The court will hear oral arguments for eight cases this month, including one case that is monumental for religious freedom. In this month's SCOTUS Watch, we have highlighted three cases that are worth noting.

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There are 90 million Christians in America, but as many as 25 million fail to vote in the Presidential cycle. As many as 72 million do not vote in local elections. We’re determined to change that.

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The impeachment trial as a Rorschach test: Three rules of engagement for Christians

SCOTUS Watch | Jan 10, 2020

The 2020 Supreme Court session kicks off on January 13. The court will hear oral arguments for eight cases this month, including one case that is monumental for religious freedom. In this month's SCOTUS Watch, we have highlighted three cases that are worth noting.

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"My goal is simple - to see every single Christian in America show up for every single election to make their voices heard. It's time for people of faith to step up to the plate and lead our nation."

Mike Huckabee, My Faith Votes Honorary National Chairman



“What I love about My Faith Votes is that it helps people to recognize that being a person of faith does not delete the responsibility to take part in the society in which you’re living.”

Dr. Ben Carson, My Faith Votes Founding Honorary Chairman



"“In an election year, part of your Christianity is going to the voting booth and making a selection. It is our right as Americans, and it is our sacred responsibility as Christians.”

Dr. David Jeremiah, Turning Point Ministries


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We don't need the permission of 9 justices to stop murdering babies. It's going to take more than legislation changes. It's going to take heart changes, and that starts with the church. As believers, you have endless opportunities to roll-up your sleeves and start making a pro-life impact on culture. We’ve compiled a list of ideas to get you started. If we all take action, we can change our communities and transform our nation’s culture. See the link in bio. #myfaithvotes #myfaithcares #prolifegen #whywemarch #marchforlife #abortion #praythinkact

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Today, we honor and remember the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and we believe the best way to honor his legacy is to emulate his example. We had a moment with Alveda King, niece of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and asked what might MLK say to today's youth?

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Today, we honor and remember the legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. With a burning, righteous conviction Rev. King called America to account for centuries-old systems of abuse, racism, and inequality. Faith undergirded and amplified his prophetic voice as he bid Americans of every faith, color, stripe, and creed to walk shoulder-to-shoulder into a promised land of unity. We believe the best way to honor his legacy is to emulate his example. Rev. King challenged #Christians to be ambassadors for Kingdom principles, and it’s a charge that is still applicable to believers today. “We are sent out as pioneers to imbue an unchristian world with the ideals and way of living of a higher order and a more noble realm. Even though we live in the colony of time we are ultimately responsible to the empire of eternity. In other words, as Christians we must never give our ultimate loyalty to any time-bound custom or idea of earth. There is a higher reality at the heart of our universe to which we must be conformed—God and his kingdom of love.” Just as Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was called to bring biblical principles forward in his generation, we are called to be advocates of God’s principles in ours. #MLK #praythinkact #Christianlifestyle #kingdomonearth #dailyintheword

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Remove our hearts of selfishness, Lord. Give us your eyes of concern and your heart of compassion. #doright #seekjustice #lovemercy #walkhumbly #lovethyneighbor

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