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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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"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.”

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In the midst of political uneasiness, let us all be reminded that Jesus Christ is the ruler of all the kings, presidents, chiefs, governors and prime ministers. Jesus reigns over ALL! #kingJesus #praythinkact #politics #vote #Christianlifestyle

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While the Millennial and Gen Z generations are going to be the largest voting bloc in the 2020 elections, they don't show up as much as older generations. Why is that? They are two generations of social justice warriors that share a desire to change the world, but sometimes they just need the right instruction. We sat down for a fascinating conversation with Pastor Jonathan Pokluda ( @jpokluda ) from Harris Creek Church in Waco, Texas who spent the last decade getting to know these generations. In his recent book, "Welcome to Adulting" he sheds light on navigating through the specifics in life such as faith, finances, friendship, and the future. Long before values and ideologies became political, they were biblical, and he's out to encourage and inspire the next generation toward a biblical worldview.

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There’s Black Friday, Cyber Monday, then there’s #GivingTuesday - the national day of charitable giving! Today, we're asking you to chip in to help equip and motivate a Christian voter to get to the polls in 2020. For roughly the cost of a cup of coffee, you'll enable My Faith Votes to equip one more Christian to vote! And that can bring tremendous influence to our nation. Will you rise up to the challenge to equip just one Christian to vote in 2020? Follow the link in bio to donate. We've broken down the cost to estimate that $3.20 helps My Faith Votes equip one Christian voter. When you equip one voter, that person will receive voter registration information, resources to understand how their faith has something essential to contribute to our nation, a Christian voter guide to learn how the candidates and issues align with their faith, specific ballot information, information on their polling location, and election reminders - so they don’t forget to show up and vote! #praythinkvote #give #vote #equip Follow the link in bio to donate.

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Christians you have been called to be set apart - sanctified. Because we wrestle with sin daily, sanctification is a day-by-day even moment-by-moment process. But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin. If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness (John 1:7-9). #sanctified #setapart #Christianlifestyle #dailyverse #biblereading #praythinkact

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