The First Thing Americans Did on D-Day
As word of the invasion began to disseminate across the airwaves in the US, Americans began to pray. Keith Huxen, a senior director at the National World War II Museum explains: “The reaction of many Americans, whenever they found out what was happening that day, was to attend religious services. Churches and synagogues were reportedly packed across the country.”
A Conversation with Pastor Corey Brooks: Rooftop Revelations in Chicago's Worst Neighborhood
He's been living on a rooftop for over 100 days in Chicago's worst neighborhood. Find out why!
CEO of My Faith Votes: 'President Biden has disregarded the Constitution and shaken our nation's foundation by stealing our freedoms out from under us'
No person should ever be subjected to harassment, coercion, or sanctions for making an informed, voluntary decision in regard to vaccines that have not been tested for their long-term impact. Government overreach has hit the tipping point.
7 STEPS TO HOSTING A PRAYER VIGIL
Encourage your church or small group to hold a special prayer vigil on Wednesday, September 1. Here are simple instructions on how you can host a prayer vigil. The Body of Christ needs to wage spiritual war against the plans of the enemy seeking only to kill and destroy.
5 PRAYER PRIORITIES FOR THE NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER: 2021
On Thursday, May 6, The National Day of Prayer celebrates 70 years of prayer for America. Originally signed into law in 1952, the National Day of Prayer is a day set aside to pray for our nation.
A First-hand Perspective On: Immigration
Her family has owned land on the Texas/Mexico border for 100 years. This is what they are experiencing right now.
Justice, What's Right and the Standard of Truth
Today, we see people fighting for “justice” who have different definitions of what’s “right” because they don’t agree on the standard of truth.
The struggle of social distancing and service
2020 has introduced a new term to our social lexicon -- “social distancing.” And it turns out social distancing is a really destructive response to a really destructive disease.
My Faith Votes Conversation with Dr. David Jeremiah
Watch our conversation with Dr. David Jeremiah about facing fear with faith in this unprecedented coronavirus pandemic.
A Prayer For My Son
In our culture, the role of a father in a child's life has been diminished and devalued. And if we as Christian fathers hope to buck the trend and live up to the calling God has asked of us in fatherhood, then we must pray faithfully and fervently for our children. Here is a prayer I've written for one of my sons.
Immigration Solutions or Political Games?
The politics in Washington D.C. are raging at an all-time high. It’s becoming difficult to distinguish between our representatives who serve on Capitol Hill and actors in a drama.
Lifting Up the Poor
In politics, we hear comparisons between the haves and the have-nots. The wealthy and the poor. The one percent and the lower class. We’ve listened to the calls for wealth redistribution, free college and Medicare for all. And this rhetoric will only continue to increase.
My Faith Votes Applauds Bipartisan Effort in ‘Fighting for the Vulnerable’
There is no greater purpose than for our leaders to uphold the dignity of every person, and this legislation is a fantastic step forward in the fight to protect the life and liberty of those threatened by sexual exploitation.
Dr. Carson's New HUD Initiative
In early December Dr. Carson, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former National Honorary Chairman of My Faith Votes announced a new initiative within HUD that should excite the community of faith.
My Faith Votes Calls for Unity after Attack on Congressional Leaders, Including Majority Whip Steve Scalise
Let’s then set anger aside from both our mouths and our hearts, and instead let’s seek peace and the common good. America is strongest when, in the midst of our diversity and differences, we can still come together.
George Barna: Worldview And The State Of The Church (Video)
What does it mean to have a biblical worldview? Do the majority of Americans hold a biblical worldview? George Barna of the American Culture & Faith Institute recently conducted a massive research study on this topic, and the results may surprise you.
To Ban Or Not To Ban?
Looking back over the last many months of electrifying and sometimes offensive comments made by many in the media and political spheres regarding the refugee issue, it is no surprise how the issue of the refugee and travel ban has become so emotional and sensitive. From a Christian perspective, it really is a difficult topic to navigate.