My Faith Votes moves people of faith from pews to polls with 100k+ church outreach campaign
Campaign alerts 100,000+ pastors to key ballot issues in their states including abortion and marijuana.
A Conversation with Lt. Col. Allen West: What's At Stake
With over 100,000 elections taking place in 2022, there is a lot at stake for our communities, states, and nation this year. Jason Yates, My Faith Votes CEO, candidly talks with Lt. Col. Allen West about the critical upcoming Midterm Election...and that it all boils down to individual rights.
A Conversation with Ken Ham: Why Understanding Genesis is Foundational to the Christian Worldview
If we truly understand what it means to think correctly as Christians, our worldview has a position on everything. We may not know all the details, but we have a position because we start with the authority of the word of God. And that foundation comes from Genesis 1 to 11. In this insightful conversation between Ken and My Faith Votes, CEO, Jason Yates, Ken brings simple clarity and bold authority to issues we are facing both in culture and within the church. Issues like abortion, racism, gender, and marriage and questions like “How can there be a loving God if there is death and suffering in the world?”
My Faith Votes CEO Jason Yates: ‘Coach Kennedy is a courageous man of faith who is not ashamed.’
A Conversation with Dave Kubal: What's the Difference between Prayer and Intercession?
What’s the difference between prayer and intercession? And does community impact the effectiveness of prayer? Jason Yates, CEO of My Faith Votes, has a candid conversation with Dave Kubal, President of Intercessors for America, about the power of prayer and how there has been an obvious acceleration of people wanting to come together to pray and act on behalf of our nation in the last few years.
My Faith Votes joins coalition urging Supreme Court to hear crucial religious freedom case
My Faith Votes strongly recommends the court uphold their responsibility to “protect the ability of teachers and other government employees to express their protected First Amendment right to engage in private religious expression without fear of government retribution or Establishment Clause violation.”
A Conversation with Os Guinness: Why is America Divided?
Everyone knows America is divided -- but why? Our conversation with Os Guinness dives into a fascinating look at how our current cancel-culture, the sexual revolution, and Critical Race Theory stem from the French Revolution in the late 1700s.
A Conversation with Brad Dacus: Religious Freedom and Vaccine Mandates
Brad Dacus updates us on the latest attacks on religious freedom and where victories have been won. We also discussed vaccine mandates and how Christians can effectively engage in making an impact on biblical values.
If we desire a more perfect union, then we need to read the Constitution -Mike Huckabee
The title deed to our freedom is in this extraordinary document called the Constitution. In our current political climate, I am confident that many of our judges and members of Congress have not even read the contents of that deed. But that's no excuse for us.
A Conversation with Mike Pompeo
He is one of the fiercest advocates for religious freedom in the world and besides his work as Secretary of State, CIA Director, and Congressman, Mike Pompeo is a devoted follower of Jesus Christ and believes in the importance of Christians engaging in the public square.
A Conversation with Christian Baker, Jack Phillips
Our conversation goes beyond the inflammatory headlines and gives you a deeper and important look into Jack’s life, his legal battles, and why his case affects every American’s civil rights and religious freedom.
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.
ACTION ALERT: Federal Government Seeking to Take Over Elections
A dangerous bill introduced in Congress, known as For the People Act, (H.R. 1 in the House and S1 in the Senate) would federalize the election process. We urge you to use our simple tool and send a note to your representatives in Congress urging them to oppose this legislation and keep election power in the states' hands.
A Prayer for America
Lord, this is a dark and dangerous time for our country. Our politics is full of hate, and it is spilling over in how we think of and treat each other.
SCOTUS Watch | July 10, 2020
SCOTUS finished the current session’s term this week and has issued several significant rulings in the last two weeks. We will be taking a look at the Court’s recent rulings, three cases this week, and four cases next week, breaking them down to understand the substantial impact of each one.
Why You Should Worry About the Supreme Court’s Disturbing Ruling on the First Amendment
Just before the stroke of midnight on May 29, while protests and riots against the murder of George Floyd raged across America, the Supreme Court issued one of this year’s most important rulings on the First Amendment.
The Decline of Christian Values is a Danger to America
On this Flag Day, we are in another battle against the ultimate oppressor. Because what makes this nation so different is that this nation is rooted in the belief that our ultimate freedom comes from God, not the government. As Christianity declines and people lose sight of these truths, we are in serious danger.
My Faith Votes Conversation with Pastor Robert Morgan
Watch our conversation with Pastor Robert Morgan about how the Bible played a critical role throughout our nation's history.
Coronavirus is redefining the words ‘church’ and ‘worship’
For my congregation, the church isn’t a building and worship isn’t a one-hour-per-week activity.
Franklin Graham Has Been Canceled
Franklin Graham has been canceled. The famous son of America’s most famous evangelist, Billy Graham, had a series of summer crusades scheduled in the UK. But starting a couple of weeks ago, the venues began to ban him from speaking due to his supposed Islamophobia and homophobia.
So, What Do You Think about Christianity Today’s Editorial?
One week ago, Christianity Today (CT) published a column that sent the Christian community into a frenzy. The publication’s Editor in Chief, Mark Galli, authored an editorial that described the President as “profoundly immoral” and called for his removal from office. Twitter lit up. Counter opinions were swiftly published, including at another publication, The Christian Post, which took the exact opposite position in its own editorial..
Freedom Wins in Court Ruling
On September 17, 2019, front page headlines in the Arizona Republic read: “LGBTQ decision goes against city.” The complaint concerned the AZ Supreme Court’s ruling that the business Brush and Nib Studio cannot be forced to create custom wedding invitations to same-sex couples.
The Dangerous Business of Proclaiming Christ
True Christians in the West are by default becoming more and more distinct from the surrounding culture. As the culture quickly slips into neo-paganism, proclaiming Christ is becoming more and more dangerous and offensive. This can have a devastating effect on our relationships, our reputations, and even our jobs.
Religious Freedom and Its Power to Unite Christians
“It is religion and morality alone which can establish the principles upon which freedom can securely stand,” said John Adams, second President of the United States.
Critical Updates from the Religious Freedom Summit
My Faith Votes was honored to have our Chairman Sealy Yates attend the Second Annual Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom Summit in Washington D.C last week. We talked with Sealy to learn more about the event, the critical takeaways for Christians, and how we can speak out on behalf of the persecuted and the voiceless across the world. Read our full conversation below.
A Reminder To Us All This Independence Day
It’s one of my favorite times of the year. Parades, picnics, fireworks and all things red, white and blue to mark America’s birthday. Growing up in a farming community in the Midwest, summertime meant plenty of hometown parades to celebrate our American pride and values. As a child, I loved all the sights and sounds.
A Q&A with Dennis Prager: God Will Ask You Why You Didn’t Vote
A few weeks ago My Faith Votes sat down with Dennis Prager, the leading conservative radio host, author and co-founder of Prager University. The wide-ranging conversation, which you can view here, touched on the political and cultural divide in America, how the ideology of the Left constitutes a godless religion that has infiltrated society’s core, raising boys in today’s culture and Big Tech’s biased censorship of over 100 PragerU videos.
A Message from President James A. Garfield for this Memorial Day
In 1868 Congressman James A. Garfield, who would later become the 20th president of the United States, gave a speech on “Decorations Day” at Arlington National Cemetery, the day we now refer to as Memorial Day.
We Must Stand with Israel When Rockets Fly
Last week, Israel was pounded by what seemed like an endless stream of rocket attacks. The explosions and bloodshed serve as a reminder that our ally is an island of freedom in a sea of turmoil. Now, as always, the only flourishing democracy in the Middle East needs our unwavering support.
Removing George Washington
George Washington High School, which is part of the San Francisco Unified School District, has voted to remove two 83-year-old murals depicting (ironically) the life of George Washington because of complaints that their depictions of African-American slaves working in the fields and a slain Native American in the West were offensive and might “traumatize” students and community members.
ISIS Reduced to Memes
While the cause of the Notre Dame Cathedral fire is still under investigation, officials say that so far, there is no evidence of terrorism or arson. The most likely cause was an accident sparked by flammable chemicals from a restoration project. That didn’t stop ISIS from quickly creating an Internet meme mocking the loss and celebrating the pain it inflicted on Christians.
Notre Dame Update
It now appears that thanks to brilliant Old World construction, brave firefighters and perhaps miraculous intervention, much less of Notre Dame Cathedral was destroyed than was first feared. The worst damage seems to have been contained to the spire and roof.
A Conversation With Michele Bachmann
Jason Yates, My Faith Votes, recently sat down with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, former Congresswoman from Minnesota and former Presidential candidate, to glean her insight on the cultural moment we are living in and how Christians can bring biblical answers to our communities.
Judge Kavanaugh Statement
Jason Yates, CEO of My Faith Votes, releases a statement in response to President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.
DOJ Announcement of the Place to Worship Initiative
My Faith Votes releases the following statement in support of the “Place to Worship Initiative,” which will focus on protecting the ability of houses of worship and other religious institutions to build, expand, buy, or rent facilities
Fate of the Johnson Amendment Soon To Be Decided
Congress will be in conference to negotiate and reconcile the differences in their two tax bills. there is one item faith leaders want to see in the final bill. the abolishment of the Johnson Amendment.
A Step Forward For Religious Liberty
Last Thursday in the Rose Garden on the White House lawn, on the very same day as the National Day of Prayer, President Donald J. Trump signed the Presidential Executive Order, “Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty.” You can read this brief Presidential Executive Order here.
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.