Is Voting Your Duty to God?

February 27

By Paul Weber – President and CEO

Should your rights as a parent cease when your child walks into school?

Should the government determine when you’ve lived long enough?

Should you have to give up your business, career or professional license because of your faith?

PaulThese questions are being debated in legislatures across the nation right now. And, as you read this, Family Policy Alliance and our state allies are representing you, your values and your family on these (and more) policy issues.

In addition to these, we face a critical mid-term election that will determine the balance for the family in Washington, D.C., as well as in statehouses across the nation.

Family Policy Alliance stands ready to engage with your continued partnership today.

Over a century ago in 1905, humorist Mark Twain—not known as a Christian—made a significant observation as quoted in Collier’s magazine: “If Christians should vote their duty to God at the polls, they would carry every election, and do it with ease.” When you support Family Policy Alliance, you put Twain’s comments into action.

Our theme verse at Family Policy Alliance is this: “. . . the people who know their God shall stand firm and take action” (Dan. 11:32b). Will you stand with us today—so pro-family voters can take action in both the primaries and in the general election?

Thank you in advance for your consideration and ongoing support.

Paul Weber
President and CEO