Gratitude at Christmas!

December 23

“…you will find a baby wrapped in swaddling
cloths and lying in a manger.” – Luke 2:12

I can safely say 2020 didn’t look like any of us planned. Yet we saw God show up in so many unexpected ways. No matter what the year has brought, we still have a reason to adore Christ – nothing will ever change that!

Despite COVID, we saw the growth of some churches through their live streams and neighbors everywhere connected for the very first time because we were all stuck at home.

We excitedly watched as the Kansas Pastor Network grew, courts stood up for the religious freedom of citizens in Kansas and across the country, and the Supreme Court became much more conservative.

Plus, the elections delivered the most conservative Kansas legislature ever, and we have a strong conservative congressional delegation from Kansas serving in Washington D.C.

Though the Presidential election does not look anything like what we prayed and fought for, we will keep fighting alongside our brothers and sisters in Georgia as they decide the balance of power in the Senate. Here in Kansas, we will keep fighting executive overreach from the Kansas Governor’s office and other administrative agencies as we seek public policy to protect life, families and religious freedom.

Because of some of these things (and despite others) our team is looking forward with hope this Christmastime. We look forward to the passage of Value Them Both in the legislature. We look forward to helping parents find better educational solutions for their kids. We look forward to standing up for religious freedom.

We are thankful for your prayers, financial support, and engagement with our ministry. We pray that each of you is surrounded by those you love and who remind you of the gift that Christ gave to humanity at Christmas. May we each share this gift with those around us!

The prayer from our entire team is that this week you will see the goodness and faithfulness of God and be drawn to worship Him.

Merry Christmas,

Brittany Jones, Esq.
Director of Advocacy