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Group to promote Christian principles

Jill Whalen | Hazleton Standard-Speaker

A conservative group that began in the Hazleton region six years ago is growing to include a council that holds Christian leaders responsible for what they do — or do not — preach.

The offshoot, called Liberty Lighthouse Council on Christian Leadership and Accountability, will be more proactive than Liberty Lighthouse Ministries, said Ray Harker, founder.

“Many disheartened, Bible-believing Christians are leaving churches because their pastors are caving in to political correctness,” Harker said. “I’ve noticed that most Evangelical churches in our country are moving away from teaching a biblical worldview. Instead, they tend to hyper-focus on things like the Christian’s personal walk (or spiritual life) and an ecclesiastical orientation.

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How should Christians think about election day and political elections in general?

Citizenship in a free country like the United States is a great blessing from God. Our system of self-government assures everyone a voice in the affairs of the nation.

As Christians, our participation in this great American experiment enables us to bring a biblical influence to our culture. While this is not a silver bullet that will fix all the ills of our society, it is a part of being salt and light in the part of the world where we live. Our call to serve our communities in this way is just as important to God as the work we do in our churches, our families, and our vocations.

Yet in the last presidential election less that 50 percent of evangelicals voted, and I fear that in tomorrow’s elections that percentage will be much less.

- See more at: http://blog.tifwe.org/how-should-christians-think-about-election-day/?utm_source=IFWE+Subscriptions&utm_campaign=8e965cceff-Daily+Blog+Email&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8ffd80135f-8e965cceff-70139677&mc_cid=8e965cceff&mc_eid=90da3d334c#sthash.cS5YObGm.dpuf

How should Christians think about election day and political elections in general?

Citizenship in a free country like the United States is a great blessing from God. Our system of self-government assures everyone a voice in the affairs of the nation.

As Christians, our participation in this great American experiment enables us to bring a biblical influence to our culture. While this is not a silver bullet that will fix all the ills of our society, it is a part of being salt and light in the part of the world where we live. Our call to serve our communities in this way is just as important to God as the work we do in our churches, our families, and our vocations.

Yet in the last presidential election less that 50 percent of evangelicals voted, and I fear that in tomorrow’s elections that percentage will be much less.

- See more at: http://blog.tifwe.org/how-should-christians-think-about-election-day/?utm_source=IFWE+Subscriptions&utm_campaign=8e965cceff-Daily+Blog+Email&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8ffd80135f-8e965cceff-70139677&mc_cid=8e965cceff&mc_eid=90da3d334c#sthash.cS5YObGm.dpuf

How should Christians think about election day and political elections in general?

Citizenship in a free country like the United States is a great blessing from God. Our system of self-government assures everyone a voice in the affairs of the nation.

As Christians, our participation in this great American experiment enables us to bring a biblical influence to our culture. While this is not a silver bullet that will fix all the ills of our society, it is a part of being salt and light in the part of the world where we live. Our call to serve our communities in this way is just as important to God as the work we do in our churches, our families, and our vocations.

Yet in the last presidential election less that 50 percent of evangelicals voted, and I fear that in tomorrow’s elections that percentage will be much less.

- See more at: http://blog.tifwe.org/how-should-christians-think-about-election-day/?utm_source=IFWE+Subscriptions&utm_campaign=8e965cceff-Daily+Blog+Email&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8ffd80135f-8e965cceff-70139677&mc_cid=8e965cceff&mc_eid=90da3d334c#sthash.cS5YObGm.dpuf


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