Values Bus Gets Voters into Gear before November

October 15, 2018 - Monday

Values Bus Gets Voters into Gear before November

The Values Bus isn't just catching other drivers' attention -- it's catching the media's! In Montana, where conservatives are in another tight race, the FRC Action team made stops in Billings, Bozeman, and Helena. Patrina Mosley, our Director of Life, Culture, and Women's Advocacy was on hand, along with FRC's Director of Church Ministries, Dr. Kenyn Cureton.

At the Yellowstone Christian College and a rally at the local Harley-Davidson in Billings, local news outlets were on hand to talk with the FRC Action team to talk about the motivation for a nationwide bus tour. "Helping people get out to vote," Patrina told KULR8. "Putting voter guides in their hands, putting resource in their hands about religious freedom, about life and so [on]... [W]e're helping people get out to vote saying, 'Hey, we want you to do three things: We want you to pray, we want you to vote, we want you to stand. Pray for our country, pray for our leaders, and then vote.'"

Both crews, the east and west coast buses, have gotten a great response rolling through states. "This is an opportunity to say 'Hey, we've seen what difference just one election has made in the last two years where we're actually seeing religious liberty thriving,'" Patrina pointed out. "So, an election makes a difference. From the president on down to the senators on down to your House of Representatives and on down to the local level."

To keep up with the Values Buses and where they're headed in a state near you, click over to the website. And while you're there, take the pledge to Pray, Vote, Stand!

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