A West Coast Sit-Down about Standing

February 17, 2020 - Monday

A West Coast Sit-Down about Standing

February 17, 2020

Sunday morning, I joined my good friend, Pastor Jack Hibbs, at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills for their three morning services. While I was there, we did something we've never done before: the two of us sat down and had a conversation about how we as followers of Jesus should respond to government and politics. The basis for our discussion wasn't our opinions but what Scripture says. We answered questions like, "As Christians, what should our stewardship look like as it pertains to government?" "How do you respond to family and friends who say, 'I don't discuss religion and politics?'" Pastor Jack also asked me to respond to President Trump's leadership style and whether or not he has been able to get things done.

The response to our discussion has been overwhelming, as so many Christians try to understand and respond to today's political and cultural environments from a biblical perspective. I encourage you to watch this unique teaching and share it with your friends and family.

Tony Perkins's Washington Update is written with the aid of FRC Action senior writers.

Also in the February 17 Washington Update:

On Infanticide, Dems Use Scarce Tactics

Persecutors All over the Map, Christians Warn

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