CONTACT YOUR GOVERNMENTAL OFFICIALS
The apostle Paul, writing in the book of Romans, called our government leaders “God’s servant(s) for your good” (Romans 13:4). In other words, they work for us - under God’s direction, whether or not they acknowledge that fact.
Addressing our government leaders is both a privilege and an important responsibility of citizenship. Click here to find contact information for your federal, state and local leaders (all you need is your ZIP code). Using the contact information available on this site, you can call, write or e-mail an executive or legislative leader at any level of government, to tell him or her what’s on your mind. This link is also a gateway to the judicial branch of government.
CONTACT YOUR LOCAL AND NATIONAL MEDIA SOURCES
Click here to find contact information for local and national media. It’s important to let media decision makers know when their news or entertainment offering conflicts with your values as a Christian – as well as when you approve of their decisions.
REGISTER TO VOTE
There’s no greater civic responsibility than taking the time to cast a ballot whenever the polls are open. Unfortunately, only about half of all Christians are registered to vote, and only about half of those people regularly turn out on Election Day.
If no one bothered to vote, we wouldn’t have a democracy. Every year hundreds of local elections across America are decided by just one vote — and that one vote could be yours! Voting is a tremendous right and privilege Americans enjoy – but to vote, you must first be registered. If you’re not registered, or you’re unsure about your status, click here to register now.
BE AWARE OF THE ISSUES THAT SURROUND US
Stay on top of the latest issues surrounding our Christian heritage by clicking here.