Since August, 13 groups have taken prayer tours of the Georgia State Capitol led by Mike Griffin, the Georgia Baptist Public Affairs representative.
The tour also communicated that “it is important that Christians understand their responsibility as citizens and that in doing so, that their voices be heard from Biblical perspective,” Mike Griffin, public affairs representative, said.
The fight for religious liberty is spiritual warfare, Harrison Smith, regional alliance director for Alliance Defending Freedom, told the Georgia Baptist Public Affairs Committee.
“Stand up, Pastors! Be warriors for the truth lest the dark side of 2020 is followed by the darker side of 2021!”
Starting December 14, Georgia Baptists will be participating in a strategic bus tour to encourage Christians to vote their biblical values in the January 5 Senate run-off. The tour will start in Dalton and end in Valdosta. Faith Wins (a National Christian nonprofit organization) is leading this effort. The Georgia Baptist Mission Board, along with […]
As we did in October, we are going to be providing Georgia Baptists with voter guides. These new guides are intended to help you choose the candidates you will vote for in the January 5 Senate Runoff. It is important once again that you know as much as possible on the candidate’s positions on issues […]
“Now we take Georgia, then we change America,” Schumer said.
“It is important that we all understand that there is no scenario where we can kick back and relax as the threats to our ability live our faith and share the gospel will never cease.”
During the November 3rd election voters will have the opportunity to decide on three statewide ballot measures. This year there will be 2 proposed constitutional amendments and one statewide referendum question. Amendment #1: Authorizes dedication of fees and taxes to their intended purposes by general state law. (House Resolution No. 164, Resolution Act No. 597) “Shall […]
As always, I want to thank you for your support of the Public Affairs Ministry this past year. We’ve had wins and losses. These wins and losses are a constant reminder that elections have consequences. This is true whether it is local, state, or national. It is the people that we put in office that […]