Oct 28, 2020
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On Monday, I had a conversation with speaker and author Ashley Abercrombie on why being pro-birth isn’t enough and how to have a compassionate and nuanced dialogue around abortion. Today, the conversation around faith and politics continues. How does our faith impact how we vote? Can we love our neighbor through our politics?
I’m exploring this conversation with Stephanie Summers. She is the CEO of the Center for Public Justice, an independent, non-partisan civic education and public policy organization based in Washington, D.C. She has dedicated her life to learning and ministry and justice and I can’t wait for you to hear everything she has to share.
How to find accurate/truthful info on candidates
What your vote really means
How to show up in patience and love with someone who is on the other side of you
“As God’s people, there is more that unites us in Christ than divides us in politics. We have forgotten that in many ways.”
The election is November 3rd, what happens next?
How do we look at a candidate holistically?
Can we separate someone’s personal character from their policy?
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