On This Issue
“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind…” - Apostle Paul, Romans 12:2 (ESV)
Art is powerful. Its influence extends beyond the theater and museum into the bedrooms, boardrooms, and courtrooms of our nations. Stories portrayed on stage or in film seep into the public consciousness, slowly creating a culture in their image.
From marketing products that shape our daily lives to funding causes that define our cultural mores, the business world wields a significant amount of influence in our society.
A man and a woman have an inherent moral freedom to marry, to procreate, and to direct and control the upbringing of their children.
Wisdom and knowledge are essential to building healthy communities. A properly educated citizenry is innovative, stable, and productive; it is also more likely to be just, free and reasoned.
The family acts as the foundational sphere in society. Every other sphere flows from this first institution, this primary building block.
The unalienable liberty of religious conscience and expression includes the freedom to believe and hold such ideas as a matter of conscience, as well as to manifest such conscience.
We look to the government to educate our children, sponsor the arts, and provide healthcare. No wonder it is referred to as the “savior State”. The question is: Should the government be fulfilling these roles?
Because God created human life in His image, all human life holds inherent dignity that everyone, including government authorities, must respect.
We as believers need to understand international relations and affairs. By understanding these events, we equip ourselves to respond in a way that brings God glory and expands His Kingdom.
Prayer is one of the most important parts of life for a believer. As we seek to set apart Christ as Lord, we invite you to join us in praying and seeking the Lord’s will in different spheres of life.
The sacredness of property, and the proper stewardship of it, is apparent throughout the Bible. This First Principle informs government laws prohibiting and punishing theft, robbery, insider trading, embezzlement, etc.
At the heart of this mission is the biblical idea of God’s Sovereignty—that He, as the creator and Supreme and Sovereign Ruler of all, is over all. Every realm or sphere of life, culture, and society are under His jurisdiction.
The Church, as God designed, holds the esteemed position of prophet, servant, and sanctuary. God intended for His Church to make disciples, uphold truth, care for the widows, orphans, and infirm, and provide refuge for the oppressed.
The blessings of liberty and prosperity come with responsibility. To whom much is given, much is required. Each generation inherits a special trust and calling to ensure the preservation of liberty and the moral administration of justice.