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As society gets worse and worse I have had many (especially over the past 4 years) tell me I should quit calling society to repent or stop being involved in politics. Here are two posts from October 2018 that will help you to understand why we must continue to call society to repent and be involved in politics.
Hitler to the pastors of Germany, “You confine yourself to the church. I’ll take care of the German people.” This is the same message that is echoed weekly by pastors and Christians in America. This is a Satanic philosophy that’s goal is to minimize the impact of the person of Christ that each Christian is to reflect to a lost world. -October 18, 2018
When Christians are asked if they would rather see a child raised in a godly home or an ungodly home the answer is always, “a godly home”. When Christians are asked to stand against sin in the culture so we can have a godly culture, they get offended and outraged. If you believe a godly family is a gospel-rich environment you also must believe that a godly culture is a gospel-rich environment. Civil laws that are rooted in divine laws are one of the greatest testimonies to a crooked and perverse generation.- October 10, 2018

Author: Sam Jones

Pastor Sam completed an intense pastoral internship at Hagerman Baptist Church and served as a chaplain at Heritage Care Center in Iowa Falls, Iowa before accepting the call to pastor at Faith Baptist Church in Hudson, Iowa. He loves people and his goal is to make disciples of Christ by personally, prayerfully, and persistently investing the Word of God into others.