Finding Unity in the Church After a Political Election


From Lifeway Research:

Our love for our brothers and sisters in the church should matter more to us than the political opinions that divide us.

How do churches navigate politics in this moment?

By Daniel Darling

We just endured an intense season as Americans went to the polls, and the next political season will be here before we know it. For many pastors, the last few years have been wearying as our communities grow increasingly polarized and the political rhetoric has ratcheted up. Pastors preach sermons on Sundays, but their people are inundated with content Monday through Friday streaming through their earbuds, scrolling across their screens, and shouting at them from their TVs. More Here

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