Equipping your Church to Vote Wisely
In the history of our nation, churches often served as a catalyst for change. Pastors and church members need not be muzzled by fear of the IRS. Although the church is not allowed to participate in “campaign intervention,” much can be done to educate and inform Christians to engage and vote wisely.
Too many churches and pastors have been given false information in an attempt to scare them from impacting their culture. The new one-pager prepared by First Liberty for iVoterGuide is quick reference so church-goers and pastors can know their legal rights and understand how they can fulfill their mission to equip their congregation.
This downloadable, full-color bulletin insert is an easy-to-print insert for a standard-sized church bulletin. Print some of these helpful flyers, and make them available to your church members by placing some in the foyer.
Slides for your pre-service. Help your church family to vote wisely by displaying this simple information.
A church is not involved in “campaign intervention” by encouraging members to use iVoterGuide. Although a church cannot directly distribute our detailed evaluation of candidates, it can send its members to iVoterGuide.com. There, voters can get their own individual ballots, specific to their voting addresses.