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 Why have Churches avoided Politics?”

The major reason that churches avoid politics is that they don’t trust in God and they give in to fear. Churches have avoided getting involved in politics for 3minor reasons.

Fear of losing their non profit status.

Fear of losing a large part of their congregation.

Fear of the government.

Fear of laxing their non profit status.

Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office. Contributions to political campaign funds or public statements of position (verbal or written) made on behalf of the organization in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for public office clearly violate the prohibition against political campaign activity. 

However, the Constitution states that “

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free
exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people
peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

That is why the TRS chooses to forget about enforcing that part of the code. Therefore, there is almost no danger of a church losing its non profit standing.

For instance, if a church asks its congregation to pray for certain candidates, it would be protected by the Constitution since praying for someone is what a church does.

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Fear of losing a large part of their congregation.

If the church supports a Democratic candidate, the Republicans will be unhappy. If the church supports a Republican candidate, the Democrats will be unhappy. This may result in a church losing some of its congregation.

Fear of the government.

Instead of trusting God, some churches place their trust in the government for fear tthat it may be doing the right thing. A good example is CoVid-19. When the government said grocery stores could remain open, but churches had to close. Most churches closed.

Don’t you think that a church would trust in God to protect the people in church equal to or even m ore than the people in a grocery store. Wouldn’t God want the people to have a choice to go to church.

In is time for churches to get involved and to help get Godly candidates elected.

It is time to make America Godly again.

Talk to your church and give them this link.

How Can a Church Handle Politics?

The bible says “do not be afraid” 365 times. It mentions “trust in God” 191 times. Yet, when the subject is politics, most churches are afraid and do not rust God. How does a church handle politics? It can ignore politics which is the choice of most churches or it can get involved.

When church decides to trust in God and involved with politics, it must determine how involved it will get. We suggest joining the America Christian Caucus in your state. The ACC allows a church to get involved and yet determine how involved it will be. By joining the ACC and working with other churches, it can actually make a difference

The church can decide to get involved 100% and become an state executive member and help the state ACC organize the entire operation of the state including meetings, training, and managing the web site. The church can decide to become involved about 50% and help with meetings and keeping their congregation aware off the ACC activities. It can get involved about 25% and just as their congregation to pray for the candidates the ACC are supporting. Basically, the church and decide on exactly the activities in which they will participate.

The ACC supports candidates by having churches pray for the candidates, raining the candidates, and creating a grassroots program that will campaign for the candidates.

By getting Godly candidates elected, we can

Make America Godly again.

Encourage your congregation to

Vote Their Faith, Not a Party

Do Not Be Afraid. Trust in God.

Have Your Church Join the ACC.