Christians from around the country gathered for the Inaugural Pray Vote Stand Summit in northern Virginia this week.
The event, which was held at Cornerstone Chapel in Leesburg, was sponsored by the Family Research Council and FRC Action. The aims to equip and encourage Christians to tackle issues facing the nation and the church in an ever-changing world.
The Pray Vote Stand Summit builds on the groundwork laid by the Values Voter Summit and addressed issues such as protecting the unborn, the importance of the nuclear family, domestic and international religious liberty, developments in our nation’s education system, and others.
“We need to pray like we never prayed before. We need to vote every time we have the opportunity and vote our biblical values and we need to stand for truth regardless of what the culture may be saying,” said Tony Perkins, president of FRC and FRC Action.
The hope is to get Christians to respond overwhelmingly from a biblical worldview including at the voting booth.
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