Our country just experienced a very close and very contentious election. In Today’s Conversation podcast, Scott Sauls offers pastoral guidance on how Christians should respond to this election — or any election — and what opportunities we have to be a light for Christ in a divided nation. He grounds his advice in examples and values from the Bible.
NAE President Walter Kim and Scott discuss:
- What evangelicals should believe about God’s sovereignty, regardless of who the president is;
- What we should think about authority, particularly if we deeply disagree with that authority;
- How Christians engage on political issues with society at large, especially non-Christian neighbors; and
- The opportunities the Church has in this post-election season.
Read a Portion of the Transcript
Walter: Some people in our churches are thrilled with the results of the election. And just as some are thrilled, others are devastated. There are plenty of people in between. What do you say to these groups of people? Are there different messages for the different categories? Or the same message for everyone? How do you lead and speak into that situation?
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