Greetings, friends –

Here’s some important news from Vote Common Good … doing our part to try to set people free from the dangerous mis-leadership of  the current president and his religious allies.

I’ll be one of the panelists on Wednesday night. Tonight, don’t miss Dr. David Gushee in the Electionary.


Vote Common Good exists to put Faith, Hope, and Love into action, and this week we are taking action by hosting 3 incredible online events.

Not only are we returning with another edition of “Electionary: Biblical Reflections for this Election from Vote Common Good,” but we are proud to announce our partnership with the Lincoln Project for an online forum on faith and politics on Wednesday, and we are partnering with Believers for Biden for an online event on Thursday!

Wednesday, we will be partnering with the Lincoln Project to discuss faith voters and the pivotal place they have in the coming 2020 election.

The Lincoln Project believes that the priority for all patriotic Americans must be a shared fidelity to the Constitution and a commitment to defeat those candidates who have abandoned their constitutional oaths, regardless of party. Electing Democrats who support the Constitution over Republicans who do not is a worthy effort.

Tuesday, “Electionary: Biblical Reflections for this Election from Vote Common Good,” will feature Dr. David P. Gushee. Dr. Gushee is Distinguished University Professor of Christian Ethics and Director of the Center for Theology and Public Life at Mercer University.

An award-winning teacher, Professor Gushee offers courses both to seminarians and college students at Mercer. Over a busy 25-year career, he has written hundreds of opinion pieces, lectured around the world, given interviews to scores of media outlets, and led several significant social-ethical activist efforts.

Thursday, we will join as Believers for Biden speak directly to faith voters who know that Donald Trump is not someone who acts with the Christian character he so often claims to have. They will talk about the role faith has in personal politics, and why our faith compels us to voter in the interest of our neighbor, as an act of love.

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