As Christians we must remember that politics is not war, nor is it optional, nor is it ultimate. Participation is our opportunity to witness for King Jesus, rendering rightly to Caesar and to God.
We still have much to learn from the massacre at Columbine High School twenty years ago this week, says contributor Don Lee, who was at the time both a legislator from that community and a parent at the school.
Election 2018 saw the political wind shifting against us. We can fight the shift and go under, or ride it and rise again. Here are dozen ways to survive this season of political winter.
Politics is not war, it’s an ongoing competition with rules. Politics is not optional, it’s part of the duty we all have as citizens in a free society. And politics is not ultimate, it’s provisional this side of eternity
I’m voting no on 73, 110, and 112, and yes on 109, to protect Colorado’s quality of life. Plus a polite no on all judges, and a straight Republican ticket to keep America the hope of the world.