Pastors, leaders, and members of faith communities often feel conflicted about getting involved in the political world. Navigating the cultural pressures, partisan politics, and mixed messaging from spiritual leaders can be confusing.
“Isn’t there a separation of church and state?,”
“Is it worth it to engage at all?,”
“How can I get involved without compromising my ministry?”
are questions we all wrestle with.
We’ve launched the Church Ambassador Network of NH to address these very questions and to help faith leaders effectively engage with the government sphere in a post-Christian culture.
We are a non-partisan Granite State effort that encourages a unified Church to engage winsomely in public life, that connects the leaders of churches to leaders in state government for their mutual benefit, and that fosters collaboration between church and state organizations to address some of NH’s biggest challenges.
Connecting the leaders of the Church with the leaders of Government for the common good;
and inspiring the Church to engage with Government for the advancement of God’s purposes
three initiatives to inspire the Church to engage with Government for the advancement of God’s purposes
three initiatives to connect the leaders of the Church with the leaders of Government for the common good