Politics in the pulpit

Want your pastor or priest to discuss politics with you on Sunday morning in the sermon?

Then please read this:



on this site > 1 Minute Daily Word




Thanks to Pastor Mark Anderson for this one.



And thanks to flickr and  j a thorpe, for the photo.














No political Gospels!

There is no real, lasting peace to be found in any man or woman that heads up or speaks for any political party.

There is no getting closer to Heaven on earth depending on which political party w ins.

There is no place in the pulpit for espousing political ideologies.

The pulpit is reserverd for proclaiming God’s Word.

The gospel is far too important for it to share time, or be replaced by temporal quick fixes… which ultimately end in death anyway.

Someone in the pews may never have another chance to hear the gospel.

Have your political party. Express your political ideology. Convince others and work towards what you think is right… just don’t do it, or expect your pastor to do it from the pulpit. The pulpit is reserved for something far more important.