When people find out you’re a Christian, they tend to make assumptions about your political stance on different issues. These assumptions may or may not be accurate, and you might not even know what to think about politics. No party’s values align completely with God’s values, so you might feel like you don’t know how to vote or what to do as a citizen in a democracy.
So, who should Christians vote for? How are we supposed to remain true to our Christian values when none of the candidates seem to align with these values? How do we have loving, honest conversations with others about politics? To help us answer these questions, we’ll look at what Jesus says and does when faced with questions about allegiance and government.
Sermon Text: Matthew 22:15-22
Preacher: Pastor Bill Limmer