As we approach the national election on November 3, we are tasked with the responsibility of making choices for civic and national leaders in the midst of a polarized society. Our right to vote is a privilege, and we should make it a priority. As Christians with a worldview grounded in Scripture, we are tasked with the responsibility of casting a vote that would promote righteousness and justice. The resources below (click on the titles) are provided to help as we prepare to go to the polls, all while living within our society.
In the midst of unsettled emotions, weighty decisions, and precarious conversations, here are 6 ways to manage the anxiety that may arise in the next few weeks.
A comparison of how the policies of the Democratic Party aligns with SBC resolutions.
A comparison of how the policies of the Republican Party aligns with SBC resolutions.
The sample ballot for Rutherford Co., TN, November 2020 election