As we continue to focus as a church family on how to remain faithful to Christ in a politically fractured and divided world, I wish to focus for a moment on why it is so important that the church remain strictly non-partisan.  The church, as an institution, has long faced the temptation to cozy up beside kings and emperors and powerful political parties. Since the conversion of Constantine all the way back in the year 313, the church has found political power and influence quite intoxicating.  When Constantine became the first emperor of Rome to adopt Christianity as his own, the church stood to gainRead More →