Here is something that I wish I had seen earlier. It’s understandable that I missed this article because my bride of 43 years and I are members of the EPC (Evangelical Presbyterian Church) and this article is from the National Catholic Register. Thanks to my wonderful Catholic friends I was able to come to a better understanding of what just happened Nov. 6th, 2012.
There is a valuable lesson here... the lesson is this:
Elections are not the leading edge of change. Elections are the lagging indicators of what's already changed. They tell us where we already are. So stop waiting around for politics to change this country back or to move it forward. That's not what politics does.
If you want to change their results, the mechanism is not a political one. It's cultural. And politics rarely drives culture, it's almost always the other way around. So stop worrying about how to change the politics and go sit down and figure out the next big way that you are going to change our culture for the better. How are you going to lead?
Thank God (Literally!) that we have members in leadership that have brought forth several very effective ways that members of the Green Bay TEA Party may lead regarding cultural change.
It took the other side many many years to change America. It is our turn to re-inculcate our values into society. Stand up for the gospel, stand up for the truth and do not back down for ANYONE!
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