Faith leaders across America encourage their congregants to make their voices heard this election

This photo shows Rev. Alyn Waller following a "Black Bikers Vote" procession on Nov. 5, 2022, in Philadelphia. Walker belongs to the Enon Tabernacle Baptist Church. (AP Photo/Joe Lamberti)

Important Takeaways:

  • Faith leaders across America preach politics, moral values ahead of midterms
  • Calvary Chapel Chino Hills Pastor Jack Hibbs urged his evangelical congregation to oppose a ballot measure that would enshrine abortion rights in California’s Constitution, calling it “the death cult proposition.” He told them to be wary of local candidates who back it or receive support from groups like Planned Parenthood
  • In addition he collected ballots during Sunday worship
  • Hibbs said that whether or not California continues to receive God’s grace hangs on the fate of this measure: “We must open our mouth to defend the defenseless.”

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