WMC: April 2017
The recent announcement of a General Election surprised just about everyone.
We now face questions as Christian disciples, not only about how we should vote, but also what we and our churches should be saying and doing during the campaign.
In the weeks leading up to the election, the Joint Public Issues Team will be offering reflections and balanced analysis, seeking to support Christians and local churches as they engage with the issues, and working to keep important things on the political agenda.
This is a time.... offers some biblical reflections on some of the key themes of this election.
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Further resources will be added over the next couple of weeks. Come back soon!
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