Church Voter Guides informs and empowers Christian voters through nonpartisan, 501c3-compliant election guides and practical training.
I found Church Voter Guides when my pastor invited volunteers to set up a table at our church. I used to be a teacher, so I knew how important it is to elect the right school board. The guide helped me see what the candidates really care about. And the Christian candidates I supported actually won!
— D20 Mom & Former D2 Teacher
Lately, I’ve realized I can’t sit back and watch anymore. Things are getting too crazy NOT to step up. So I volunteered with Church Voter Guides. I was thrilled with the results of the school board election. Almost the whole city voted in people who share my values.
— 2021 Election Volunteer
Church Voter Guides creates a level playing field by asking each candidate in a particular race the same questions, giving them up to 120 words per answer, and publishing what they submit verbatim. We’re nonpartisan and therefore “501c3 compliant”, so it’s easy and safe for churches and other 501c3 organizations to share us with their members.
— Chaim Goldman, Director of Church Voter Guides
“And the government shall be upon His shoulder.”
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.
The separation of Church and State is only a Constitutional concept in as much as the State is not to: promote an official state religion, make joining a specific religion a requirement for holding office, nor restrict the free exercise of any religion. Clearly, it was never the intention of our founders that religion, and specifically Christianity, would be banned from the public square.
More importantly, the separation of Church and State is not a Biblical concept. Jesus is Lord of all: that includes government and, even politics! In fact, the Kingdom of God is a government, and how better to bring it to earth than by impacting civil government, especially on the local level? That’s where you come in! Join with Church Voter Guides as we connect Christian patriots and make a difference by activating and educating Christian voters.
Church Voter Guides’ Impact on the 2021 Pikes Peak Region School Board Election
of candidates from El Paso County’s three largest school districts participated in our survey
Church Voter Guides promotional business cards distributed
out of 20 seats won by candidates with Biblical values
(in districts with at least one conservative running)
voter guides downloaded from website before election day
Informed Christians Get Results
The 2021 Pikes Peak Region School Board Elections demonstrate the power of Church Voter Guides and what happens when Christians get informed. Four school districts flipped and now have boards that consist of a majority of directors who represent Christian values.
I want to help, but…
Do I have to wait until November to do something?
No! You can make a difference this spring by attending your local party caucus.
As a pastor, am I allowed to get involved in politics?
Yes! There are many ways you can help your congregation and your community. Learn what you can do while remaining 501c3-compliant.
Isn’t it enough just to vote?
Voting is crucial. But there are ways you get help now to get the best possible candidates on the ballot.
Does my involvement really matter?
Yes! You can help direct the future of your community by attending a caucus, volunteering with CVG, and voting for godly leaders.
How the Activated Church Can Make a Difference
Develop a Biblical Worldview
It’s better to be biblically correct than politically correct. By diligently learning, applying, and trusting God’s truths in every area of our lives, we can begin to develop a deep, comprehensive faith that will stand against the unrelenting tide of our culture’s non-biblical ideas. (Romans 12:2)
Vote Your Values
The issues of the day change. Political parties and platforms change. God’s Word never changes. The vote of every Christian should be based on the principles of Scripture and not persuasive personalities. (Matthew 24:35)