Salt and Light Needed in Springfield

Churches can legally support Ballot Initiatives by giving money, encouraging voters, and preaching from the pulpit on political issues that impact the Church.  Many Pastors are unaware of the amount of legal latitude they have as it relates to being involved politically.

The Alliance Defending Freedom has approved some guidelines that should empower the pulpit to launch Christians into impacting the market place.   I strongly encourage pastors to support the ballot initiative Yes ON Question 1 on April 7. This law negatively impacts the lives and businesses of Christian people and churches in Springfield, MO. Click on link below for Church guidelines.

Legal Guide: What Can Churches Legally Do Action Points

  • Donate as a church and encourage others to give
  • Encourage the Yes On Question 1 vote
  • Send email reminders to your congregation the day before the election and on election day, April 7th
  • Call for volunteers (sign up at or call 417-812-6141.

Send checks to:

Yes On Question 1

610-A E.Battlefield #109

Springfield, MO 65807

Click  Donate to contribute online to Yes on Question 1

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