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Salt & Light Ministry

The Salt and Light Ministry is a non-partisan group of concerned believers having a desire to be informed and educated about our government and current events from a Biblical world-view. We provide resources that promote good government according to Biblical principles without any political party affiliation.  It is our desire to keep the church body and community informed of the latest events and legislative activity that may affect our faith, families or freedoms.

As a result of the information provided, Christians will be better equipped and more capable of: 1) sharing their faith and beliefs about important social issues and current events; 2) committing to pray for our leaders, our laws, and our society; and 3) providing godly influence so that our society may once again honor God and reflect the Biblical values upon which this country was founded.

We are not here to argue politics or to side with political parties. We are here to offer tools for the purpose of furthering the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the well being of others through Christ-honoring, Biblical, and family-friendly laws and influences in our society.

Jesus said to His disciples: "You are the salt of the are the light of the world" (Matthew 5:13-14). Salt purifies and preserves, while light dispels the darkness and illuminates the truth.

“I long for the day when the precepts of the Christian religion shall be the rule among all classes of men, in all transactions. I often hear it said, “Do not bring religion into politics.” This is precisely where it ought to be brought and set there in the face of all men as on a candlestick. I would have the Cabinet and the members of Parliament do the work of the nation as before the Lord, and I would have the nation, either in making war or peace, consider the matter by the light of righteousness.” - Charles Spurgeon - Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit Sermons -Volume 27, Sermon 1594 (The Candle)