Category Archives: Social Values

Mike Pence on keeping the faith

Congressman Mike Pence (R-Indiana) spoke to Bill McCleery of the Indianapolis Star recently about his life of faith as a member of the United States Congress.

In the Q&A, Pence laments the moral failings of some of his fellow public servants caught up in recent high profile scandals. He says his wife and kids keep him grounded, and that the accountability of fellow believers along with time in the Word and time in prayer keep him on course.

I pray that Mike Pence keeps the faith and serves with distinction and  honor throughout a long career. And I have confidence that he will.

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Tony Perkins to speak in Overland Park

President of the Family Research Council, Tony Perkins, will speak this Saturday at the Overland Park Double Tree at an event hosted by the Kansas Family Policy Council.

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins

Family Research Council President Tony Perkins

KFPC has more on their website, as does Bott Radio Network, on which Perkins hosts the program Washington Watch Weekly. Here’s his official bio.

I’ve always liked Perkins, and look forward to seeing him speak. He’s always struck me as genuine, passionate, knowledgeable and well-spoken. He also has the good judgment and taste to have Mike Pence fill in for him on Washington Watch, so that earns him high marks in my book.

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