Category: Podcast

Faith Matters in Maine update – May 25, 2014

May 26, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      One of our primary goals at the Christian Civic League is providing accurate, reliable information regarding candidates and their positions on issues that matter to the Church. Our policy director, Melissa Weisberg, has meticulously created a document comparing the positions of the four candidates running for the second district congressional primary races […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – May 19, 2014

May 17, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      A few weeks ago we interviewed Andrew Beckwith of the Massachusetts Family Institute to get a summary of the Justina Pelletier case. Justina is the Connecticut teenager who was taken from her family by the Massachusetts Department of Children and Family for medical neglect despite the fact that the Pelletier’s were following […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – May 8, 2014

May 12, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

               

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – April 24, 2014

April 24, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      The 126th Legislature has ended and our state representatives and senators have gone home. As much as you have heard me say that our state leaders deserve our respect and thanks for their willingness to serve the public, it is still necessary for us to evaluate this past session. Over the past […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – April 17, 2014

April 17, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      The apostle Paul declared in 1,Corinthians 15 that if Christ were not raised from the dead our preaching and even our faith is in vain. The fact is, the resurrection gives purpose to every area of our life. Therefore every arena in which we step is potentially relevant to the Kingdom of […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – April 3, 2014

April 4, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      It was refreshing and encouraging to hear Mississippi successfully passed a religious freedom bill last week. It was especially fulfilling because the Christian Civic League was able to play a small part in this effort. The Mississippi Public Policy Center reached out to us in February and asked if we could share […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – March 27, 2014

March 28, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      While we are thankful that World Vision retracted the new policy, we are still gravely concerned that their Board and the Church struggles with clear Biblical teaching on homosexuality. “In its fallen state of rebellion, the world has often willfully ignored clearly revealed truths in nature and in Scripture. So it should […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – March 20, 2014

March 21, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      This coming Tuesday, March 25, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear to high-profile cases regarding the Health and Human Services abortion and contraceptive mandate. Two Christian own, faith-based, family businesses are objecting to our government forcing them to provide abortion services to their employees as part of their health insurance benefits. […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – March 13, 2014

March 14, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      I believe there is a simplicity Christ offers to the life who was submitted to Him and committed to promoting His kingdom. Living our lives in accord with Godly principles unravels a lot of the complications of life. That is not to say “simple” is to be equated with “easy.” For instance, […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – March 6, 2014

March 7, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      This week legislators will be considering several proposals to expand gambling Maine. That’s right, casino proponents’ relentless pursuit of victimizing some of our most vulnerable citizens just won’t go away. I urge you to go to our Citizen Action Center so you can ask your legislators some of these questions. How do […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – February 27, 2014

February 28, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      Atty. Gen. Eric Holder made headlines last week when he clarified comments he made in the New York Times interview in which he encouraged State Attorney’s General not to defend same-sex marriage bans. It certainly comes as no surprise that the Obama administration’s top legal officer chose once again to abandon his […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – February 20, 2014

February 22, 2014 1 Comment by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

         

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – February 13, 2014

February 15, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      As we engage in the cultural conflicts with God’s truth, it is absolutely paramount that we examine our hearts and our motivations. As frustrating and even discouraging standing for the truth can be, keeping glorifying God as our primary aim insulates us from those vulnerabilities. In other words, when it’s all about […]

Read More »

Faith Matters in Maine UPDATE – February 6, 2014

February 8, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

      The Christian Civic League’s mission statement is bringing a Biblical perspective to public policy. Why? To glorify God – to shed light in the darkness of every arena in which God places us. These past two months we’ve incurred great expense defending our religious freedoms here in Maine. The Christian Civic League […]

Read More »

Faith Matteris in Maine UPDATE – January 30, 2014

February 2, 2014 No Comments by Deb Wagner
Faith-Matters-Logo-Thumb-high-rez

        Thomas Jefferson said “The price of freedom is eternal vigilance. “JFK noted “The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it. “I believe all of our precious freedoms are worth fighting for– especially religious liberty. Is taking the time to contact your Senator and State Representative by […]

Read More »

newspaper templates - theme rewards