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Our Values

Faith Voters is a 501(c)4 organization and a diverse community of believers pursuing the common good and seeking to build a more perfect Union. Our nation thrives when its leaders are people of good character, guided by core values of faith, integrity, and justice. As citizens and voters, we believe it is our responsibility to demand that our leaders hold to those values, and that we continually strive to create a public space and dialogue that lifts up the better angels of our communal nature. 

Service Over Partisanship

“For he himself is our peace, who has made the two groups one and has destroyed the barrier, the dividing wall of hostility.”

Our freedoms as Americans and children of God call us to love and service. Americans are better served when building one another up, loving thy neighbor and embracing the unity that comes with being free.

Through servant's hearts, bipartisan bills for the common good can be achieved. Citizens of all backgrounds can benefit from the compassion of their neighbors and leaders. Tithing can expand beyond the pews, benefiting American communities as citizens and officeholders donate their time, money and services to the cause of the common good. The American dream does not have to be a partisan nightmare. 

Purpose Over Politics

“Live in harmony with one another. Do not be proud, but enjoy the company of the lowly. Do not be conceited.”

Our purpose is not defined by a party. “Acting justly” may not fit into party lines, but the call remains the same nonetheless.

Our common goals should unite us, not just as people of faith, but also as American citizens. This country was built around our values and the idea of the common good. When party identification causes us to lose sight of our fellow Americans, we must walk humbly, learn from one another, and use our faith to investigate the motivations behind our politics.

Across denominations, party lines and theological beliefs, our purpose provides hope for a just, merciful America.

Action Over Apathy

“ … I will show you my faith by my works.”

Faith is not our stopping point. Thoughts and prayers are not enough — we have to take action.

“Idle hands” can be used instead to sign petitions, call legislators or feed the hungry. America is built on the value of hard work, and hard work lies ahead of us. Good faith produces good works, all for the common good of our fellow Americans.

People Over Policy

“Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.  Let the same mind be in you that was in Christ Jesus, who…emptied himself, taking the form of a servant.”

We have a responsibility to our neighbors.  When Jesus said, “Love one another as I have loved you,” he made clear that the interests of others should always be put before our own.

That responsibility to our neighbor, and especially “the least of these” among us, comes from our faith, but it is also from our American heritage.  From the first colonists who set out together in boats to build a new world to the pioneering wagon trains to more recent moments in history when America’s light has beamed brightest, Americans have always understood that we are stronger when we look out for each other.

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