After the Election

The 2016 presidential election is over, and we have a new president. But we also have deep divisions among Americans. Many are relieved, celebratory, and even overjoyed. Still just as many are disappointed, disillusioned, and even fearful.

With so much division, how do we move forward as a nation?
How do we move forward as believers?

How should we view this election outcome?

Whether your candidate won or lost, our hope as Christ followers is not in a political person, party, or system.  Our ultimate loyalty cannot be given to a political person, party, or system.  Our ultimate loyalty is to be given to a King, his kingdom, and his mission.

Our pastors have compiled several resources below that we hope will help our church family process recent events and frame the election in a biblical perspective.

After the Election: How Christians Should Think About Government

David McNeely

David McNeely is the Senior Pastor of Wildwood Church.

President Trump: Now What for the Church?

Russell Moore

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The 2016 presidential election is now over, and, in what very few could ever have imagined, Donald Trump is elected President of the United States. No matter what our differences politically or religiously, surely we can all agree that this campaign has been demoralizing and even traumatizing for most of the country. So what should evangelical Christians do now?

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Russell Moore is an American evangelical theologian, ethicist, and preacher. He is currently president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, the public-policy arm of the Southern Baptist Convention.

Every President Will Be A Footnote

John Piper

John Piper is founder and teacher of desiringGod.org and chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Jesus Paid Taxes

Mark Dever

How does Jesus teach us to think about matters of faith and politics? This message was presented at Capitol Hill Baptist Church by Pastor Mark Dever on Sep 19, 2010.

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Mark Dever is the senior pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C., and the president of 9Marks.

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