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2020—the Most Important Election in History for Christians

Voting is a tremendous responsibility—and the stakes have never been higher than in the presidential race of 2020.

In our own country, we recognize that the inalienable rights given by God had to be fought for by men. Our form of government is not for spectators. If we want to preserve the republic our founders created, we must get out of the stands and onto the field.

And that means voting for your values.

It was John Jay, the first chief justice of the Supreme Court who said, “Providence has given to our people the choice of their rulers, and it is the duty, as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers.”

The Christians of this country must assume their place as citizens, recognize their power when they stand together and exercise the power of their vote.

It’s not enough to be informed. It’s not enough to pray. Prayer needs to be coupled with action to make a difference. And that means it’s your sacred duty.

As Dennis Prager said in the newly released documentary, After Trump—A Warning to America, “God will ask those who fail to vote why they failed to sustain the most God-centered, free country, on earth, a country whose very motto is, ‘In God We Trust.'”

God has always used His people as instruments of change. But the changes that began in 2016 are in danger of being snuffed out in 2020. The Democratic Party is increasingly godless, as demonstrated not only by its effort to remove God from the party platform and to erase “so help me God” from the oath of office, but also by its support for the barbaric practice of late-term abortion.

Remember what happened the last time Democrats were in the White House? Their distorted view of sexuality and their zeal to impose their agenda on all Americans from the youngest to the oldest struck at individuals, families, children as young as toddlers, schools, restrooms, sports teams, universities, businesses, celebrities, freedom of speech and freedom of religion.

The forces arrayed against President Trump not only want our children to be taught that same-sex marriage is equal to natural, biblical marriage, but now they want to teach children that they are free to choose their genders. Absolute lunacy and depravity are fighting for control of our society.

As Eric Metaxas said in his interview for the documentaryAfter Trump—A Warning to America, “If you are a Christian and you say, ‘I don’t believe in same-sex marriage,’ or, ‘I’m a minister. I don’t want to marry same-sex couples because that violates my religious beliefs,’ you must recognize that we’re on the verge of the government saying, ‘You better do it, and if you don’t, we’re coming after you.'”

If you affirm the traditional biblical definition of marriage as being between one man and one woman, the Democrats and the special interests they are beholden to are coming after you. If they defeat President Trump in 2020, Christians will suffer more than mere recriminations for allegedly being “homophobic” or “anti-gay,” they will suffer coercion, discrimination, dismissal and lawsuits. How do we know? Because the decline of American values and American virtue accelerated under the active guidance of President Obama and the Democrats.

Some Christians say, “I don’t want to get involved in politics. It’s really dirty.” And they’re right—but so are the dishes in their sink.

Politics is going to impact your life whether you want it to or not. It will determine where your kids go to school and what they learn. It will determine whether or not there are men’s and women’s restrooms or whether everybody goes to the same one and showers together. So if Christians want their lives, the lives of their children and the lives of their grandchildren to be overrun by people who hate everything they stand for and hold dear, then yes, the best way to do that is to sit out the 2020 presidential election.

As Christians, we have an unmatched ability to influence elections at almost all levels—but only if we vote. There are 65 million self-identified evangelicals. Those are people who, according to the definition, believe the Bible is the Word of God. Evangelicals have a personal relationship with Christ and attend church an average of once a month. Half of them are not registered to vote—and half of those that are registered to vote don’t vote. If God’s people ever showed up at the polls, we would take this country back in a minute.

If you’re a Christian and not in favor of President Trump, can you at least be grateful for the fact that his administration has protected lives in and out of the womb? Can you at least be grateful for the fact that religious liberty stands protected by his administration so we can preach the gospel of Jesus? Can you at least be grateful that President Trump has the audacity to say, “Merry Christmas” and holds Rose Garden ceremonies where people share how they were transformed by the redemptive grace-filled work of Christ in a national news conference?

As an American, God has entrusted to you the highest privilege on this planet: to choose the leadership for the United States of America. Commit today to vote and encourage everyone around you to vote. Make sure you’re registered to vote and make sure you vote for religious liberty.

And if you want to go even deeper into the issues and what’s at stake, help us get the word about the new documentary from Resurrection Pictures, After Trump—A Warning to America. Watch the documentary; invite everyone you know to watch it—the future of our country is at stake. 

Jack Hibbs is the founder and senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills in Southern California. Jack’s teaching ministry, Real Life with Jack Hibbs, is broadcast across the country and around the world on both radio and television. He is best known for his passionate, expositional teachings.

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2020 Presidential Election Could Spell the End of Abortion on Demand

Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion on demand in the United States, was the most diabolical legal decision in this country’s history. It unleashed a frenzy of shedding of innocent blood that continues unabated to this day.

Think of it: 1.4 million babies are murdered every year in our country. How can that be tolerated—much less celebrated—and at the same time, we expect God’s blessing on our nation? How can we judge anyone for any sin or wrong or crime, when we can legally kill babies?

If President Donald J. Trump is re-elected, we will see the overturn of Roe v. Wade and the end of abortion-on-demand as the law of our land. That means stakes in this election are high.

We don’t have a moment to spare. Each day abortionists kill 2,362 babies in the United States.

The Democratic party, clearly, unequivocally and without apology, is the party of abortion. In 2017, Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez did not mince words: “Every Democrat, like every American, should support a woman’s right to make her own choices about her body and her health. That is not negotiable and should not change city by city or state by state.” Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate for president, is not only a proponent of abortion, but he is in favor of overturning the Hyde Amendment, which outlaws the use of federal funds for most abortions.

By contrast, President Trump is, by dint of his accomplishments, the most pro-life president to ever sit in the oval office. He is the first president to attend the National March for Life. He has appointed over 140 federal judges, including two associate justices of the Supreme Court, who will interpret and enforce the laws—not make them by fiat. The positive impact of these appointments will be felt for decades to come because they are lifetime appointments.

Indeed the impact is already being felt: over 250 pro-life laws were introduced in 2019. State after state is pushing back against abortion. At least one Supreme Court justice will be appointed by the winner of the 2020 presidential race, and that person could provide an unassailable majority for life on the nation’s highest court.

If you wonder how the defense of unborn babies dovetails with the Bible, the answer is, entirely. In Proverbs 24:11-12 (NIV), the Bible commands believers to:

“Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter. If you say, ‘But we knew nothing about this,’ does not he who weighs the heart perceive it? Does not he who guards your life know it? Will he not repay everyone according to what they have done?”

If this passage doesn’t apply to the slaughter of unborn, defenseless babies, then to whom does it apply? And if you care about the rights of women, then shouldn’t you also care about the women growing in their mothers’ wombs?

As Pastor Paula White, longtime friend and confidant of President Trump, noted in her interview for the newly released documentary, After Trump—A Warning to America, “The president is extremely pro-life. I mean, that is not a political thing to him. It’s a personal thing to him.”

The president himself has said, “Every life brings love into this world. Every child brings joy to a family. Every person is worth protecting. And above all, we know that every human soul is divine. And every human life, born and unborn, is made in the holy image of almighty God.”

In the same documentary, After Trump—A Warning to America, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez declares,

“What you can’t argue is the fact that the president’s commitment to defending life in the womb and out of the womb, his pro-life stance resonated with the Hispanic-American community on steroids. Thirty percent of Hispanics voted for President Trump, in spite of everything the media said, in spite of even some of the tweets. In spite of that, they supported President Trump because life trumps—no pun intended—absolutely everything.”

When you look at President Trump’s record, as a Christian, you must ask yourself these two questions:

  1. How many lives have been saved and will be saved because of President Trump?
  2. How many more lives will be saved in his next term if President Trump is elected to finish the work he set out to do in 2016?

And if you want to go even deeper into the issues and what’s at stake, help us get the word about the new documentary from Resurrection Pictures, After Trump—A Warning to America. Watch the documentary, invite everyone you know to watch it—the future of our country is at stake.

After Trump—A Warning to America is available now on-demand or DVD at

To schedule interviews about After Trump—A Warning to America, or request access to the screener, contact Ashton Compton at [email protected]. 

Jack Hibbs is the founder and senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Chino Hills in Southern California. His teaching ministry, Real Life with Jack Hibbs, is broadcast across the country and around the world on both radio and television.

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Biden is Socialism, I’m voting for Trump! – Paul Crouch J. producer ‘Trump 2024’

– President Trump is a businessman. And I think that he has shaken our political system up quite a bit because he’s not your typical politician. He’s not your typical president. But I honor what he stands for and I honor what he has done. – Paul Crouch J. the producer of Trump 2024 and a son of TBN founder, talks about his latest documentary and what will happen at the end of President Trump’s second term in office.

Crouch is judging the President by the fruits and actions rather than his personality and encourages others to do the same. “You vote for the policies. Trump has a very, tough personality. He doesn’t come off as the slick, smooth talking politician like some of our presidents in the past. I don’t vote for a personality. I didn’t vote for Donald Trump to be the pastor of my church or a religious leader. I voted for him to be the President based on what he stands for, based on what he wants to do for our economy, based on his stand on Israel, based on abortion and defending the right to life for children in the womb.”

“I vote for policy. I don’t vote for personality because he rubs a lot of people the wrong way. Like I said, he’s not a politician. He came out of the business world and for our economy right now as we come out of Covid19 and some of the economic challenges that we’re having here in the United States, I really don’t think there’s a better person right now to be our president than Donald Trump.

Joe Biden is heading us into what we understand to be socialism. […] What is socialism? What is a socialistic slide? Listen, everybody wants free everything everybody wants free food. They want free health care. They want free education. But if you head down that road, what does it lead to? And we explore that in our film, Trump 2024.

 Look at Venezuela it was one of the most prosperous nations in the world until they went and flipped to socialism. And now people are starving. Their economy is in ruins. So socialism is not the answer.

I have always believed that the capitalistic setup that built America, that built this country is what we need to continue and to stay with. Listen, everybody knows that America needs to be improved. Every country needs their political system improved. I don’t think America needs to be changed. I don’t think we need to move towards socialism. And a vote for Biden heads us in that direction.

And again, voting for Trump keeps us on the path that I think is what made America great. So as a Christian, though, and as a man of faith, Trump also defends the unborn. He is standing for abortion and making abortion harder to get and defending the rights of the unborn. That’s a very important issue for Christians. The other that’s key for Christians is Israel, our stand with Israel and protecting that little nation in the Middle East. And he wants to do that. And I honor for him for that also.” says Paul Crouch Jr.