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Churches and the Democratic Process
Churches and the Democratic Process Churches and Campaigns Churches are free and encouraged to speak out on current moral and ethical issues of the day that have political components. However, they may not intervene in partisan political campaigns. In exchange for the benefit of tax exempt status, churches (and other nonprofit org...
Connect with other Churches and Christians
Connect with other Churches and Christians Connect with Nearby Churches The Christian Life Commission encourages churches to work together in all areas of ministry, including public policy and other advocacy work. Connect with Christian Life Commission The Christian Life Commission is eager to assist in research on topics importan...
Connect with the State Legislature
Connect with the State Legislature Who are my elected officials? Click here to find your legislators' contact information. Meet with State Officials The Austin Office of the Christian Life Commission can arrange for legislative visits and opportunities to provide testimony to State and Federal officials. Please contact the CLC Aus...
CLC Public Policy Resources
Resources Advocacy 101 Advocacy 101 Presentation (.pptx) Advocacy as Evangelism Presentation (.ppt) Churches and the Democratic Process Learn what your church can and cannot do, register to vote or learn about the candidates here. Connect with other Churches and Christians Is your church concerned about a specific issue? Connect w...
Texas Baptist CLC joins with Prison Fellowship to recognize April as Second Chance Month
AUSTIN–The Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission has partnered with Prison Fellowship and more than 150 other organizations to recognize April as Second Chance Month, in remembrance of the 65 million people with a criminal record with limited access to education, jobs and other opportunities. “Second Chance Month is m...
From Revolving Door to Highway of Redemption: The Church’s Response to 'Second Chance Month'
By Caleb Seibert This month, the Christian Life Commission joined Gov. Greg Abbott, Prison Fellowship, and several advocacy groups to declare April “Second Chance Month” for formerly incarcerated individuals. Second Chance Month is an opportunity to highlight the challenges of formerly incarcerated individuals and their...