Voting to Preserve Our Nation’s Economy, Education and Future - Kenneth Copeland

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Kenneth Copeland Ministries - Voting to Preserve Our Nation’s Economy, Education and Future. Did you know the Bible is an economics book and it was a textbook in our schools for 320 years? In this episode of Faith for Our Nation—Vote Special, George Pearsons, Michele Bachmann, David Barton and Keith Butler discuss how we can vote to preserve our nation’s economy, education and future. Watch this episode of Believer’s Voice of Victory!To watch the additional content, click here or go to: kcm.org/votingspecialTo download Pastor George Pearsons' notes "Where Do You Stand – The Political Platforms".

KEITH MOORE: So the school board is probably, aside from the church, the most important issue there is for the family and for your vote. GEORGE: Hello. This is George Pearsons. Welcome to the Believer's Voice of Victory broadcast, "Faith For Our Nation." And we are talking about preparing for the midterm elections, also voting in these primary elections and how important it is and the issues that we're looking at. I have with me here this week Bishop Keith Butler. Welcome, Bishop Butler.

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Kenneth Copeland

Kenneth and Gloria Copeland understand just how life-changing the message of faith is. They started out just like any of us—struggling with continual lack, debt, sickness and discouragement.

Then they decided to trust God and base their lives on His Word. If a situation in their lives didn’t line up with what they read in the Bible, they changed what they did. Every time.

That decision made all the difference. They soon began t ...