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Pray … vote … stand … in all the challenges of life

Pray … vote … stand … in all the challenges of life


Pray … vote … stand … in all the challenges of life

The Pray Vote Stand Summit, sponsored by Family Research Council, concluded Friday in Virginia. On the final day, attendees heard from a variety of speakers – and about a variety of issues.

King, Quisha (King Consulting) King

"You're at home trying to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for your kids, and the FBI could be knocking at your door because you might have said the wrong thing at a school board meeting. These people, they are serious. They want to silence us and shut us down. I really think, at this point, the only thing to do is have a mass exodus from the public school system. That's it."

Quisha King, a Florida mom of two, and founder of King Consulting
Reacting to plan by Dept. of Justice to investigate parents


Barna, George (ACFI) Barna

"There are four things that I suggest [parents] do related to media – the four M's. The first thing you've got to do is monitor what these kids are being exposed to. Most parents are happy to buy their children every device the kids want, and then they leave the kids up to determine what they're going to take in.

"The second thing I suggest they do is minimize it. The biggest addiction in our country is media.

"The third thing I suggest that they do is they mediate that media – meaning that you serve as the mediator between what the media is trying to get you to believe and what we as followers of Jesus believe.

"And then the final M would be to moralize it – helping them to understand the difference between right and wrong."

George Barna, American Culture & Faith Institute
On developing a biblical worldview in children


Perkins, Tony (FRC - mug shot) Perkins

"Almost half of the liberals in this country are under the impression that our police kill anywhere from a thousand to ten thousand unarmed black men every year. In 2019, do you know what the real number was? Thirteen. It's time to stop stereotyping and start getting honest about the deeper problems in this country. Race didn't create this culture of disrespect, the end of personal responsibility or the loss of right and wrong. Rejecting truth did that."

Tony Perkins, president of Family Research Council
On "epidemic" of police violence against unarmed black men


Rutledge, Leslie (Arkansas AG) Rutledge

"Common sense has been thrown out the window, and we've got to get it back in the car, and back in our house – and it starts with getting folks back in the pews on Sunday, Sunday night, and Wednesday."

Leslie Rutledge, attorney general of Arkansas
During panel discussion on radical gender ideology

Pray Vote Stand Summit (video archive)