One of our goals at CFABA.ORG is to equip Pastors and Church Leaders with the tools they can use at election time to get the message out about Propositions or Ballot Measures we support or oppose.
We support Pro traditional family, Pro life, Pro constitutional, Pro America first, Pro 2nd Amendment, Pro USA sovereignty, Propositions and Ballot Measures. We have found our positions to be consistent with the family values that most Bible
believing churches advocate.
Many Pastors want to do more to support good legislation but they either think they will lose there non-profit status or they lack the information or resources to share with their congregations. We want to help in both these areas.
While we do not have a legal department, we can recommend some very good organization which can help you understand your rights and privileges as an American Pastor. Some of them may also be able to help you if you have any legal issues arising from
your political activity.
California Family Council has a well written section on what churches can and cannot do. They also have an great reprint of a 2004 article by Mathew D. Staver, "Political and Legislative Guidelines For Churches and Pastors," which presents in a clear way just how much you can do as a Pastor or as a Church.
Mathew D. Staver, is President and General Counsel of Liberty Counsel, has written a book entitled Political Activity of Nonprofit Organizations and
has published scores of articles on the subject. According to their website "Liberty Counsel provides free advice and legal representation to any church or pastor regarding political activity".
We have our own great resources as well. We have Printable Bulletin Inserts and Flyers. We also have analysis of Propositions and Ballot Measures, like what we have done for the 2005 California Special Election. We often have petitions for various on going campaigns, like the "Keep The Cross" campaign in Los Angeles County CA. And we have
a list of candidates that you can support (as an individual or within your limitations as a non-profit ), see our "Good Guys List" ™ at GoodGuysList.org.