TH Spangler wrote: ↑June 28th, 2020, 7:03 amWell, my challenged friends, it is called service. Appointed boards are quite numerous and are often lacking in volunteers to help out. Also, I did make it clear that I was referring to national politics rather than local government. It is just more fun to sit back in an easy chair and gripe than it is to attend local government meetings where you can really impact change and develop an attitude of service. PM me if you want more suggestions.rogers3 wrote: ↑June 27th, 2020, 9:07 pmPlease explain how you participate in government without being involved in politics? But my main point is that foreign money is behind a lot of what's going on in the streets today. There's a big push for a new/one world government and Trump was a setback. But ... if I'm interpreting scripture correctly, it's only been slowed down ..... it's coming.TH Spangler wrote: ↑June 27th, 2020, 8:13 pm Christians should be involved in domestic politics. Foriegn money should not. Our mainstream media, university system and our domestic policies have been on the auction block for several years. And our adversaries are taking advantage. You are starting to see its affect.First of all, spelling "foreign" correctly would make you look a bit more intelligent. Secondly, I'd love a scriptural foundation for your statement. I do believe Christians should be involved in our government, but I don't think politics was mentioned in theology. Local politics... Maybe... National politics requires one to sell their soul.