Acts 20:28

“Pay careful attention to yourselves and to all the flock, in which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to care for the church of God, which he obtained with his own blood.”

Acts 20:28 Pastors is here to serve leaders like you who are willing to impact the culture. Along with our partnering organizations, we provide pastors with informative, non-partisan resources and training on how to winsomely address sensitive cultural and political issues within their churches. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, these valuable resources are provided at no cost to pastors. We’re ready to help you engage in a community of like-minded faith leaders! If you are interested in receiving resources tailored to your church’s needs, click the button below!

“I want to encourage you as a pastor to join Acts 20:28 Pastors. This is a nonpartisan group that really cares about our country. I know them personally. They have helped us here at Gateway Church to help communicate to our people the principles we are voting on in every election.”

Robert Morris
Founding Senior Pastor | Gateway Church

“I’m excited to share a new tool that has proven what we already know. And that is that pastors make a huge impact upon the nation. Acts 20:28 Pastors has proven that when a pastor receives the right information about his congregation and begins to lead, there is a 30% increase in voting by Christians.”

Dr. Jack Graham
Pastor | Prestonwood Baptist Church

Getting involved as an Acts 20:28 Pastor can change your church, city and nation.

We partner with pastors who are willing to learn more about how to mobilize their congregation toward active civic involvement. We want to help you build your resources, tools, and relationships in order to offer you support and guidance as you engage your congregation.
Civic engagement involves working to make a difference in our societies’ civic life. To make the difference, we need to cultivate the combination of awareness, skills, values, and motivation.
A person morally and civically responsible identifies himself or herself as a member of a broader social system and therefore considers social issues to be at least partly his or her own; such a person is able to see the moral and civic aspects of matters, to make and support informed moral and civic decisions and, where necessary, to take action.

YOUR NEXT STEPS

  • Receive free tools and resources by monthly email from Acts 20:28 Pastors. 
  • Learn about what’s happening across the nation.
  • Request voter guides and other resources to distribute in your church. Send us an email and let us know you’re interested.
  • Request your free personalized member engagement report.
  • Connect with Acts 20:28 Pastors on social media.
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