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Election Day is almost here. Tuesday, November 3, 2020, will have lasting consequences on our state and nation, and voter turnout numbers are already setting records. Nebraska Family Alliance surveyed state and federal candidates, researched the issues, and assembled a free easy-to-use voter guide and information about the proposed gambling initiatives. Vote your values this election!
Gambling initiative measures 429, 430, and 431 are bad for families, bad for business, and bad for Nebraska. If successful, these initiatives would legalize all forms of gambling across Nebraska, create a monopoly on casinos for a few wealthy gambling operators, establish a paid, unelected gambling commission, and set up a tax structure favorable to casino owners.
The election is a week away, and our most cherished freedoms are on the ballot. The leaders we elect on November 3rd will significantly impact our lives, our families, our communities, and our nation for countless generations. Every day leading up to the election, join us as we come to God in prayer and ask for his guidance on the election.
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This week on the Daily Spotlight, Karin shares her powerful journey of adoption, loss, and acceptance. Karin was taken to a German orphanage when she was just a year old. Amid the Cold War, Congress passed the Refugee Relief Act of 1953, which accepted European refugees fleeing communist expansion into the United States. This created a path for orphaned children like Karin to be placed in American foster homes. Within six months of flying to the United States, Karin’s adoptive father died of a heart attack. Karin and her adoptive mother moved to Nebraska, which allowed single-parent adoption. When Karin was 13 years old, her adoptive mother was diagnosed with bone cancer. She passed away three years later. At a young age, Karin endured tremendous loss and hurt. While wrestling with sorrow, a chance encounter brought Karin to God. Karin found her spiritual family, accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior, and was baptized.
First Amendment expert and Constitutional Law Professor Rick Duncan gives a special crash course on the U.S. Constitution, Electoral College, and religious liberty.
Whether its policies written by your local school board, an ordinance signed by your mayor, policies crafted by your state representative or laws passed by Congress – public policies affect you. They lay the foundation for the future of our children and grandchildren. That’s why NFA is committed to influencing policy, so that Nebraska might be a state where marriages and families thrive, life is cherished, and religious freedom is celebrated.
At Nebraska Family Alliance, prayer is the foundation of everything we do. According to 2 Chronicles 7:14, if God’s people will humble themselves, pray, and seek His face, God promises to heal the land. We believe if the body of Christ unites in prayer our state will be transformed according to His will.
The power to make a difference isn’t just with NFA, it’s with you. That’s why we are committed to providing resources so you can let your voice be heard and ignite change in your community. Being involved, starts with being informed. From information on current events through our blog, podcast, and radio programs, to practical resources to help you contact your elected representatives through our Action Alerts, we exist to empower you to make a difference in your community.
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