Impacting Culture for Christ

Impacting Culture for Christ

One definition for culture found in Webster’s dictionary is “the characteristic features of everyday existence (such as diversions or a way of life) shared by people in a place or time.” Culture exists in its most basic form in our shared humanity rooted in the Imago Dei (Gen. 1:26). Culture can also be broken into subgroups like our local church or our community organizations. At the Church Ambassador Network, we have a vision for changing the culture for Christ at our State Capitol. We believe the Church is successful in impacting the culture at the Capitol when those in elected office use Scripture and a biblical worldview to impact everything they do. We believe the best avenue to create that culture is through building gospel-focused, redemptive relationships with local pastors (YOU) and elected officials. We want to bring a sampling of the Kingdom culture to our state’s leaders. I’ve heard it said that all it takes to change a culture is 20% of individuals in a group to buy into and live out a culture vision change to reach critical mass transformation. In Wisconsin, we have 132 members in the state legislature. This year 31 members of the legislature are not running to retain their seats. Which means 23.5% of those in the legislature next year will be freshmen in their respective house (Senate or Assembly). In Wisconsin, we haven’t seen this level of legislative turnover since 1942 when 32 out of 133 members didn’t seek re-election (24%).

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