This was part of an article I was sent via e-mail......interesting, read on.
Evangelical Christians' priorities for change in government and society deviate from average Americans' priorities more than any other subgroup, according to a study released by the Christian research firm Barna Group.
The study reportedly asked respondents to rank the importance of 11 different issues, including overall care and resources devoted to children, the quality of public school education, national security, poverty, the state of marriage and families, the spiritual state of the country and the environment.
According to a Cybercast News Service report, among the general population, the issues receiving the most attention were overall care and resources devoted to children, but among evangelical Christians, the top three priorities were "enhancing the health of Christian churches, upgrading the state of marriage and families, and improving the spiritual condition of the U.S."
"By jove, I think we're getting it!"