We believe that our faith is lived in acts of prayer, service, and advocacy that respect God’s good gifts of religious liberty and church-state separation.
PRAY—As faith leaders we believe that prayer can change both our situation and the human heart. We encourage churches to keep public education at the forefront of their communal prayer life.
SERVE—Communities of faith are often at the heart of their geographic communities. We encourage churches to partner with local schools and for church members to be active volunteers in the work of public education.
ADVOCATE—In the interest of advancing legislation that puts the needs of Alabama children, families, and communities first, we work to educate and equip congregations and clergy to be more effective participants in the law making process.