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Our mission is to inform, encourage and mobilize pastors and their congregations to be proactive in restoring Judeo-Christian values to the moral and civic framework in their communities, states, and our nation.

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Mobilizing Pastors

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Pastors are the spiritual leaders in their communities. Vision America recognizes this vital role. We are working to encourage these God-given leaders to equip their congregates to promote their values in their communities. Scripture advises, "Where there is no vision, the people perish." Godly leaders are needed to inspire Godly people to be a Godly influence.

Promoting Values


Godly people are called to be a light in their community. In a secular society, many basic values are overlooked. Vision America promotes four basic values:

Encouraging Citizens

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We do not live in a bubble. As members of a democratic nation, we have the privilege and responsibility to represent our values in the public arena. Vision America provides resources and encouragement for Godly men and women to influence their communities confidently.


Vision America in the News

The Posse in the Pulpit

TIME Magazine, May 23, 2005, by Daniel Eisenberg

Ever since he witnessed an AIDS-awareness presentation at a Houston-area high school that went into explicit detail about how condoms could prevent the spread of the disease, the Rev. Rick Scarborough has been the kind of dedicated activist the G.O.P. has to thank for much of its current dominance. Since that day in 1992, Scarborough, 55, has believed that " Christians have a moral responsibility in this country to be involved in politics." For most of the past decade, the outspoken Baptist minister from Texas has used his pulpit to help elect conservative judges and politicians. Along the way, his...

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Fillibuster Fray Lifts Profile of Minister, May 8, 2005, by Shailagh Murray

Scarborough and other grass-roots conservative religious leaders believe the federal courts are trouncing Christian values on marriage, abortion and other right-to-life issues raised in the Terri Schiavo case. While he lacks the name recognition of more prominent religious activists, such as James Dobson of Focus on the Family, Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council and evangelist Pat Robertson, Scarborough is a potent force with close ties to House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-Tex.) and influential Senate conservatives.


America is in Peril - an interview with Dr. Scarborough

September 19, 2005

Dr. Scarborough sat with Rare Jewel Magazine recently to discuss the spiritual condition of our country. He addressed several issues that concern pastors and their congregations as they are called to be "salt and light" in their communities. Dr. Scarborough said:

"I would say, one of the things that drives me forward is there are a lot of preachers and a lot of Christians in America who have basically washed their hands of this culture as if to say, 'We're living in the last days, it's only going to get worse, some of the end times problems are being fulfilled, so why dirty your hands with the culture? Let's just get as many off this sinking ship as we can.' But there's one verse of one very clear prophecy regarding end times that gives me great encouragement for an Awakening in America:

"In Matthew 24 Jesus said, 'This Gospel shall be preached to every creature. Then shall the end come' [verse 14]. I see a great ray of hope in that one verse -- that a great, sweeping revival can come to America. There's no nation on earth better prepared theologically, economically, and technologically than the United States of America to quickly take the Gospel around the world, if, in fact, true revival were to break out in this country. The eyes of the whole world are focused on our nation... we have every tool we need to do it swiftly but the one thing we lack right now is revival."

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