Christian voters turned out big for Donald Trump in the 2016 election, helping to push him over the finish line, based on several campaign promises.
One of those promises involved appointing conservative judges to the Supreme Court. And while we don’t really know how Neil Gorsuch will come down on issues that matter to Christians yet, we’re hopeful.
Other promises were based in the idea that there would be a new age of “religious freedom” for Christians.
It was a welcome prospect, as eight years under Barack Obama has certainly made things more uncomfortable for American Christians.
News out Wednesday revealed that President Trump is set to sign an executive order on Thursday morning that would make it easier for churches and other tax-exempt organizations to become politically involved, without fear of losing their tax-exempt status, per the Johnson Amendment.