About United Christians Church
United Christians Of Florida – Established Circa 1727 – Online Since 2007
“If my people, who are called by My name will humble themselves,
and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways,
then will I hear from heaven, and forgive them their sin and heal their land.
Now, will My eyes be open and My ears attentive to prayer made in this place.”
2 Chronicles 7:14-15
“A Church of Civic and Political Responsibility with Personal Accountability to Christ, Our Living Lord and Savior.”
United Christians Church of America welcomes the interdenominational cooperation of Christian Pastors, church leadership, and members of any and all Bible believing churches. We expect each of our “dual members”, to be active in their local Christian church where they should tithe, volunteer time and talents according to their abilities. We also believe every Christian must serve in a form of community outreach and ministry to friends, neighbors, strangers, the widowed or the poor.
Recommending the best -available- state and local candidates, including judges, school board and ballot initiatives for the upcoming elections. United Christians is a volunteer organization that is active through clubs, organizations, churches and in neighborhoods. We make candidate recommendations based on the scriptural models of leadership, relying upon a multitude of counsel and knowing the candidates and the fruits of their lives as seen by others. Volunteers welcome, needed and appreciated!
United Christians in this state is modeled after and monitored by the leaders at www.UnitedChristiansOfFlorida.com which has been impacting elections since 1985. We raise and expend no funds in this – all volunteer – election effort. Visit www.UnitedChristiansChurch.com where members and visitors can benefit from hundreds of hour of teachings on a variety of topics relevant to their personal lives and our culture.
Ours is a “bottom-up” verses a “top-down” approach to political organization (which is the model of every other organization). We want to see Christians loving and serving their neighbors through our two century old political process by taking responsibility for the identification, education, and counsel of the “neighbors” in their precinct. A major goal is to impact the results of elections, yet, the end result will be multiple lives touched with the love of Christ – inviting a new neighbor to church, sharing the number of a crisis help line, bringing baby clothes to a single mother, arranging for meals on wheels, having some spontaneous prayer, sharing some spiritual reading materials, etc.