Writing in the September issue of the Australian Presbyterian, Federal Opposition frontbencher Kevin Andrews (pictured) answers the question ‘What should Christians do to be heard in the public square?’

He makes 10 key points that are extremely relevant to any Christian looking to have an input into the policy directions of our nation.

Mr Andrews concludes: “Christians need to have a voice in the public square if Christian values are to be reflected in the policies of elected governments. This requires a clear vision, a plan of action, commitment, organisation, perseverance, and collaboration. It requires engagement with the political system.

"Most of all, it requires a belief that our way of life and our society has been enhanced by Christianity and will continue to be so in the future.”

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