Here are some of the questions we get asked the most by people who want to know more about APAC. If you have a question, please e-mail us and we will respond as quickly as we can.
What does APAC do to stand for righteousness in Local, State, and Federal government?
First, APAC prays. We believe in the power of prayer because we believe the eyes of the Lord are upon the righteous, and His ears are open to our cry (Psalm 34:15).
APAC monitors Local, State, and Federal legislative bodies and politicians to hold their actions up to a Biblical standard of righteousness. When legislation or politicians fail to live up to Biblical precepts, we make our supporters aware of it as quickly as possible so that they can take action.
APAC is vocal. We have found that the popular adage “the squeaky wheel gets the grease” rings true, particularly in politics. APAC supporters do not hesitate to call, write, or e-mail their representatives, or to show up at public hearings and respectfully voice their opposition to unrighteous legislation and policies in a cogent and articulate manner. We believe that the wisdom of God is not only pure, but also reasonable and persuasive (James 3:17).
Through timely e-mail alerts to supporters who have subscribed to our e-mailing list, we inform concerned citizens of current issues and encourage them to take PRO-action by contacting their legislative representatives. Not only do we provide contact information for politicians, but we also supply pertinent talking points with well-researched facts that can be used to frame our position and persuade others.
How does APAC inform its supporters?
APAC primarily utilizes e-mail and its website to “publish” pertinent information and facts amongst its supporters. Further, we strongly encourage our supporters to “spread the word” throughout their own spheres of influence that may be untouched by APAC directly.
What type of organization is APAC, and how is it financed?
APAC is a non-incorporated, informal association of Christians who take their responsibility as American Citizens seriously.
As a non-incorporated association, APAC does not solicit donations or maintain its own bank account. The website and other expenses are paid for directly through the private (non-tax deductible) generosity of APAC’s supporters.