Loyal to Party or Principle?

How do we stand resolutely on the Bible and consider public policy as a way to love our neighbors, seek the welfare of the city, and be an agent of positive change? How could that impact the way we vote in the 2016 presidential election? Learn more in this interview with Eric Teetsel, Founder and Principal of Public Square, a consulting firm specializing in faith and public policy.

About Eric Teetsel

Eric Teetsel is Founder and Principal of Public Square, a consulting firm specializing in faith and public policy. He previously served as Director of Faith Outreach for the Marco Rubio campaign. Prior to the campaign, he directed the Manhattan Declaration, a national movement of Christians for life, marriage and religious freedom. Teetsel also built the Values & Capitalism program at the American Enterprise Institute.

The proud son of a career Army officer, Eric graduated from Wheaton College (IL) and holds a masters degree from Azusa Pacific University. In 2011, he married Abby, a math teacher. Together with their daughter, Emily, the couple lives in Kansas City where they can be found walking their dog and cheering for the Royals.

About Michael Easley

Michael is husband to one, dad to four, pastor to Fellowship Bible Church, and host of Michael Easley inContext.

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