Capitol Ministries plants and develops biblical ministries of evangelism and discipleship to Public Servants.
We have birthed ongoing outposts for Christ in more than 60 capitols throughout the world since our founding in 1996.
NYT Senior Editor Dean Baquet admits: “We don’t get religion.”
He got that right.
NYT fails to correct libelous story about Ralph Drollinger of Capitol Ministries
Ralph Drollinger, President and Founder of Capitol Ministries was libeled in a January 6, 2018 story by Katherine Stewart that was published by the New York Times.
The New York Times has failed to correct the factual error despite several requests by Capitol Ministries to do so.
On January 17, the following letter was sent to Dean Baquet, Executive Editor of the New York Times.
What Does The Bible Say About Debt?
What would Solomon, whom the Bible says is the wisest man ever to live, say about our nation’s $20.5 trillion national debt?
In the book of Proverbs, Solomon had quite a bit to say about debt, both personal and national, to Rehoboam, his son whom he was preparing to be king.
This week, Ralph Drollinger is teaching Solomon’s Advice on How to Eliminate a $20.5 trillion Debt to Members of the White House Cabinet, U.S. Senators, and Representatives in Washington, D.C.
We invite you to read this Bible study along with the leaders of our nation and learn from Scripture what principles we can glean from the wise king’s advice to his son about how to best manage a country’s budget.
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We want to make our resources available to as many people in as many ways as possible. With this NEW app, mobile device users from around the world will have immediate access to our Bible studies & much more!
Oaks in Office: Biblical Essays for Political Leaders 52 biblical essays designed to mature the Lawmaker, directing him toward making good personal and professional decisions that are based on the Word of God.