I''m curious what some think. It seems as though american culture is getting more immoral everyday. In turn many ministries have gained momentum in fighting against these issues. Such as Abortion, gay marriage, etc... we all know the issues. Focus on the Family, ACLJ, Family life and I'm sure many other ministries or organizations have this mission as their main objective if not it is right near the top. These things have their place I suppose. But sometimes I wonder if the Gospel has not suffered because of the joint effort that is required to put the plans of these organizations into action. In other words, Are we less inclined to witness to catholics for example since they are such big promoters of the pro life view and other moral issues we tend to not want ot engage them when it comes to pointing out the error of their doctrine. This is just one example I'm sure if you thought about it you might think of others. I do believe to a degree that christian political ecumenical agenda has taken the place of what should be the great commission's position. Which should be front and center. God did not call His Church to preserve American culture. He did tell us to "make disciples" I know as christians we should be involved in the political shaping of our country. Our founding fathers sure were. Where do we find the balance. Am I on to something here. What do the rest of you think?