NBRR : National Black Robe Regiment

The vision for the modern National Black Robe Regiment is, equipping, empowering and engaging pastors for spiritual and cultural transformation. The National Black Robe Regiment is a network of national and local pastors and pastor groups that equips and empowers pastors to engage in their Biblical and historical role to stand boldly for righteousness and transform society through spiritual and cultural engagement.

Click here to print the form to fill out so that you can receive the Election Stewardship Guide.

Click here to fill in a web form for the Election Stewardship Guide.

How to do Registration in Your Church (PDF) Hyperlinks in this pdf will not work until you download/save the pdf to your pc/laptop/device/mac, and open it on your device.  The following links are the same links from this pdf.

(Application for Advance Ballot by Mail) click here

(Kansas Voter Registration Instructions) click here

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The mission statement of Culture Shield Network is to inform>connect>mobilize the Body of Christ to be the moral conscience of our culture.

The Lord has 3 institutions: Church, Family & Government

FACT: 75% of Christians don’t vote!

The Black Robe Regiment, founded by David Barton, has requested that Culture Shield Network leads in engaging Kansas’ churches to do voter registration and pass out Election Stewardship Guides in their churches. This is not an endorsement of any candidate!

Why is this needed? – Many Christian voters feel they are uninformed or underinformed. It’s time we address this so that we can increase the percentage of Christians that vote.

What is an Election Stewardship Guide? It will contain either public statements or show the voting record of the candidates on Issues facing our culture.

Objective: It’s necessary to increase the percentage of Christians who vote. To reach as many churches as possible with these goals to do voter registration and hand out the Election Stewardship Guides.

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