I'm sure you have questions about us and our mission. Here are some frequently asked questions and our response to them. Please feel free to contact us if you have more questions or want more information.

Are you bipartisan in your approach?

Thank you for asking. This mission grew out of a common concern that that the polarization of our country is a problem that must be addressed. Both republicans and democrats, conservatives and liberals, non-denominational, Presbyterian or Lutheran, pastors and psychologists...Americans all, came together to draft this initial attempt to rally Americans to Make America Civil Again. We share the belief that Christians and patriots  have diverse views. Our desire is not to stifle the differences that makes this country great but to help people dialogue constructively across their divides to find common ground and forge workable solutions.

Why are you focused on involving Christians?

The founders share a common faith and a commitment to involve Christians in impacting our communities. As believers, we are called to be salt and light. That means that we can't hide in our churches. We want to bring the love of Christ to the work of creating civil discourse. Once we have involved a number of churches in our civil discourse training, we hope to use graduates as facilitators in community issue forums supported by local politicians of both parties.

Is there a cost for your services?

Right now, this is a voluntary commitment on the part of all involved. Should public forums have a cost, a small donation may be accepted for those attending. But for now, this is a people thing...not a money thing! We'll let you know if that changes. So join our merry band in Making America Civil Again...