Kingdom Mission Society (KMS) urges our supporters to regularly weigh in on policy questions that impact Racial Reconciliation, Christian Persecution, and Refugees, as well as other Special Focuses. We believe that engaging with these issues practically helps encourage citizenship and furthers dialogue both between supporters and policy makers but also more broadly encourages dialogue among Christians.
The aim of our advocacy is education and is meant to help Christians understand issues that impact our areas of concern as a society.
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Here are our focuses for September 2017
Medicaid and Health Care Reform
We are asking society members and supporters to contact their members of Congress in the Senate (click here) and House (click here) and ask them to set aside Medicaid from any health care reform. Say that along with 63,000 Christian you support vital programs like Medicaid that reduce poverty in the United States and prevent the working poor, people with disabilities, and single mothers and children from having to choose between their food and health care and that you believe Medicaid should be set aside from the current debate about health care reform, and be improved not targeted or undermined.
DACA and Dreamers