Church Finds Its Voice
Why We Exist
A pastor’s primary role is to teach God’s Word (Matthew 28:19-20), and this emphasis must remain the highest priority. The Bible is still the most practical and relevant Book for the issues of our day, and only this Book has the power to bring lasting change. It is imperative then, that church members are led by their pastors to discern the particular current-day issues the Bible addresses. Encouraging members to vote while in a small group or service setting does not need to be a high-pressured persuasive rant, but rather, a practical outflow and application of the biblical principles being lovingly communicated on a weekly basis.
Who we are
Peter Mordh is the pastor of New Life Church in Palmdale, CA and the Pastor Liaison for Pacific Justice Institute.
He holds a bachelors in pastoral theology and a masters in counseling and is passionate about telling others about Jesus and helping them become committed followers of Christ.
With PJI, he has encouraged and equipped hundreds of pastors and churches to vote their biblical values.
Peter and his wife, Danielle, have been married 17 years and enjoy helping others find new life in Christ. They, along with their boys, Camden and Chandler, love to spend time together and serve God together as a family.
Jonathan, the Missions Director of Church Finds Its Voice (CFIV) at PJI, brings 12 years of Christian ministry experience to the table. His passion lies in equipping the church for civic stewardship and guiding them to vote in alignment with shared values. With a strong focus on personal and professional growth, Jonathan is known for his exceptional leadership, management, and training abilities. He thrives on setting and surpassing goals and believes in breaking down visions into achievable steps.As part of the Church Find Its Voice initiative, Jonathan is excited to make a nationwide impact by empowering churches to rise above the noise, speak up, vote righteously, and reshape the future. His dedication to this cause drives his commitment to fulfill the purpose of the organization.
Our goal is to empower churches everywhere to find their voice through the legal environment in the US. Below are various resources to help your church.
Frequently Asked Questions
1- Where do I get my county’s voter registration forms?
Most voter registration forms are found at your Secretary of State Website. If you cannot find them on their website, you can simply search online or you can contact us and we would like to help you get registered to vote by sending you the website!
2- Do you provide voter guides?
There is one voter guide that we recommend everyone to use: https://www.electionforum.org/
3- How do I set up a voter registration table in my church?
Tell your pastor about the need to put a voter registration in the church’s entrance/somewhere visible to everyone.
Once the table is set, order resources to be put on the table such as voter registration forms, voter guides, American flag pins, and other flyers related to candidates running in your community.
Have a link or QR Code ready for the voter registration website just in case if people need a digital copy.
Keep in mind that we are nonpartisan and merely voting for candidates with biblical values!
4- What events will you be establishing?
We will be having Town Hall meetings in churches that collaborate with us and have church engagement offices.
For more information, please fill out the contact form and we will be reaching out to you as soon as possible!