Greg Cook reminds us that there is a community of faithful believers welcoming you to act on your conviction to Vote Common Good.
When you think of the words “Common Good,” what sorts of things have you been thinking about?
I have been thinking about our heritage, as a country.
And I’ve been thinking about the message of, “Love my neighbor.”
Maybe that’s the core of what I’m trying to move toward. Maybe it’s out of self-preservation. I want to run away from that fear, you know. I want to be feeling like we’re in this together.
What message would you have to somebody who’s even thinking about joining the Vote Common Good cause?
It’s fun. It’s fun. It’s involving, but it’s not all serious. It’s like taking a deep breath of fresh air. It kind of clears me out. I would hope it would for others, in that we just are happy to be here.
Is there anything else that you would like to get out there, something else on your on your mind or on your heart that you would like to put out there?
I’d hope that all of us, especially those people of faith who are a part of a religious community, could share this message and not feel afraid. Know that there are others doing it – and try to find them. Try to find them. Join up.