Huckabee Steps Back Into the Pulpit at Evangelical Church in N.H.
WINDHAM, N.H., Jan. 6 -- A pastor from Texas was scheduled to deliver the sermon Sunday at a church here called the Crossing.
But instead this small evangelical congregation heard from a different special guest: Baptist minister and 2008 presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, who delivered a sermon of more than 20 minutes on how to be part of "God's Army" in the middle school cafeteria where the congregation meets.
"When we become believers, it's as if we have signed up to be part of God's Army, to be soldiers for Christ," Huckabee told the enthusiastic audience.
Days after winning the Iowa Republican caucus, where Christian conservatives powered him to victory, Huckabee now finds himself in a state without an extensive religious base. While more than 60 percent of GOP voters were estimated to be evangelicals in the Iowa caucuses, they accounted for only about one in five New Hampshire...
There is only one candidate that has really stood out to me as someone I can support without being ashamed. That candidate is Duncan Hunter. He seems to have a strong testimony in addition to his strong, consistent stand for what's right. Probably his disfavor from the media (not a bad thing) is one main reason he's not gotten alot of publicity.
Read more about him. There's no reason to vote for someone we'll be ashamed of (sure, he's not perfect, but in my opinion, he is the best choice for Christians).