1. As a follower of Jesus Christ, I am a citizen of another Kingdom.
2. My participation in electoral and political processes and their outcomes does not give ultimate weight to my sense of well-being since I have entrusted my life to the God of all Creation.
3. I celebrate the freedom liberty affords us all to participate in governance.
4. The way in which I speak of those with whom I disagree is powerful and viral; respect breeds respect and rancour breeds rancour. The society I desire to live in will be shaped by the attitudes I present towards those with whom I disagree.
5. I will pray for those in authority over me and given governance over people.
6. I will uphold the sanctity of life and our responsibility to steward the image of God in all seasons of human life so that the varied, insipid and unjust activities of the Evil One are brought into the light and human compliance with those activities is challenged.
7. I will distinguish my preferences from my principles that I might cooperate with other principled people for good.
8. I will maintain that good leadership runs on the rails of character, compentence, and community; therefore, I will personally continue to develop the integrity required to meet the demands of reality with courage.
9. My actions and attitudes matter more than my vote and your vote.
10. I will debate ideas with rigorous and throughtful discipline; I will love people with greater vigor.
What are you affirmations for the day after an election?