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Website to help Christians engage in General Election 

Christian social policy charity CARE has launched a website, engaGE19, to promote active engagement in the 2019 General Election.

election 2019 750x500Christian Action Research and Education says engaGE19 will help enable Christians and wider society to think about important issues relating to family, life and justice. 
On its website, CARE says: “This election matters. There are big questions to be answered about Brexit, which continues to dominate the political debate. There are also serious challenges to the value of life on issues such as abortion and euthanasia. It's vital that Christians engage. 
“At CARE we are passionate about equipping the church to be politically informed and active. Our dedicated election website, engage19, is packed with helpful information on a range of policy issues to help you make up your mind. 
“God calls us to stand up and be counted and to make a difference in every area of life. Whoever we decide to vote for, let's be informed and equipped so we can make a difference on December 12.
The website contains information on party policies and manifestos, a hustings guide and details of local MPs voting records.

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