Grace. Humility. Love.
The Rev. Paul Prather, pastor and contributing columnist at the Lexington Herald-Leader, spoke of evangelical Christians and the intersection of faith and public policy at a Kentucky Heartland Institute on Public Policy address recently on campus.
Prather, who pastors Bethesda Church in Mt. Sterling, said grace, humility and love will serve evangelical Christians well in life.
"We ought to be humble," he said.
He said the church is declining in influence, citing statistics, and more people have no faith at all.