Former Presidential Adviser Offers Simple Path to Politics

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“We live in extraordinary times, and there is a need for leadership that the world hasn’t seen, probably, in its history.”

This insight regarding our current political, social and economic climate is from this week’s Kingdom in Politics podcast with political strategist, Marc Nuttle.

Marc is a seasoned attorney, adviser, political consultant, economist and entrepreneur. He has been the only person involved in federal campaigns across all 50 states, served as an adviser to five United States presidents and has advised over seven foreign governments around the world.

This kingdom leader’s curriculum vitae is impressive, and his perspective on his personal career, humble.

“I’ve been blessed with the call the Lord has given me,” he says.

Being an expert in the arena of politics and a steadfast believer, Marc has some key advice for Christians thinking of entering politics. Marc begins his advice by debunking the myth that simply being called by God makes one ready to run for office, then he presents his simple path to politics:

“Once you know what you believe, why you believe it and what you’re willing to stake your confidence and your abilities on, based upon your dependence on the Lord—then you’re prepared to run for office.”

In Episode 2 of Kingdom in Politics on the Charisma Podcast Network, you’ll have the opportunity to receive more insight from a political powerhouse who stands on kingdom principles when solving the world’s most complex problems. {eoa}

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