Our early International Pentecostal Holiness Church (IPHC) Disciplines forbade our involvement in “corrupt partisan politics.” Their intent was not that we are to side with “uncorrupted partisan politics,” but rather that we should avoid all partisan politics because they voted all partisan politics as inherently corrupt. While I understand that voting is a great responsibility and that some candidates espouse values that counter Scripture, I believe we would be wise to revisit the wisdom of our founders and tread carefully when we enter political discourse. Our commitment is to speak for truth and justice as partisans of Jesus Christ only. I address abortion and homosexuality and immigration and taxes and poverty and prisons and Israel etc. I trust you do too. But I do it as a Wesleyan Pentecostal Christian, never (I hope) as a partisan of this party or that. I’m too sold-out for souls to sell out to a political party. We’re not called to be Zealots but servants and seers.