The 2015 British general election is a confusing mash-up of promises, personalities and hype for many people across the nation.
In the midst of all the claims and counter claims from politicos, more than a few people have already opted not to vote on May 7. But is that a responsible and constructive decision? How can we make the difficult decision for one candidate or party?
And what of those who don't vote on principle? Is that to confuse anarchism with activism?
Mal Fletcher answered these and other questions in a very insightful interview today with BBC Radio host Mike Shaft.
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Dear Mal, I saw you some years ago in Lisbon. I was deeply blessed by your prophetic spirit for the nations. I'm especially moved by your messages that speak about being an influence in our world... Paulo Batista, Portugal
Rocknations went to another level this year: it was rocking. The bands were awesome, the messages were life-changing, challenging me to live God loud. It's amazing when God shows up at a place. PHUMZILE, United Kingdom
Great to hear those 80s songs (that blessed so many back then). 'To share God's love in music and word' is a great calling. I guess there's no time for a new album?! Ann, Australia