Actor and producer Kirk Cameron said America can get out of the “mess” by returning to the “original factory settings,” which involves listening to the Founding Fathers who relied on wisdom that comes from faith in God and His Word.
Speaking at the 2012 Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C., on Friday, the evangelical Christian said he was concerned about the future of the nation as he is a father of six children.
The 42-year-old actor, who played the character Mike Seaver on TV series “Growing Pains” in the 1980s, said he never understood the importance of voting, but “I now understand as a dad that someone will be steering the ship.” He said he is particularly concerned about the November election due to the nation’s gigantic debt, crumbling values, unwanted pregnancies, teenage suicides, breaking families, drugs, alcoholism, and so on.
Cameron added that he finds most people merely playing the blame game, while there’s a need for a clear voice to help the nation get out of the mess. “Perhaps we have forgotten what made us such a great nation in the first place.”Continue Reading on www.christianpost.com