The political issues of the day are often the moral issues of the day. We must NOT be afraid to mix religion, politics, and social issues. We must unapologetically confront our societal challenges with moral clarity, with–as the founders wrote–a “firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence.”
Tim Lajoie is a graduate of Boston Baptist College, Liberty University, and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He lives in Lewiston, Maine.
A U.S. Coast Guard veteran, Tim has spent the last 30 years in the criminal justice field in law enforcement, corrections, communications, and police chaplaincy. He has earned a M.A. in Management/Leadership Studies, M.S. in Criminal Justice, and M.A. in Theological Studies. He has completed coursework on theories of crime at the doctorate level. He is a former adjunct professor of social sciences and city councilor.
Married 30-plus years to his college sweetheart, he has two grown children (daughter and son), and five grandchildren.