1 Timothy 2:1-2  "First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority, so that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity".
 
Rep. Paul Tittl, an Evangelical Free Church member from Manitowoc, Wi., has been holding bible studies in his capitol office in Madison since he was elected to office in 2013.  Now he is facing opposition from The Freedom from Religion Foundation.  
 
I am posting his contact information so those who are so led of the Lord might send him words of encouragement 
and support. 
 
Rep. Paul Tittl
608-266-0315
888-529-0025
Rep.Tittl@legis.wisconsin.gov
 
In addition, there is a ministry by the name of Capitol Ministries - (cap.min.org) whose mission is to try to establish bible studies in all state capitols for legislators.  I have read their statement of faith and have found it to be simple and basic.  I found nothing in it that would be contradictory to our statement of faith. In addition, their ministry  advisors are men in who share our beliefs.   If you have the time you might take a look at  their website and perhaps you would be led to offer prayers for them, too.  
 
I believe that if we have elected officials who are men and women of faith and have been taught to be faithful disciples, it will result as the passage in 1 Timothy says in our ability to live godly lives.  Wouldn't it be fantastic if government weren't continually trying to force bible-believing churches and employers to behave in a way that is contradictory to their beliefs?