We work for God and the Country.
Housing is a basic human necessity, but the federal government is ill-equipped to regulate it. We think that local governments should write housing policies that fit their own communities and that individuals should have optimal freedom to decide where and how they live.
Many children in urban communities are tied to failing school systems that provide little incentive for reform. School choice gives children the best opportunity to flourish and reduces the burden on taxpayers and low-income families alike.
We believe it is possible to insist on healthcare for all and a free healthcare market. A system of private insurance backstopped by public insurance maintains the quality and accessibility of healthcare while providing a safety net for the most vulnerable.
Over the last sixty years, progressive economic policies have done significant damage to poor urban communities. It’s time to find a better way. We embrace the principles of free enterprise and personal responsibility in order to lift up the most vulnerable in our society.
Our events bring together a diverse group of pastors, policy experts, and politicians to develop creative solutions for urban communities, with the end goal of equipping our Clergy Network to lead community-building ministries in their own cities.
A growing network of conservative pastors.
We welcome pastors who share our values of faith, freedom, and personal responsibility to join the CURE family. As a member of the Clergy Association, you will receive invitations to events, educational resources for yourself and your congregation, and the opportunity to build lifelong friendships with fellow clergy across the nation.