Staying the Course: Stories and Wisdom from 44 Years of Faith in Politics
Congressman Joe Pitts served in the United States House of Representatives for 20 years and before that served for 24 years in the Pennsylvania State House of Representatives. He retired in 2017 as a respected statesman known for his strong Christian faith and his commitment to advancing Judeo-Christian values in government and society.
Joe Pitts now offers his wisdom and experience to the next generation through Asbury University's Joe Pitts Center for Public Affairs. The Pitts Center is designed to educate, motivate, and launch young, conservative Christians into the field of public service. It will emphasize three core causes, which are the longstanding passions of Congressman Pitts: humanitarian relief, human trafficking and religious liberties.
Having served on the frontline of the culture and legislative wars of the last 40 years, Joe has a unique insight into the proper role of Christians in public life and government and how to effectively advocate for our religious freedoms and values. His views on biblical Christian citizenship and how we, as believers, should engage with our government to protect our rights are desperately needed in this current cultural and political climate.