We have seen some very serious problems in this country, and we are not just talking about religious conservatives.
Religious groups, too, are suffering.
We are witnessing a culture of distrust, of people believing that religion is somehow inherently bad, that there is something fundamentally wrong with it.
That’s an epidemic in this era.
We have a problem of faith being seen as a threat to everyone, especially minorities and young people.
There are so many of them.
There is an epidemic of distrust.
And the only way we can change this is to have faith in each other.
And I am going to talk to you about faith, and I’m going to tell you what it is, and how it affects me and how to build faith.
I’m not talking about faith in a religious institution.
I am talking about your faith.
You don’t need to be a Christian or a Hindu or a Buddhist to believe in God.
Faith is a natural, healthy part of our human nature.
It’s a natural part of who we are.
And faith in God is the very reason why we want to build this country.
Faith in God helps us get through this life.
Faith helps us stay alive.
It helps us find meaning and purpose in this life, in this moment.
That is the greatest gift you can give to a country, it is the one that allows us to move forward.
That means believing in God, trusting in Him, and trusting that He will provide us with the strength to continue to live and prosper.
And then I want to talk about what the next steps are.
We all need to talk a little bit about how we can get past this distrust.
It is a common misconception that there’s some kind of religious backlash happening, that the majority of people are not following the faith traditions.
We do have a very small group of people that are following faith traditions, but I think that is a very, very small number.
It does not represent the vast majority of the American people.
We just have a lot of people who are just starting out in life who are not religious, who are still struggling to find their way in life.
And so I think the way we respond to this is really important.
The way we think about it is we are going to make it clear to the American public that the American Dream is a great thing.
We want to make sure that every American has the opportunity to go to college, and then to go back to school, and to get a good job.
And we want our children to have the opportunity not only to go into the middle class but also to be the kind of person who can lead their lives and make their own decisions.
So I think we need to go in with the assumption that the country is full of people of faith.
But we are also going to take the opportunity that faith is a part of America.
It will not be a new thing.
Faith has always been part of American life.
It has always influenced our way of life, and it will continue to do so.
We’re going to continue, as the country continues to grow and change, to bring our faith to the forefront, and the way that we do that is by taking a very real, deep, thoughtful, and careful look at the way in which we approach faith.
We need to really think about how to make the American Faith Movement a bigger part of the public consciousness and of the fabric of our society, and that includes being thoughtful about the role of faith in our political and social fabric.
This is something that I think is happening.
We’ve seen, for example, the resurgence of faith-based organizations.
And these are groups that have been around for a long time.
They are organizations that were founded to be able to help people in need, or help families in need.
And they are doing an incredible job of helping people.
They’ve been there for years, they’ve been in schools, they’re working to make this a place where everyone feels valued and cared about, and they are helping people make better decisions.
And what’s happening in these faith-driven organizations is that they are really creating a kind of faith identity.
They’re not just being a kind-hearted group of Christian missionaries.
They don’t have to be.
They just have to feel like they are part of a larger community, and part of that community is religious institutions.
There has been a great resurgence in faith-related institutions, including churches, schools, hospitals, and so on.
And now, faith-oriented institutions are not the only ones.
There have been a lot more churches in recent years.
And churches have been part and parcel of American culture for decades.
In the last couple of years, the number of Christian-owned churches has exploded.
There were more than 5 million churches in America in 2012, and now there are about 3.5 million churches, and these churches are thriving.
And that’s because of faith institutions