Following the General Assembly, the Board of General Superintendents shall appoint a General Christian Action Committee, one of whom shall be the general secretary, who shall report the committee’s work to the General Board.
Duties of the General Christian Action Committee are to:
Provide and develop constructive information regarding matters such as alcohol, tobacco, narcotics, gambling and other current moral and social issues in harmony with church doctrine, and to disseminate the information in denominational communications.
Emphasize the sanctity of marriage and the sacredness of the Christian home and to point out the problems and evils of divorce. In particular, the committee should emphasize the biblical plan of marriage as a lifelong covenant, to be broken only by death.
Encourage people to serve in places of leadership in organizations working for civic and social righteousness.
Alert people regarding the Lord’s Day observance, oath-bound secret orders, entertainments that are subversive of the Christian ethic, and other types of worldliness. (29.1)
Assist and encourage each district to establish a Christian Action Committee; and to provide each district committee with information and material on current moral issues to be disseminated to each local church.
Monitor moral issues of national and international importance and present the scriptural viewpoint.