Capitol Commission

Raleigh, NC

Founded: 2009

Tel: (919) 803-4646

Website: http://www.capitolcom.org

Top LeaderDr. Brad Harbaugh

Donor Contact: Mrs. Debra Adkins

Member Since: May 14, 2012


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $1,826,842
   Noncash Donations $0
   Other Revenue $57
   Total Revenue $1,826,899
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $1,915,231
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-88,332
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-88,332
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Total Assets $344,052
Total Liabilities $33,710
Net Assets $310,342
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Capitol Commission presently serves in 23 state capitols with a focused purpose of reaching the capitol community with the Gospel, via evangelizing those who have no relationship with Jesus Christ, and establishing those who desire to grow in their Christian faith. The Bible is faithfully taught, studies are printed and distributed to all legislative leaders, and pastoral care is provided to all in the state capitol community. Churches are encouraged and enabled to engage the political arena with prayer and encouragement.

Capitol Commission has a State Minister in Oklahoma who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a State Minister in South Dakota who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Support the National Staff that provides administrative support to the state ministries by receipting all donations to Capitol Commission, providing leadership, fund raising expertise, website presence, health coverage, retirement match funding, payroll administration, and social media support and encouragement.
Pray1tim2.org is an internet prayer blog which enables anyone from any of the 50 states to find out who their state legislators are and pray for them. On the 1st day of the month the President, Vice President, and Speaker of the House are listed with the the Governor, Lt. Gov, and Secretary of State or other official of the state. The last two days of the month the U.S. Supreme Court is featured. Tweets go to 50 State FaceBook and 50 Twitter pages. Funds are needed to maintain this prayer blog.
Support our national ministry as we reach the Capitol community for Christ. Capitol Commission’s mission is to provide a pastoral presence in the capitol communities of our nation. In these communities we purpose to reach every person with the gospel of Jesus Christ, to disciple them, and prepare them for a lifetime of ministry in whatever arena God chooses to place them.
Capitol Commission has a State Minister in California who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a State Minister in Arkansas who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a State Minister in Colorado who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a State Minister in Georgia who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a State Minister in Illinois.He leads Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Indiana who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Kansas who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Kentucky who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Louisiana who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Maryland who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Michigan who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Missouri who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of NC who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Ohio who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Pennsylvania who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of SC who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Tennesse who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Texas who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Virginia who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of West Virginia who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome.' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
Capitol Commission has a full-time minister in the state of Wyoming who must raise his own support in order be at the legislative sessions to lead Bible studies, election-eve prayer walks, pray for legislators and staffs 'under the capitol dome' AND to minister to legislators, who mostly are away from home, and under pressure from their constituents, political party, and lobbyists without the support of their home church. In many states our men lead the National Day of Prayer Function.
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