Christian band releases 'Make America Great Again' song encouraging nation to be God centric

Jeannie LawDec 26, 2018 10:47 AM EST
Radiate Music

The Dove-nominated band About A Mile says their newly released single for "Make America Great Again" aims to point people back to God.

"It should be our agenda to 'Make America Great Again' by making America saved again!" frontman and guitarist Adam Klutinoty told The Christian Post on Thursday.

Produced and co-written by Grammy-nominated "Producer of the Year" Ian Eskelin, About A mile used the voice of the late President Ronald Reagan to kick off the track.

"If we ever forget we are one nation under God, then we will be a nation gone under," Reagan says on the track, which is a quote from a speech he gave at an ecumenical prayer breakfast in Dallas, Texas, on Aug. 23, 1984.

"This song is about keeping God at the center of our nation, and choosing to stand by our Bible instead of bowing to the world," Klutinoty said in a statement.

When CP asked why they chose President Trump's 2016 campaign slogan as the theme of their song, Klutinoty said...

Click here to read the full story on CP.

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