Steve Bradshaw

I’m Steve Bradshaw. Born in Pasadena, Texas and moved to Bonner County in 1988 with my wife and two sons.  Lifetime NRA member. I have been self-employed most of my life. My sons both work for BNSF and their wives are from Bonner County. My 5 grandchildren are all Idahoans.

I’m the pastor at the Cocolalla Cowboy Church and have been for 17 years. I have very strong conservative values and have always been a Republican voter. My belief in God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit hold me to a higher accountability.

I want to bring honesty, accountability, and integrity back to Idaho’s government by presenting all things in truth regardless of my opinion, I want to bring back moral judgement and common sense into our State government. I believe we can do this by taking the politicians and politics out of government.

We need to get back to the roots our nation set forth by the founding fathers and follow our Constitution as it was intended. The bulk of this nation’s founders were pastors, ministers, and clergy.

Steve Bradshaw: Ten Commandments
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We The People

Steve Bradshaw

Steve Bradshaw: Ten Commandments

Values we live by

Isaiah 6:8

Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me.

Steve's Thoughts...

George Washington, himself became a chaplain while he was as captain. Most of the signers of the Constitution were clergymen and four were current or former full-time pastors. Almost half of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, as well as most all of the founding fathers graduated from orthodox Christian teaching seminaries. Many were church elders and church officers which included:

Samuel Adams – signer of Declaration, father of the Revolution
John Hancock – Gov. of Massachusetts, Acting President, started the Minutemen, first signer of the Declaration
John Quincy Adams – Vice President the American Bible Society, 6th US President
Robert Treat Paine – signer of the Declaration, military chaplain
Rufus King – signer of the Constitution, ratifier of the Bill of Rights, manager of the American Bible Society
Bushrod Washington, John Lowell, Jonathan Trumbull, Timothy Pickering, William Samuel Johnson, Zephaniah Swift, James Bowden, James Kent, John Cotton Smith, Joel Barrow, John Treadwell.

These were all ministers in one form or another. I said that to say all this: I believe we, as Americans and Christians need to engage in the battle of what is right in the eyes of God and not what’s right in our own mind or according to what a particular party or special interest group thinks. Doing what is right does not have a color or party affiliation. It’s just the right thing to do.


Thanks,
Steve Bradshaw