Evangelical Christian voters were a key part of the coalition that swept Donald Trump to power in 2016. Many were prepared to overlook his turbulent private life in order to elect a president who they believed would defend their values.
Four years on, Trump is relying on them again, but this time the Christian vote is more divided and looks increasingly up for grabs. His opponent Joe Biden is a Catholic who says his faith is his guiding light. Lebo Diseko meets Christian voters in the swing state of North Carolina and explores how important faith will be in a contest that Biden has billed as a battle for America’s soul.