I use the tag quite a bit, and will be using it quite a bit more.
Visualize the point where either faith directly impacts politics, or where politics directly impacts faith.
In the past, faith has informed our politics; our faith has a direct affect on how we see politics, how we vote, how we discuss the state of our country. More and more, I see politics, or politicians, or the government itself having a direct affect on how people of faith are allowed to live out their faith.
Where people of of faith are forced by law to violate their conscience, visualize that point. Where people of faith are forced to act, or are prevented from acting.
Dictionary.com defines "persecution as the state or act of being persecuted."
With this in mind, I suspect that there will be more stories where faith and politics intersect.