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Is There Hope for America? | Video

Religious freedom on the ropes. God being pushed out of the public square. Families struggling to survive, let alone thrive. The current state of our culture can often leave one wondering if there is any hope left for America. Dr. Wayne Grudem, says there is much to be hopeful about. Show More Summary

Study Debunks ‘Born This Way’ Theory

A report in The New Atlantis says there is no scientific evidence that people are born gay. Lawrence Mayer and Paul McHugh worked to summarize research on the subject and found that what has been pushed by activists does not have a basis in scientific proof. Show More Summary

Family Policy Alliance Needs Your Help

Family Policy Alliance is searching for the right candidate to fill the position of Vice President, Public Policy and we need your help. Do you know someone interested in leading a public policy team for a growing national organization?...Show More Summary

Four Things You Can Do About Bathroom Policies

Even though a judge has halted the implementation of transgender bathroom policies for now, you still need to be armed with the right information should another court put their stamp of approval on the issue. Our friends at The Family...Show More Summary

Obama Bathroom Edict Stopped by Federal Judge | Family Policy Briefing

A federal district court judge says the Obama Administration does not have the authority to interpret Title IX law and that the push to include biological males in girl’s restrooms, locker rooms and even sports teams must cease while a lawsuit moves forward. Show More Summary

Power vs. Principle

U.S. Rep. Daniel Webster got into politics because he saw an unfair zoning ordinance that needed to be fixed. What started with a local election in Florida ended up with Webster’s rise to the House of Representatives and a career as a statesman. Show More Summary

You’re Likely Hearing More Politics from the Pulpit

If you’re in church this summer, more than two-thirds of you say you’re hearing about at least one political issue during the weekly message. And about 14 percent say you’re hearing about specific presidential candidates. Pew Research...Show More Summary

Christian Colleges in California Get a Reprieve

Your voice has been heard in California! An outcry in the state – and across the nation – has resulted in a reprieve for Christian colleges and universities. SB 1146 would have seriously restricted the religious freedoms of Christian institutions. Show More Summary

What Do You Say to Connecticut? | Stoplight

You may be hearing people say they’ll not vote in a certain race this year based on their Christian principles. In his Stoplight® commentary, Stuart Shepard suggests that you might ask them, “What do you say to Connecticut?” The post What Do You Say to Connecticut? | Stoplight appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.

Why Planned Parenthood is Suing Family Policy Institute of Washington

Family Policy Alliance is proud to partner with nearly 40 state-based groups, including Family Policy Institute of Washington. Joseph Backholm is the executive director. This article first appeared on FPIW’s blog. Two days ago, FPIW’s communications director, Zach Freeman, was served legal papers naming him as a defendant in a lawsuit. Show More Summary

California Bill Could Harm Christian Colleges in Your State | Family Policy Briefing

California lawmakers are pushing a bill that would infringe on the religious freedom of Christian colleges and universities. And, if it passes there, it could be making its way to your state in the near future. John Paulton with Family...Show More Summary

Indiana Planned Parenthood Given Okay to Abort Down Syndrome Babies

A federal judge has blocked an Indiana law banning abortions on babies with genetic disorders, such as Down Syndrome. The Dignity for the Unborn law makes it illegal to perform abortions because of a genetic disability, the baby’s race or sex. Show More Summary

Top Court Halts Transgender Bathroom Push in Virginia

The U.S. Supreme Court has stopped an effort to allow boys access to the girls bathrooms in a Virginia school district. At least until they can decide if they will review the Gloucester County School board’s case. Justice Stephen Breyer...Show More Summary

No One Asked Me First

The push to allow men access to women’s showers, locker rooms and restrooms has provoked an outcry from those most affected – women and children using those facilities. Family Policy Alliance is answering those concerns by launching the Ask Me First campaign. Show More Summary

The Next Election | Family Policy Briefing

Tired of hearing about this doozy of an election? Family Policy Alliance has some good news. We’re looking to change future elections with the launch of our Statesmen Academy. Paul Weber tells us about the first gathering of statesmen and women who will impact our government for generations to come. Show More Summary

Clarifying the Supreme Court Marriage Ruling

The Supreme Court’s Obergefell ruling last summer left many states in limbo concerning marriage law. Now, a Tennessee lawsuit is calling for much needed clarity.  David Fowler, president of Family Action Council of Tennessee, explains why the suit is needed and what he hopes the outcome will be. Show More Summary

Commentary: ‘Best’ is Not Available – Choose the ‘Better’

by Stuart Shepard You’ve heard the argument: “Aha! So you think (fill-in-the-blank) is the right candidate? Well, I’m very surprised and disappointed that you – as a Bible-believing Christian – would be in full support their long history...Show More Summary

What Will Cleveland Mean for You? | Family Policy Briefing

The Republican National Convention kicked off in Cleveland this week. It’s been unusual, to say the least, but what does it mean for voters of faith? Paul Weber of Family Policy Alliance talks about everything from the party platform...Show More Summary

House Passes Important Pro-Life Bill

The House of Representatives passed the Conscience Protection Act on Wednesday. The bill would ensure pro-life Americans will not have to participate in abortion. Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council said it is a step in the right direction. Show More Summary

Pence VP Pick Could Change Presidential Race | Family Policy Briefing

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is the apparent choice for Trump’s vice president. Pence, who has famously introduced himself as “a Christian, a conservative and a Republican – in that order,” has been a champion for conservative values in Indiana. Show More Summary

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