Written by the Family Foundation of Kentucky, an organization with which CitizenLink is proudly associated.   Read more

Pastor Louis Giglio, well known for his leadership in fighting human trafficking and for founding the Passion worship conferences, was invited last month to give a prayer at President Obama’s second inauguration. Then a liberal blog unearthed a sermon he’d given in the 1990’s where he described same-sex sexual behavior as a sin and talked about people coming out of homosexuality. After a huge outcry was raised by lesbian-, gay-, bisexual- and transgender- identified (LGBT) activists and their allies, Pastor Giglio withdrew from the event.   Read more

The Stoplight® video “A Walk for the President” — written and produced by CitizenLink Senior Director of Media Stuart Shepard — has collected nearly 2 million views since its summer debut.   Read more

Abortion Statistics

December 21, 2012

How many abortions have occurred in the U.S. since legalization in 1973? What are some characteristics of women who have abortions? (more…)

(Advisory – Adult subject matter at some links. Links to websites not produced by CitizenLink are for informational purposes only and do not constitute an endorsement of the sites’ contents.)  Read more

And resources for their family, friends, churches and pastors.   Read more

Focus on the Family and CitizenLink are committed to holding to biblical truth about male and female distinctions, while at the same time reaching out with compassion and respect to individuals, families and churches affected by transgenderism. With that in mind, the following resources may be helpful as a starting point for those looking for hope and healing for gender identity issues.    Read more

As a rule, only very learned and clever men deny what is obviously true; common men have less brains, but more sense. Walter T. Stace  Read more

Risks Associated with Oral Sex

September 13, 2012

[Warning: May not be appropriate for young children – addresses mature, sexual content and risks.]  Read more

In states across the country, citizens have repeatedly voted in favor of one-man, one-woman marriage.  In fact, to date each time the question has gone to the ballot box, voters have affirmed this long-standing definition of marriage.  Read more

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