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David and Nancy Writebol are missionaries to Liberia with Sudan Interior Mission (SIM), where Nancy works as a nurse. She recently contracted Ebola along with Dr. Kent Brantly, a doctor serving there. Both are back in the U.S. receiving treatment. Nancy’s husband, David, is still in Liberia and spoke recently with representatives of SIM.  Read more

CitizenLink is proud to work with the Alabama Policy Institute and other family policy organizations across the country to stand for marriage, life and religious freedom. Learn more about the one in your state.  Read more

A new website, “Talking 2 Teens,” discusses how important parents’ influence is on their children’s behavior, particularly regarding sex. The Utah County Health Department developed and launched this commendable site. I would highly recommend that parents utilize this site when approaching the issue of sexuality with their kids.  Read more

The Parents Television Council (PTC), a media-watchdog group, opposes the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to loosen its policy against radio and T.V. indecency (obscene speech and nudity). The PTC is making its opposition known to the FCC during a public comment period, which end June 19, 2013. They encourage parents to send comments to the FCC on this subject, as well.  Read more

Actually, Michael “Mikey” Weinstein, the founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF), uses some form of the word “monster” to describe Christians 12 times in this diatribe. Now to be fair, Weinstein is only talking about “fundamentalist Christian monsters,”  whoever those are. But since he mentions Focus on the Family’s founder, Dr. James Dobson, then that pretty much brings all evangelicals within the “monstrous” realm of Mikey’s imagination.  Read more

Listen in on today’s Focus on the Family broadcast with Dannah Gresh. It’s always an honor and privilege to have Dannah as a guest on the broadcast, particularly as she shares her wisdom regarding romantic relationships among older teens and college students. Dannah encourages young women to be content in their pursuit of God’s love instead of seeking attention and emotional relationships from men.  Read more

As some states move toward legalizing Internet gambling, one New York senator is raising concerns for his home state.  Read more

It was just a few years ago that gay activists argued for same-sex marriage via court rulings by claiming that majority rule (i.e., one man, one woman marriage amendments) should not defeat “minority rights” to same-sex marriage.  Read more

This morning, Senator Charles Schumer filed the U.S. Senates’  long-awaited comprehensive immigration reform bill. You can read the text of the 844-page bill, titled the ‘‘Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act’’ hereRead more

I’m just one of hundreds of voices among family advocates that have suggested that the current legal/constitutional arguments for same-sex marriage would also lead inevitably to polygamy or even group marriage. In fact, I had quite the give-and-take with the commenters on this particular post of mine from last year.  Read more