Kim DavisFederal officials have taken Kentucky County Clerk Kim Davis into custody. She will spend time in jail for exercising her rights of conscience. Davis has maintained she cannot issue same-sex marriage licenses because of her deeply held faith. Late this afternoon, she refused to allow her deputy clerks to issue the licenses in her stead.  Read more

Meet the Webers

September 3, 2015

Weber FamilyCitizenLink will have a new president and CEO on October 1. He is Paul Weber, an experienced ministry executive whose skills and talents will enable greater growth and impact—not only at CitizenLink but across the national alliance of state-based Family Policy Councils (FPCs) that CitizenLink serves. And, ultimately, for you and your familyRead more

Your Wins for Faith and Family

September 1, 2015

01-Connection-NewsletterWhen the Supreme Court forced same-sex marriage on the nation this summer, it was easy to think that all pro-family policy was headed in the wrong direction. But the real story is actually quite different, says John Paulton, manager of policy and research for CitizenLink.  Read more

Tom-MinneryThis month, Tom Minnery will step back from his position as CitizenLink president. To honor his nearly 30 years in the public policy arena at Focus on the Family and CitizenLink, we decided to run a ‘Best of Tom’ article series. This piece was published in Citizen magazine in December 2010.  Read more

KimDavisToday a federal appeals court issued an order to Kim Davis, a Kentucky county clerk, apparently forcing her to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Davis and the folks in her office are standing strong as of this writing. They say they are waiting for a final order from U.S. District Judge David Bunning, who has said he would delay his ruling until Monday.  Read more

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