Protect THE FAMILY
Recent days and weeks in our nation have led to the horrifying and unbelievable outcome of 44 leaders in our government voting to allow the murder of infants, if deemed unwanted. As you may struggle with how to understand the nature of these men and women to legislate such abhorrent policies, remember that the fight for families must be approached with truth - understood and well-articulated.
Infancticide and abortion are a heated topic in this nation today, however other policies and proposed legislation are seeking to undermine the fundamental unit of our society - the family.
You do not have to be a member of the U.S. Congress, a researcher on family policies, or a leader of an organization which promotes social issues to become aquainted with the issues that are and will be affecting your family.
Your voice matters. And if you care about family, your voice is needed in a big way!
Know what's happening and know how you can help. The following organizations provide up-to-date coverage of current research, policies, legislation, and news involving the family. Many also provide resources for strengthening parents and children and networking outreach so you can connect with others.
Familiy Research Council. Family Research Council is a nonprofit research and educational organization dedicated to articulating and advancing a family-centered philosophy of public life.
United Families International. United Families International seeks to strengthen and defend family, marriage, life, parents, and religious liberty.
Live Action. Live Action News reports daily on stories revealing the dignity and humanity of preborn children, including exposés of the abortion industry.
Search Institute. Search Institute is a nonprofit organization that studies and works to strengthen youth success in schools, youth programs, families, and communities.
American Academy for Pediatrics + Healthy Children.org. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is an organization of 67,000 pediatricians committed to the optimal physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults. Healthy Children is the only parenting website backed by the AAP and provides general information related to childrens health, guidance on specific parenting issues, and child health resources and research-based recommendations.
Shine On. -Kimberly
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