Monthly Archives: May 2013
Delaware Online News Journal headline today: Nurses: Planned Parenthood patients’ lives at risk
Former workers testified at a senate hearing in Wilmington that Planned Parenthood of Delaware’s Wilmington clinic performed “meat-market style assembly line” abortions and put patients at risk … Read more
Lancaster County Mennonite Family’s Wood Component Business Arguing Before Third Circuit Court of Appeals Tomorrow
Seeking religious liberty exception to federal abortion pill mandate
LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit will hear argument … Read more
By Michael Geer
Thursday evening, the Boy Scouts of America gave into more than two decades of attacks and challenges, and announced that it was changing its policy to now allow openly homosexual boys to participate in the Scouts. The … Read more
City on the Hill Youth Leadership Conference July 21 – 27, 2013
Early Registration Discount: Save $25 if you apply by May 28.
Open to all High School students (age 15-18).
To apply, register online at www.pafamily.org/application.php.
Pennsylvania Family Institute is excited to announce our Friends of the Family Banquet with special guest, Dr. Ben Carson
Saturday, September 7, 2013, at 6:30 p.m. The Hershey Lodge Sponsorships now available Click here for more details.
Dr. Ben … Read more
Tomorrow, 1400 delegates will vote to decide the future of scouting in America. Read this from Dr. Al Mohler for a thorough explanation of what’s happened and what’s at stake. Then join thousands of others in prayer for wisdom and … Read more
By: Dan Bartkowiak
Let me tell you a story. It’s a tragic story you may have heard about — one that needs to be told and won’t soon be forgotten.
It’s about a very young boy, who through grievous circumstances … Read more
Alert from our friends at Family Research Council:
Under new legislation, the government would punish any adoption agency that gives priority to married, heterosexual couples. The bill, co-sponsored by Reps. John Lewis (D-Ga.) and Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.), would cut … Read more
by Brandon McGinley
Kermit Gosnell used scissors to sever the spines of human beings while they struggled for life. And he is therefore guilty of first degree murder. This seems straightforward enough.
And in any other case—toddlers, adolescents, adults, the … Read more
The State Senate Banking and Insurance Committee passed House Bill 818 – a bill that would ensure your tax dollars won’t pay for abortions in Pennsylvania – with a vote of 9-5.
HB 818 would maintain current Pennsylvania policy regarding … Read more