One year ago, thousands gathered outside the State Capital Building in Harrisburg as part of the Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham.
The goal of the tour was to visit every state capital encouraging people to 1) pray, 2) vote and 3) engage in the political process. Franklin Graham led those gathering in praying for America, for our state officials like Governor Tom Wolf, and for local communities.
Were you among those in attendance? If so, we’d love to hear from you about your experience that day and its impact. Just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below.
As so many did one year ago today, would you please commit to praying, voting, and engaging in the political process?
And at PA Family Institute, we wish to thank all that pray for our work, use our voter’s guide to help make an educated decision at election time (stay tuned for this year’s guide!) and partner with us in order to engage in the political process.
3 Ways to Stay Engaged with PA Family Institute
1) Join our gathering in Hershey Friday, September 22nd.
Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are still available for our Friends of the Family banquet featuring Congressman Gary Palmer with special guest and hero for religious freedom Blaine Adamson.
***TODAY (Friday, September 15th) is the last day to reserve your tickets or sponsorship! For tickets and sponsorship information: click here or call us at 717-545-0600.
2) Make use of our resources: pafamily.org/resources
***Coming this October: 2017 Judicial Voter’s Guide. We are currently contacting candidates for responses to our questionnaire and the guide will be made available online in October.
3) Further the conversation on pro-life, pro-family values.
A great way to keep up-to-date on these issues is through our Facebook and Twitter pages. You will find the latest news and insights on these important issues – for instance, we posted a listing of the failed inspections for Planned Parenthood’s largest abortion clinic in PA, performing over 20,000 abortions since 2013 and failing over 50% of their safety inspections.