State Senate Misses Its Opportunity to Protect Children Diagnosed with Down Syndrome

October 18, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Disability Rights | Tags: , ,

Pennsylvania Family Council is deeply disappointed by the lost opportunity in the Pennsylvania State Senate to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 2050, before the session ended Wednesday. This allows the targeting of babies for abortion simply because they may have Down syndrome to continue. The bill had passed the House earlier this… Read more »

Honoring God with your vote: A review of federal elected officials

October 17, 2018 | No comments | Posted in Voting | Tags: ,

Is it appropriate for Christians to be involved in something so “this-worldly” as government, elections and politics? Jesus once said that we should love the Lord with our minds, as well as with our hearts. Consequently, Christianity should not be limited to a feeling; it should be applied to every part of our lives, including… Read more »

Honoring God 2018 – How will you honor God this election?

October 14, 2018 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized | Tags:

Resources every Pastor and Church may use this Election Season This November, the future direction of our nation and our freedoms is at stake. That’s why we need leaders like you to encourage your church and community to vote and become good stewards of their earthly citizenship by making a difference with their vote. As… Read more »

After Gosnell: What the Abortion Industry Unashamedly Fought (and, thankfully, Failed) to Stop

October 12, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion | Tags: , , ,

PA Family Institute played a critical role in turning the tide for Pennsylvania to pass a law and fix some of the problems uncovered with Kermit Gosnell’s House of Horrors. The abortion industry did everything they could to stop it.  “There is no justification for denying abortion patients the protections available to every other patient… Read more »

5 weeks of testimony, 54 witnesses: Relive the Gosnell trial

October 12, 2018 | No comments | Posted in abortion | Tags: , ,

Relive the Gosnell trail: Five weeks of testimony, one witness after another (54 witnesses total) telling of beheaded babies, snipped spines, and a filthy clinic. Jurors were shown color photos of aborted fetuses – some as old as seven months, others allegedly born breathing and moving – and sat near an array of aged equipment from the… Read more »

Voter Guides are now available (print and online)!

October 8, 2018 | No comments | Posted in Uncategorized, Voting | Tags: , , , ,

Our General Election Voter Guide is the most comprehensive statewide voter guide in Pennsylvania! The print guide covers U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Governor, and State Senate. All of these races PLUS State House races are available online at Order bulk copies of our print guide to distribute in your church (these guides are 501(c)3… Read more »

Presidential Message on Down Syndrome Awareness Month

October 3, 2018 | No comments | Posted in Disability Rights | Tags: ,

October is Down Syndrome Awareness Month and President Donald Trump took the opportunity to celebrate the lives of those with Down syndrome through a presidential message: “We are learning more about this condition and the increased need for widespread education and acceptance.  These efforts help to ensure many of our youngest citizens with this condition… Read more »

Learn more about these champions for religious freedom coming to PA

October 2, 2018 | No comments | Posted in First Amendment, Religious Freedom | Tags: , ,

Sponsorships and tickets are available for PA Family Institute’s 2018 Friends of the Family Banquet in Hershey on Saturday, October 20th. Join Pennsylvania Family Institute to hear from and honor two men who have become champions for religious freedom. Jack Phillips, Masterpiece Cakeshop Jack Phillips is a Colorado cake artist who politely declined to design… Read more »

She wrote six words to this Senator that everyone needs to read

October 1, 2018 | No comments | Posted in Disability Rights | Tags: , ,

Art is a part of who Emily Hartmann is. It’s her passion and brings her much joy. When she’s in her studio, she’s been known to break out in soulful song and bust a move. Emily, 25, was part of the 2012 graduating class from Warwick High School. She works both at Goodwill and Excentia Independent… Read more »

Top 10 Reasons Why You Need To Call Your State Senator: Pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act

September 24, 2018 | No comments | Posted in Disability Rights | Tags: , ,

Today your State Senator is back in Harrisburg to finish out the remainder of the 2017-2018 legislation. There are only ten session days left on the Senate calendar for them to consider and vote on the Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 2050. Please contact your State Senator and ask to pass the Down Syndrome… Read more »