Join us for three free showings of Unplanned on June 22-23

June 14, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Life, pro-life | Tags: , , , , , ,

Pennsylvania Family Institute is sponsoring three free movie screenings of Unplanned with WJTL FM 90.3 Lancaster on Saturday, June 22 (7:30 PM) and Sunday, June 23 (4:30 PM and 7:30 PM) at The Junction Center – Landis Hall in Manheim. Free admission – RSVP required – https://www.itickets.com/events/429142 About the movie: All Abby Johnson ever wanted to do was help women. As one… Read more »

Action Needed: Help parents choose the right school for their child

June 13, 2019 | No comments | Posted in education, Parental rights | Tags: , , ,

House Bill 800, introduced by House Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny), is a bill that will help more families to send their children to the school of their choice, including private school. It is now on the Governor’s desk and we need your help in asking him to sign it into law. HB 800 passed the State… Read more »

First Ever Life Action Conference

June 12, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion, pro-life | Tags: , , , , , ,

Don’t miss guest speakers Hawkins, Klusendorf, and Centofante! The 2019 Life Action Conference, that will be held July 23-24 at Lancaster Bible College, is PA Family’s inaugural pro-life event of its kind. This will be a time dedicated to teaching and training Pennsylvania residents how to ensure that their state continues to protect the unborn…. Read more »

Governor Wolf touts extreme abortion views in city Planned Parenthood left in 2011.

May 31, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion | Tags: , , ,

Governor Tom Wolf, a former Planned Parenthood escort, was outside of Philadelphia today in Ambler hosting a rally to support his pro-abortion agenda. It’s ironic that he picked Ambler because Planned Parenthood – the state’s largest abortion business – voluntarily closed their Ambler facility back on June 30, 2011. Here are five numbers to keep… Read more »

SCOTUS Declines Boyertown Case, Misses Opportunity to Protect Bodily Privacy for All Students

May 28, 2019 | 1 comment | Posted in Privacy rights | Tags:

The Independence Law Center today expressed disappointment with today’s announcement by the US Supreme Court rejecting its appeal in the personal privacy case involving students in the Boyertown Area School District. The case, Joel Doe et al. v. Boyertown Area School District, challenged the district’s unwritten policy that permits the entry into school locker rooms and restrooms… Read more »

Klusendorf, Hawkins, Kengor to highlight City on the Hill 2019

May 28, 2019 | No comments | Posted in City on the Hill | Tags: ,

City on the Hill Youth Leadership and Biblical Worldview Conference (July 21-27, 2019) is an opportunity for high school teens to dive deeper into understanding truth claims on some of today’s most important topics. City on the Hill fosters an environment for teens to bond with like-minded teens to discuss these topics with some of… Read more »

It’s Election Day! Make sure you view PA Family Council’s Voter’s Guide

May 21, 2019 | No comments | Posted in Voting | Tags:

When you go to the polls on Tuesday, May 21st, you will be voting on a variety of positions. These may include judges, school board, city council, township supervisor, county commissioner, other municipal positions, ballot questions, and even special elections for PA State House and State Senate seats, and U.S. House of Representatives. Here are… Read more »

Proposed Allegheny County Ordinance Could Ban Even Pastoral Counseling for Minors

May 17, 2019 | No comments | Posted in Counseling | Tags:

By: Curtis Schube The Allegheny County Council is proposing a sweeping ordinance to ban all forms of counseling for minors who experience unwanted same-sex attraction or feelings of identifying with the opposite sex.  This ordinance, if passed, would be one of the most extreme and expansive of its kind. Allegheny County residents should be alarmed…. Read more »

How did your State Rep vote on the Down Syndrome Protection Act?

May 15, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Disability Rights | Tags: ,

On Tuesday, May 14th, the PA House of Representatives voted to pass the Down Syndrome Protection Act, House Bill 321. This legislation would prohibit the killing of unborn children based on a diagnosis of Down syndrome.  Currently, the majority of those diagnosed in the womb with Down syndrome are aborted. The bill now moves to… Read more »

PA Family Institute applauds PA House passage of Down Syndrome Protection Act

May 14, 2019 | No comments | Posted in abortion, Disability Rights | Tags: ,

Pennsylvania Family Institute applauds today’s passage of House Bill 321 — the Down Syndrome Protection Act — in the State House of Representatives. The legislation would prohibit the killing of unborn children based on a diagnosis of Down syndrome.  Currently, the majority of those diagnosed in the womb with Down syndrome are aborted. “Today’s vote… Read more »