Posts Categorized: Religious Freedom
What I learned watching Barronelle Stutzman’s court case arguments
By: Dan Bartkowiak
I just finished watching the oral arguments in the case against the Washington florist and if there’s one lesson to learn, it’s that Pennsylvania does not want to … Read more
On Tuesday, November 15th, the Washington State Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case, State of Washington v. Arlene’s Flowers.
No one should be punished by the government for peacefully living and working consistent with her beliefs. Yet … Read more
FACT: One of the greatest threats to religious freedom and personal privacy ever faced in Pennsylvania … Read more
Pennsylvania Family Institute is privileged and grateful to receive these and many other compliments from those attending our annual Friends of the Family banquet – what has become one of the premier … Read more
Immediately following the Prayer Rally with Franklin Graham in Harrisburg on Thursday, September 15th is a Pastors Luncheon from 1:30pm – 3pm at the Harrisburg Hilton; just a few blocks away from the rally. Any pastor and their spouse … Read more
After a nearly four-hour hearing in Harrisburg on part of Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills – SB1306 – here are some of the highlights:1. SB1306 is not the end game; it’s the full Bathroom Bill proposal or nothing.
Testimony given … Read more
Today, a public hearing is scheduled in Harrisburg on one of the proposals related to Governor Wolf’s Bathroom Bills (SB1306). Randall Wenger, Chief Counsel for Pennsylvania Family Council, will be giving testimony as part of a panel before the Senate … Read more
“I’m going to every state in our country to challenge Christians to live out their faith at home, in public and at the ballot box—and I will share the Gospel.” –Franklin Graham
Thousands will come together in Harrisburg from 12 … Read more
Last night, there were many victories – and not just in Olympic swimming and gymnastics.
This past evening, Luzerne County Council members voted down an ordinance that would have added special statuses to discrimination law and negatively impacted the privacy … Read more
Former Atlanta Fire Chief Kelvin Cochran testified before Congress in support of the First Amendment Defense Act – a bill seeking to protect religious freedom.
“It’s unthinkable to me today as an American, that the very faith and patriotism that … Read more