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By: Caleb SteindelRyan Bomberger, founder of the Radiance Foundation
What a year it’s been.
As the Pennsylvania Family Institute entered 2020, we were full of excitement for the upcoming year. After celebrating our organization’s 30th anniversary, we were anticipating … Read more
The Independence Law Center filed this case because county officials were forcing a church to pay taxes on their entire property and building as if they were a for-profit corporation – something no church should have to … Read more
(HARRISBURG, PA) – In response to today’s announcement by Governor Tom Wolf of his fall legislative … Read more
A federal loan program intended to help small businesses prevent layoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic now … Read more
Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Family Institute applauds the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in the Espinoza v. Montana case, which holds that Montana’s exclusion of religious schools from state scholarship programs funded by tax credits violates the US Constitution. … Read more
We have truly been looking forward to our 20th anniversary City On The Hill Youth Leadership and Worldview Conference, and to hosting a great group of teens from across … Read more
Prayer Gathering for ‘Justice, Mercy and Humility’ at the State Capitol steps Saturday June 6 at 11 AM
(HARRISBURG, PA – June 5, 2020) Local church leaders and pastors will host a statewide Prayer Gathering open to the public on the steps of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg this Saturday, June 6th at 11 am.
“We need … Read more
At the steps of the Capitol, local churches and believers will come together to pray.
WHO: Local churches and Christians from across Pennsylvania, helped organized by the Church Ambassador Network.
WHAT: Prayer gathering to pray for justice, mercy and … Read more
Today is the Pennsylvania Primary Election – Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
Primary elections are critical, as each party (Democrat or Republican) selects who will best represent their constituency in the November election.
You may still vote in person. However, some polling … Read more