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Merry Christmas! Let the Pennsylvania Family Institute help you celebrate the Christmas season by offering you a chance to win one of a number of great resources.
First, the response from those attending our Friends of the Family banquet has … Read more
The Pennsylvania Family Institute is actively recruiting college student interns for Summer 2016 in our downtown Harrisburg offices, two blocks from the state capitol.
The program provides students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in nonprofit government relations and participate … Read more
Today, stacks of petitions bearing the signatures of thousands of Pennsylvanians are being delivered to State Senators and State Representatives in the Capitol, calling upon both an investigation and defunding of Planned Parenthood.
In light … Read more
Details: www.DinnerWithTheFamily.orgEric Metaxas is “a photogenic, witty ambassador for faith” (ABC News). He is a… Read more
The Pennsylvania Family Institute is thrilled to announce that Eric Metaxas, the best-selling author, entertaining radio host and inspiring cultural commentator will join us as the keynote speaker at our 2015 Friends of the Family Banquet this fall. We hope … Read more
“Lord, Hear Our Cry” – taken from 1 Kings 8:28 – is the central theme of this year’s National Day of Prayer on Thursday May 7th.
In Lancaster, multiple events will be happening throughout the day, culminating in a gathering … Read more
Barronelle Stutzman and her attorney – Alliance Defending Freedom’s Kristen Waggoner – are interviewed by Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) President Cathi Herrod. CAP is a sister-organization to the PA Family Institute. Here are highlights from the interview:
Waggoner: Christians … Read more
A judge in Oregon recommended today an order demanding that Aaron and Melissa Klein pay fines totaling $135,000 because they declined to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding.
In January 2013 a customer walked into Sweet Cakes by Melissa … Read more
On Tuesday, April 28, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in Obergefell v. Hodges, in which the Court will decide:
1) Does the Fourteenth Amendment require a state to license a marriage between two people of the same … Read more
After a ruling this week that Arlene’s Flowers violated the law by declining to decorate for a same-sex ceremony, Washington’s Attorney General, Bob Ferguson, who initiated the legal action against the grandmother and small business owner, offered a settlement of … Read more