Posts Tagged: character
My good friend, and former Pa State Legislator Jeff Coleman today shared an article on Facebook from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette on the damage caused by gambling addiction. When Jeff was in the legislature, he was a strong and strategic … Read more
What was missing at Penn State? Love.
Here, I post a thoughtful piece by Tim Henderson, director of Campus Crusade for Christ (Cru) at Penn State. A must read.
“First, though, consider two of the victims described in the … Read more
I stopped by the Princeton Pro-Life website this morning, after noting that Dr. Russell Moore spoke at their Respect Life banquet last night. I was moved by the student group’s motto, Condiscipulorum Absentium Gratia, which translated means “for the sake … Read more
(written in response to the major DC law firm King & Spalding dropping its representation defending the Defense of Marriage Act due to pressure from homosexual groups. From FRC’s Daily Briefing 4-26-11)
Attorneys at King & Spalding probably thought that … Read more
December 21, 2010 | No comments | Posted in Family, Health, Politics | Tags: abortion, character, disabilities, Down's Syndrome, family, healthcare, political correctness, pro-life, sanctity of human life
While Congress and the President use the law to impose political correctness in the language we use to describe those with disabilities, they refuse to take action to end the genocide against children in the womb, especially those diagnosed with … Read more
Much like Thanksgiving, Christmas celebrations typically include large family get-togethers, culminating in a dinner feast, with family and friends gathered around the table for fellowship and food, and thankfulness to God for His provision and blessing in our lives. Sadly, … Read more
I’m belatedly reading Paul Kengor’s great book “The Crusader” on President Reagan’s efforts to bring down communism. This Thanksgiving message from President Reagan in 1985 reminds us to continue to fight for liberty, and makes me wonder what we’ve already … Read more
In this video speech, Dr. Pat Fagan of the Family Research Council shows how the Western standard of monogamy is under serious attack. Worth watching.
I’m excited to announce we just confirmed Dr. Peter Lillback and Dr. Paul Kengor to speak at our City On The Hill Youth Leadership and Worldview Conference, July 25-31. Dr. Lillback is author of the Amazon #1 book, George Washington’s … Read more
I think you’ll be happy with this news about our efforts and our successes on your behalf – in support of religious liberty and family values.
Earlier today, we hosted one of our “State Street Briefings” – a luncheon series … Read more