Pastors: Time is Running Out to Register For Protect My Ministry Tour

Pastors: Time is running out to register for the Protect My Ministry Tour. This 14-city tour Sept 30-Oct 21 will equip pastors, Christian school headmasters, and ministry leaders with the information and resources they need to protect their church, school, or ministry from legal attack due to the recent Supreme Court decision on marriage. Continue reading

Protect My Ministry Tour | Fall 2015 Dates

“A conference for Pastors and Christian School Headmasters to legally protect their churches and schools in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s decision redefining marriage…” Continue reading

Titusville: God's Design For Marriage Service

Join us for the “God’s Design For Marriage” Seminar in Titusville, Florida, on Sunday, September 13, 2015, from 9AM-2PM. Continue reading

2nd Annual Coalition To End Sexual Exploitation 2015 Summit

Thursday September 10, 2015 – Saturday September 12, 2015 Map and Directions | Register Description: JOIN the Coalition To End Sexual Exploitation at the 2nd Annual Coalition To End Sexual Exploitation 2015 Summit, September 10–12, 2015 at the Renaissance Orlando at … Continue reading

The Biggest Lie: Same-Sex Unions Don’t Affect You

This change in the definition of marriage has dire consequences to religious liberty, and will eventually impact all of us, both directly and indirectly. Continue reading

Seven Reasons Why “Getting Government Out of the Marriage Business” Won’t Work

Get government out of the marriage business? Few understand the logical implications of their argument. There are at least seven reasons why “marriage privatization,” if really achieved, would profoundly harm citizens and society. Continue reading

It’s Time to Pray–and Its Time to Stand

The government should not be allowed to punish Christians for holding to their biblical beliefs about marriage. Continue reading

With the Supreme Court’s decision, your gift to protect family and freedom is more crucial now than ever!

The bottom line, is that the decision by the majority is extremely disappointing, but we are called to be faithful and stand for what is right, regardless of the circumstance. Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: US Supreme Court Forces Redefinition of Marriage in All 50 States

“This sad day in history will forever reflect the that highest court of our land ignored the rule of law and the will of 51 million people in over 38 states in an illegitimate act of raw judicial power and arrogance.” Continue reading

LGBT Community Defends Arlene’s Flowers

The political leadership of the LGBT movement wants to convince the world that the debate over conscience rights and religious freedom is a debate between those who hate gay people and those who don’t. In reality, its a debate between those who hate freedom and those who don’t. Continue reading

Special Report: Update on the Attack on Florida’s Marriage Laws

Summary of News Events and Analysis | There are several developments that have taken place just in the last several days before, during, and after the holidays regarding the attack on Florida’s marriage laws. I want to update you on this matter because there are almost daily developments that have occurred… Continue reading

Special Report: Update on Legal Status of Marriage

Frequently Asked Questions on Florida’s Marriage Amendment By Attorney John Stemberger Continue reading

Update on Broward Clerk Issue

The matter regarding the Broward County Clerk of Court, Howard Forman, and his decision about the issuing of same-sex marriage licenses is now on hold. Continue reading

Florida Family Action Field Offices’ Grand Openings

Join us for food, fellowship, special speakers, networking, and making a difference! Continue reading


Judge Ignores Rule of Law, Will of the People and Supreme Court of the United States by Claiming that Florida Marriage Amendment is Unconstitutional Continue reading

An open letter to Congressman David Jolly regarding the reversal of your position on homosexual marriage  

Dear Congressman Jolly, We recently learned of the complete reversal of your position on homosexual marriage from the Washington Post. Please know how profoundly disappointed we are in this decision. … Continue reading

We need hundreds of volunteers over the next four months

Here are NINE ways you can help right now! Continue reading

What Leadership Looks Like

In a day when public officials are cowardly running from their sworn obligations whenever so called “gay-rights” challenges are at hand, Florida’s Attorney General Pam Bondi is to be commended for her courageous and clear defense of Article I, Section 27 of the Florida Constitution. Continue reading

“Sine Die” Victories

We had a great run this session with some solid victories. Below is a summary of the legislative victories of the good bills that passed which now await the Governor’s signature or veto. Continue reading

Would you help us now with an end of year gift?

There are only 5 days until 2013 year-end giving opportunities come to a close at midnight on December 31st. Make your year-end tax deductible gift to the Florida Family Policy Council. Continue reading

2013 Accomplishments

A couple of the videos from our Annual Policy Awards Dinner showcase some of what we’ve accomplished this year. Continue reading

As if the whole struggle depended on me alone

It was a cold day on January 20th, 1981 in Washington, D.C. Newly-elected President Ronald Wilson Reagan was giving his first inaugural address and, in closing, he pulled from history the story of a little-known hero named Martin Treptow. Continue reading

Marriage: What Will SCOTUS Do?

by Joseph Backholm Next week the Supreme Court is expected to issue a decision on same-sex marriage.  The court will be deciding two lawsuits, challenging the constitutionality of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and California’s Prop. 8. Both … Continue reading

Final 2013 Legislative Report

The FFPC will continue standing for what’s right– even if at times we are standing alone. Thank you for joining us in our mission. Continue reading

An Open Letter to the Florida Senate Children & Families Committee Regarding Domestic Partnerships

Domestic partnerships are unnecessary, bad public policy, and are dangerous for a number of reasons that may not be immediately obvious. Continue reading

Reply to “Dear Conservative Christians: It’s OK to Evolve on LGBT Equality”

For Christians to “evolve” and embrace homosexual unions and LGBT demands about human identity would be to tear from our faith remarkable truths that are woven through all of Scripture; it would be to shred and tear God’s word and make Christianity into something it isn’t. Continue reading

Faithful to the End

Mother Teresa said “We do nothing. God does everything. All glory must be returned to Him. God has not called me to be successful. He called me to be faithful.” Would that we could all have this same steady and eternal perspective when we face the wins and losses of life. Continue reading

What Else is Okay?

“Where it will stop? If gay marriage is legal, what will stop America from removing legal hurdles to incest or polygamy?” All this should remind us of the importance of the November 6 election. The culture’s view on marriage is being defined at all levels of government. Continue reading

Supreme Decisions

As the Court’s new term begins, they are likely to take up the Defense of Marriage Act and whether states like Florida must have federal permission to change voting laws. Reminder that the next President will likely make at least one appointment to the SCOTUS. Continue reading

What Do Americans Think About Marriage?

A Zogby poll found that 51.4% of likely voters believe the “ideal family is built around a stable marriage between a man and a woman.” Continue reading

The 40-year Price Tag of No-Fault Divorce: States consider laws to lower divorce rates

Something has to be done. Not only are pre-marital counseling and education more important now than ever before, but the faith-based community and government must take steps to help divorce-proof more marriages. Continue reading

Marriage is good for your health

Research shows that marriage is good for your health.

Married people live longer, have better access to health care, enjoy a more satisfying sex life, experience less stress, live a healthier lifestyle, and have lower rates of heart disease, diabetes, and depression compared to their single counterparts. Continue reading

Did Blankenhorn really change his view on same sex marriage?

Social scientist and Proposition 8 Expert Witness David Blankenhorn recently announced he now “accepts gay marriage” but contradicts himself by insisting he did not retract any of his previous views to the contrary on traditional marriage. Continue reading

Children Raised by Intact Biological Family Better in 77 out of 80 markers

A new study published in the July issue of Social Science Research shows that children raised by homosexual parents have distinct disadvantages compared to those raised by their married mothers and fathers. Continue reading

Ruling not just wrong but an insult to democracy

Excerpt from The Palm Beach Post: Vaughn Walker, the federal judge who “ruled” California’s marriage amendment is unconstitutional, is wrong – on the law, on the social science and on his role as a judge. Read the rest of the … Continue reading

>Can Divorce Make Us Sick?

> By Chuck Colson The deteriorating health of marriage can lead to…deteriorating health! Find out why. —— A few weeks ago, I was astonished to find Time magazine exposing how the collapse of marriage harms women, children, and the poor. … Continue reading

A Case Against Marriage? Unbelievable

Check out this (if you will excuse my French) completely asinine 5 min video piece on NBC’s Today show below asking the seemingly serious question of whether marriage is obsolete (oh, and by the way, they also suggest we should … Continue reading

Support for Gay Marriage Decreases

A new study out by the respected Pew Research Center indicates more American’s are frowning upon the idea of allowing homosexuals to marry. The report states: “Currently, a clear majority (57%) of the public opposes allowing gays and lesbians to … Continue reading


The Case for Continuing our Focus on the Family in Matters of Public Policy By John Stemberger Today’s evangelicals are at a crossroads. There is a movement afoot among more moderate evangelicals advocating that conservative Christians adjust our policy focus … Continue reading