“What kind of a message are we sending to our young people if the very leaders who are teaching Boy Scouts to be brave cannot even find the courage to stand firm and avoid caving in to peer pressure from Hollywood and political activists?”
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.
Understanding the Judicial Misconduct and Attempts to Overturn Florida’s Ban on Homosexual Adoptions
Understanding the Judicial Misconduct and Attempts to Overturn Florida's Ban on Homosexual Adoptions By John Stemberger, Updated: March 12, 2010 What Exactly Did the Three South Florida Judges Do? In November of 2008, Miami Circuit Court Judge Cindy Lederman ruled in...
The issues surrounding marriage, family and life itself must remain the primary focus of our movement as social conservatives. But why continue to limit the focus primarily to family issues? There are at least five good reasons.
What are the moral “first principles” to consider when deciding who to vote for and why? These points below represent an attempt to develop a principled approach for social conservatives exercising active citizenship as we choose and support candidates.
Principled Thinking & Christian Perspectives on Euthanasia and the End of Life March 31, 2006 By John Stemberger, President and General Counsel Florida Family Policy Council www.FLFamily.org One Year Later Friday March 31, 2006 marks the one year anniversary since...