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FFPC statement on the events in our nation’s capitol:

We as an organization are asking all Christians to stop and cry out to God for His mercy in this moment in our country’s history.
We stand firm with those who seek to engage in peaceful protest in our nation’s capital and across the country because of election law violations. We also unequivocally condemn the anarchy and violence which was displayed at the United States Capitol today. Such demonstrations are neither productive nor are they in the spirit of our values as an organization.

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At this time of year we reflect on God’s goodness and look forward to the year ahead. One of the first blessings that comes to mind is you! I am so grateful for your prayers and financial support this year. We simply could not continue to do all that we do, without you. The new year will be certain to bring many opportunities as well as challenges. Please stand with me know while your support will be DOUBLED!

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Please join us in thanking God for how He has used the Florida Family Policy Council to accomplish so much. You have played a significant part in this journey, and we appreciate you and your partnership. Will you continue to fight with us for what is true, right, and beautiful in the years to come?

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Finding The Good in 2020

Dear Friend, I am sure you will agree, 2020 has been quite the year for different and disappointment. Masks, sickness, unemployment, hand sanitizers, quarantines, face shields, election fails, lock downs, government overreach, uncertainty, awkward fist bumps, online...

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BREAKING NEWS: FFPC President John Stemberger Analysis on Current Election Dispute

The key legal issue in all the legal challenges is whether the rules and laws of each state are being followed? When there are errors or discrepancies found and proved, then a decision must be made about whether the failure to follow the rules was “substantial.” Another way of asking this is, could the violations have made a difference in the outcome of the election?

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Special Notes

FFPC statement on the events in our nation’s capitol:

We as an organization are asking all Christians to stop and cry out to God for His mercy in this moment in our country’s history.
We stand firm with those who seek to engage in peaceful protest in our nation’s capital and across the country because of election law violations. We also unequivocally condemn the anarchy and violence which was displayed at the United States Capitol today. Such demonstrations are neither productive nor are they in the spirit of our values as an organization.

I just recorded this 2 min video for you…

At this time of year we reflect on God’s goodness and look forward to the year ahead. One of the first blessings that comes to mind is you! I am so grateful for your prayers and financial support this year. We simply could not continue to do all that we do, without you. The new year will be certain to bring many opportunities as well as challenges. Please stand with me know while your support will be DOUBLED!

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