Florida Family Policy Blog
Send us the details of your pro-life event in January and we will promote it by asking FFPC supporters in your area to attend your local activity commemorating Sanctity of Human Life Sunday on Jan. 23rd and/or the anniversary of Roe v. Wade on Jan. 22nd.
(Tallahassee, FL) Abby Johnson, the former Planned Parenthood Director, whose life story was portrayed in the movie, Unplanned, has been added to the line-up of speakers for Florida Family Policy Council’s Pro-Family Days event at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center from January 24th and January 25th 2022. This year’s event theme is #LifeWins and will offer trainings, briefings from experts, opportunities to lobby legislators, a prayer breakfast and walk, and fellowship for attendees.
A group of generous supporters plans to match every end-of-year gift up to $100,000. That means every dollar you give will be matched 100% as we prepare for victories in 2022. Will you please consider donating now?
It is our 2021 year-end report, and we just mailed it. If you did not yet see it, would you take three minutes to look at these photographs? We’re very excited about all the opportunities we’ve had in 2021. From hosting Ron DeSantis at our pro-family days in Tallahassee, to successfully passing our parent’s rights and “Save Women’s Sports” bills, to presenting a forum with the Heritage Foundation on empowering parents to protect children, this was a year filled with accomplishments…
As our team gathered on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on December 1st to hear the oral arguments of the Dobbs case, we were standing on frontlines of the ultimate human battle between good and evil. The atmosphere was charged with emotions as the future of Roe v. Wade hangs in the balance…
As a courageous warrior for the lives of the unborn, Congresswoman Cammack represents Florida’s 3rd district in the U.S. House and has testified in support of the Hyde Amendment. Find out how you can get tickets for this event today!
With all of the exciting developments and events this year, our team has kept very busy, but one reason we want to briefly pause is to share our new commercial with you. You can view it here.
It was an incredible privilege to rally on the steps of the Supreme Court with thousands of pro-life supporters as we listened to oral argument.
This Giving Tuesday, we will be pursuing an ambitious end of year goal of $500,000 for our end-of-year campaign, which starts today.
We are planning a major expansion and adding five new staff positions to really position ourselves for even greater impact on the legislature, the church, and the culture.
It is important that we remember the past, our traditions as a people, and even history itself. There are many in society who wish to “cancel” the past and any parts of our history that they don’t like or think are bad. As Christians we should be reminded that remembering the past is a command from Scripture. God often repeated His laws to the Israelites and reminded them of the ways He delivered them from the Egyptians. He had to remind them over and over again of where they had been and how He delivered them because they were a stubborn people.But in the end, God commanded this because it made them thankful. And so remembering the past is a part of Thanksgiving. So-called “Cancel Culture” flies in the face of this truth.
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...
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?
“Discouragement and Overcoming the World…” 2019 Christmas Message from FFPC President John Stemberger
When we are tempted to be discouraged or disheartened, remember that Jesus Christ has overcome the world and we can be encouraged by knowing this great truth.