Family Research Council

Civil Society

Christians have a biblical mandate to love our neighbors. In a representative democracy like the United States of America, one way we can fulfill this command is by actively engaging in the public policy concerns of our civil society. Family Research Council seeks to advocate for public policies that are consistent with a biblical worldview—particularly in areas touching society’s foundational cornerstone, the family.

Top Content On Civil Society

Principios Biblicos para la Participacion Politica
Biblical Principles for Political Engagement: Worldview, Issues, and Voting
Safe and Secure: How To Prevent Pastoral Burnout
COVID-19 and International Best Practices for Free, Fair and Safe Elections
As Kanye Takes The Stage With Joel Osteen, Let's Encourage His Growth In Faith
Social distancing is separating us this Easter, but we can draw near to God
Easter faith: God in the midst of coronavirus pandemic
How churches can serve during COVID-19 crisis by working 'outside the box'
The power of prayer to deal with coronavirus anxiety
Restrictions on Religious Freedom During the Coronavirus Crisis
Biblical Principles for Religious Liberty
Rebels Without A Clause: When Senators Run Roughshod Over the "No Religious Test" Clause of the U.S. Constitution
We Can't Reform Our Justice System Without Lifting Families
What Happens to a Child Born-alive? The Media Won't Tell Us.
Protecting America's national home
Women and Pornography
The Bible's Teaching on Marriage and Family
Biblical Principles for Pro-Life Engagement
A Good Society Depends on Hospitality, Order, and Justice
Department of Defense on Why Those with "Gender Dysphoria" Are Disqualified from Military Service

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