Family Policy Lecture, and Webcasts
On January 24, 2020, pro-life digital activists gathered at Family Research Council headquarters for the ProLifeCon Digital Action Summit, the premier conference for the digital pro-life community. At our 15th annual event, we hosted the most successful digital activists, saw their strategies of the past year, and looked ahead to opportunities in the new year. Activists, policy experts, and legislators were on hand to discuss the issues impacting the pro-life movement and shared practical ways to make a difference for life on prominent digital channels and platforms like blogs, social media, podcasts, and digital entertainment.
On January 18, 2019, pro-life digital activists will gather at Family Research Council headquarters for the ProLifeCon Digital Action Summit, the premier conference for the digital pro-life community. At our 14th annual event, we will be joined by the most successful digital activists, see their strategies of the past year, and look ahead to opportunities in the new year. Activists, policy experts, and legislators will be on hand to discuss the issues impacting the pro-life movement and share practical ways to make a difference for life on prominent digital channels and platforms like blogs, social media, podcasts, and digital entertainment.
This January 16, we again celebrate the passage of the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, written by Thomas Jefferson and passed by the Virginia General Assembly 233 years ago on January 16, 1786. In doing so, we commemorate the role religious freedom has played in the founding of our nation and continues to play in our society today.\r\rWhile it has long been woven throughout the fabric of American life, religious freedom is not merely our right, but an inherent human right for all people everywhere. This leads us to protect it at home and abroad - and to recognize the inextricable link between the two. If we fail to protect it at home, we will be unable to protect it abroad.\r\rJoin us this Religious Freedom Day as we celebrate religious freedom here in the United States and highlight current efforts to share it around the world.
On January 19, 2018, pro-life digital activists gathered at Family Research Council headquarters for the Pro-LifeCon Digital Action Summit, the premier conference for the digital pro-life community. At our 13th annual event, we were joined by friends old and new as we discussed the most successful online strategies of the past year and looked ahead to the opportunities before us under a new administration. Activists, policy experts, and legislators were on hand to discuss the issues impacting the pro-life movement, and share practical ways to make a difference for life on blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and your online platform of choice.
Religious liberty is an indelible thread woven into the fabric of America. Without it, the American experiment will fail. Yet time and again, the freedom of Americans to believe and live out those beliefs has been attacked by government action. Now more than ever, our First Freedom of religious liberty needs protection at the highest levels of government in the form of an executive order that protects the rights of individuals and businesses to believe and live according to those beliefs.
Giving a Voice to the Voiceless: The Role of Film and Media in Equipping Churches to Pro-Life Action
Join the director and producer of the powerful pro-life film, Voiceless, for a panel discussion about the role of movies and media in motivating churches to take an active role in promoting a culture of life. Care Net and Human Coalition will join to discuss practical ways that churches can become equipped to provide compassion, hope, help, and discipleship to women and men considering abortion.
It's happening everywhere, and not just in "blue" states. Radical LGBT activists are forcing potentially dangerous policies on schools, businesses, and other public places, violating the safety and privacy of women and children and threatening religious freedom. How can churches help protect their community and be a voice for the vulnerable on these issues?
On January 27, 2017, pro-life digital activists will gather at Family Research Council headquarters for the ProLifeCon Digital Action Summit, the premier conference for the digital pro-life community. At our 12th annual event, we will be joined by friends old and new as we discuss the most successful online strategies of the past year and look ahead to the opportunities before us under a new administration. Activists, policy experts, and legislators will be on hand to discuss the issues impacting the pro-life movement and share practical ways to make a difference for life on blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and your online platform of choice.
Wednesday, May 4th from 10 am-12 pm ET, on the eve of the National Day of Prayer, Family Research Council will host Dr. Tony Evans and Leaders from the National Day of Prayer Task Force for a Men's Prayer and Study meeting. The private event will be webcast, live, allowing men across America and around the world to participate.
The transgender movement-the demand that society accept, protect, and subsidize the choices of those who reject their inborn biological sex-was brought into bold relief last year when Bruce Jenner announced he now identifies as a woman named Caitlyn.
While the state of the union waxes and wanes with changes in government leadership, the American family has always been the backbone that makes this country strong.
Paul Kengor, PhD, author of Takedown: From Communists to Progressives, How the Left Has Sabotaged Family and Marriage
We are experiencing a watershed moment in American cultural history: the profound erosion of family and marriage. Extreme Leftists have made their arguments and tried different tactics, from the early nineteenth century to the sexual revolution of the 1960s.
Rally with Christians from all 50 states on Sunday, October 12th for iPledge Sunday 2014, a historic nationwide simulcast originating in Washington D.C. and a church in your state!
Values Voter Summit was created in 2006 to provide a forum to help inform and mobilize citizens across America to preserve the bedrock values of traditional marriage, religious liberty, sanctity of life and limited government that make our nation strong. It has drawn as many as 3,000 plus attendees from around the nation and foreign countries. Garnering national and international media attention, CNN named it "one of the conservative movement's marquee annual events" and Sean Hannity called it "the premier conservative event now in the country."
Did you know that America has seen darker days in the past than those we are facing right now? 200 years ago we were in the midst of the War of 1812. The U.S. Capitol and the White House were burning. Average citizens like us hung their heads in shame. Then God intervened and a series of events occurred that saved America and led to the writing of the Star Spangled Banner.
On Tuesday, September 9th from 8 to 9pm EST, the Family Research Council will host a webcast to inform parents, teachers, and officials on the coming overhaul in testing and curriculum that is part of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.
The Family Research Council will host Rev. Richard Owen Roberts (see bio below) as our special guest speaker in our Lunchtime Lecture Series at FRC Headquarters. He will address the ever growing cry, \u001CSomething must be done!\u001D Following his message, Rev. Roberts will be available for questions and discussion. Attendees will enjoy a complimentary buffet lunch. Rev. Roberts believes that despite the spiritual confusion and even judgments of God we see around us, it is not too late for America. But our problems are, at their root, spiritual, and to be resolved they must be addressed at the root.
Join FRC for a Men's Bible Study on the National Day of Prayer.
Come join FRC for a review of recent Supreme Court decisions with Ken Klukowski, Director of the Center for Religious Liberty. Ken will focus some of the most important cases recently handed down by the Court and will let us know what to watch for in the next term.
Join FRC as we promote Live Action's new video series, exposing America's late-term abortion industry.\r
On Sunday, May 5, 2013, FRC hosted a special webcast, "Stand with Scouts Sunday." You will learn what you can do to preserve Scouting as its founders envisioned it - as a resource for young men to develop in morally, mentally, and physically healthy ways, free to be boys and teens without the invasion of cultural controversies.
Join us on Wednesday, May 1, 2013 as FRC will host the NDP Task Force Men's Prayer Meeting at 10 AM, EDT.
When the President discusses the State of the Union next month, we hope he will address the traditional wisdom, confirmed yet again in Census data, that the state of the family determines the state of the union.