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"Engaging the Culture for Christ"

California Issues
 
Marriage & Family
 
Parental Rights
 
Sanctity of Life
California Issues
We serve California churches by offering material that is designed to promote a Judeo-Christian worldview.
 
Marriage & Family
Natural Marriage is the first institution designed by God to bind and hold together the fundamental fabric of civilized society.
 
Parental Rights
Securing parental rights is a one purpose of the state. Parents have the sole right to direct the training and care of their children.
 
Sanctity of Life
Human beings, having been created in the image of God and should be protected at every stage of life.
 
 
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Help Stop the “Equality Act”
The “Equality Act” (H.R. 5) would amend The Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include sexual orientation and gender identity as federally protected ...   // more >