Family Research Council


    Driven by Prayer: One Detour That's Changing Lives
    April 09, 2020

    You can stay in your car and get burgers, groceries, even prescriptions. But in Temple, Texas, north of Austin, you can drive through for something even more important -- prayer! Cars humming along West Adams Road have been passing a handful of members from Trinity Church every day, all encouraging drivers to pull right up and be ministered to. It's a good thing there's no shortage of prayer, ... (more)


    Local Officials Try to Curb Easter Cars
    April 09, 2020

    Some pastors call it the Super Bowl of their year: Easter Sunday. It's not just the holiest day on the calendar, it's also one of the biggest opportunities churches have to bring new people to Christ. And, for the first time ever, almost the entire world will be celebrating outside of their normal pews. They'll be in cars, on sofas, huddled around their kitchen tables. It's the new normal in the ... (more)


    For Porn, There's No Vaccine
    April 09, 2020

    Business is tough for a lot of industries right now. Pornography, unfortunately, isn't one of them. Isolated, stuck at home, and restless, more people seem to be turning to adult entertainment to while away the hours. That's terrible news for anyone concerned about young men, marriages, abuse, trafficking, addiction, sexual dysfunction, and brain development. Let's face it, experts say, porn was ... (more)


    Making China Pay: One Senator's Crusade for Accountability
    April 09, 2020

    "China took all our jobs, and they sent us back a virus." --Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) What should we do about it? Find out in her interview on Wednesday's "Washington Watch." Also, don't miss FRC's new op-ed in the Daily Signal, "China Keeps Suppressing Religion While Squelching Truth about COVID-19." ... (more)


    China's Accomplice: Guess WHO
    April 08, 2020

    The world will see them as a number. To everyone else, they were high school baseball coaches, single moms, nurses, priests, songwriters, teachers, and grandparents. They were veterans of World War II and rabbis who survived the Holocaust. They beat breast cancer, lung cancer, poverty, and old age. But they could not beat this. Almost 13,000 Americans -- everyone of them someone's daughter or ... (more)


    Killing Isn't Essential, Judges Rule
    April 08, 2020

    In a world that's only hearing about lives being lost, the Fifth Circuit Court is writing a different story about the ones being saved. Thanks to the courage of governors like Greg Abbott (R-Texas), there are literally hundreds of babies who are still alive in the womb today because leaders had enough sense to put a stop to abortions during the virus crisis. And Tuesday, to the relief of ... (more)


    Sermon on the Mound: One Pastor's Easter Pitch
    April 08, 2020

    There haven't been any baseball players suiting up in Pensacola's Blue Wahoos Stadium lately. But come Easter Sunday, there'll be one team on the field: the leaders of Marcus Pointe Baptist Church. The stands will be empty, Pastor Gordon Godfrey says. But don't be fooled. The entire city will be watching. ... (more)


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