What we care about
The traditional family, mom, dad and their babies, are the fundamental unit of society. This family definition is entitled to protection by society and the government. Sustainable communities and societies are counting on us to get this right.
“The family is not merely a construct of human will or imagination, but has a profoundly important connection to nature, beginning with the realities of reproduction and extending to the forces that shape civilization itself.” – Richard Wilkins
We support and promote natural marriage between one man and one woman.
The best environment to protect, nourish and develop individuals is a strong family based on marriage between a man and a woman. That’s more than our opinion or belief. The social science research is crystal clear – “there’s no place like home” to grow the next generation and to help all individuals flourish.
We recognize and promote the unique and irreplaceable roles of both mom and dad. Parenting is a sacred privilege and responsibility that must be protected, in order to give children instruction, guidance, and direction.
Life is precious, in all its forms. Each human life has intrinsic worth and value, and each merits the utmost respect and protection. We affirm a right to life before, as well as after birth, and promote the protection of life at all stages.
The right to believe and practice religious conviction must be promoted and protected among all cultures and people.
Strong and repeated evidence indicates health, learning, economic well-being, self-control, self-esteem, and empathy are all improved by the practice of religion. It reduces the incidence of social pathologies, such as out-of-wedlock births, crime, delinquency, drug and alcohol addiction, health problems, anxieties, and prejudices. –Patrick Fagan
“Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.” –Article 18, Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
Personal responsibility is the hallmark of a compassionate and successful society. It has been said that the moment a person takes responsibility for what is happening in their life is the moment where they are empowered to change anything in their life. An “I am a victim” mindset dilutes human potential and cripples societies.
Being aware of, and owning, the consequences of our actions is a character trait and skill that must be modeled and taught to our children. We honor those who exemplify this trait.
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