Family life

Why Pursue Survey if it Makes Students Feel Defensive?

The front page of Monday’s Waterbury Republican-American reads:

Litchfield High School senior Hannah Arnold plans to be one of the 406 students who take part in an anonymous ‘Profiles …
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No, It’s Not “Black Thursday”

By  •  Family life

The first time I heard some blogger quip about “Black Thursday,” I recoiled like a vampire from a cross.  You think that’s cute now, I thought,  just wait until …
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Focus on the Family’s Jim Daly in CT Oct. 19th

As FIC email recipients know, Iron Sharpens Iron, the evangelical Christian men’s conference, will be held at the First Assembly of God in Danbury (Brookfield) on Saturday, October 19th. …
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Fight Human Trafficking on Oct. 5th

FIC was proud to partner with human rights activist Raymond Bechard to pass landmark legislation against human trafficking in the last two legislative sessions. The fight against that anti-family …
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Labor and the Family

CT Mirror is reporting that “The new voice of labor in Connecticut is female and gay.” Lori Pelletier, a lesbian, is expected to be the first new leader of …
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Christian Husband Conference in Worcester Aug. 24th

From our friend Brian Doyle, President of Iron Sharpens Iron:

The Power of a Praying Husband

A number of years ago I came across research from a Gallup Poll …
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Six Years Later

[Note: It has not been FIC’s practice to re-post all of our email alerts to our members here on the blog. But the one below, from July 1st, has …
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2013: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

In the six years since Peter Wolfgang became president of Family Institute of Connecticut Action, we have suffered only one major legislative defeat: the passage of the 2011 Bathroom …
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Stop Mandated Assessments Bill

Family Institute of Connecticut Action opposes S.B. 374, An Act Requiring Behavioral Health Assessments for Children. This bill will have a public hearing this Friday, March 8th. Read all about …
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Boy Scouts Hear From Connecticut

The Boy Scouts of America will be deciding next week whether to change its policy to allow openly homosexual men to hold leadership positions in its organization:

Peter Wolfgang, …
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