Empty Pews?

Empty Pews?

by Lindsey Vallem Our country long ago was based on the foundation of religion. The rights and freedoms to religion in our country gave people the freedom to belong and give themselves a kind of purpose and meaning in their personal life. That’s one of the reasons why...
You Are Enough. You Are Not Alone.

You Are Enough. You Are Not Alone.

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Emma Zuniga shares what she learned while at the United Nations. I remember the first time I went to the United Nations. It was a little...
Faithful In Fighting for Religious Liberty

Faithful In Fighting for Religious Liberty

By Jackie Bowles Recently I have been reading about my ancestors, John and Priscella Alden. After experiencing persecutions for their religious beliefs in England, they decided to sail on the Mayflower, crossing the ocean to find a place where they could worship...
Religious Neutrality is Not a Solution

Religious Neutrality is Not a Solution

Over the weekend, a member of the Supreme Court of the United States drew fire for comments regarding religious freedom in the U.S. Justice Scalia, whose dissent over the court’s majority rule in the case of Obergefell v. Hodges which essentially legalized same-sex marriage in this country, spoke at a Catholic high school in Louisiana on the topic of religious neutrality. He indicated his belief that the governing of the U.S. was inseparable from the freedom to practice religion, as opposed to the “freedom from religion” that has so pervaded our society.

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