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The Family Project

This was taken at the wedding for our daughter.  (Standing) - Our two other daughters, Susanna and Cathryn; my parents, Marylin and Gordon; Bernie and I flank the bride and groom, Amanda and David; next to me are two of our four sons, Matt and Philip. (Sitting Left) Our son, John with his wife and three girls, (Sitting Right) Our son, Ben with his wife and four children.  There's a very special sense of completeness that happens when everyone is together and safely ushered into safe relationships.

This was taken at the wedding for our daughter. (Standing) – Our two other daughters, Susanna and Cathryn; my parents, Marylin and Gordon; Bernie and I flank the bride and groom, Amanda and David; next to me are two of our four sons, Matt and Philip. (Sitting Left) Our son, John with his wife and three girls, (Sitting Right) Our son, Ben with his wife and four children. There’s a very special sense of completeness that happens when everyone is together and safely ushered into safe relationships.

Our morality is not our own private business. The decisions we make for ourselves affect many others all along the chain. It is impossible to achieve stability without a commitment. Unfortunately, even a commitment is not a guarantee that anything will be permanent, but at least it shows a good faith effort.

The purpose of this publication is to help you make the connection between the break-up of the home and the costs to the taxpayers. Certainly, we can’t oversimplify by pretending the problem will be fixed just by letting people know they should get married and stay married. Continue reading

The Family Project

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People in America seem more confused today about marriage than ever before in history.

What is a family? On today’s episode of Home Front we discuss some of the most basic human needs, feminism, shacking up, even how prisoners of war are treated. It all comes out in our conversation with one of America’s formost experts on the family.

Today’s guest, Glenn Stanton, author of the book, The Family Project, shares with us how government policies influence personal choices. The Family Project just released last month. Glenn is the director of the Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family and a research fellow at the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada.