Issues The Family Foundation Has Addressed 

As a continual bulwark for the family and values that make families strong, The Family Foundation has addressed a number of  issues since January 1, 1990. Issues we have addressed in the past include the family, parental rights, education, human sexuality, sex education, pornography, abortion, faith in public life, and conscience protection. You will find a list of some issues below and a brief explanation of our approach.

The Family

The Family Foundation is committed to the fact, and social science has now clearly demonstrated, that children do best when raised by their own biological mother and father who are committed to one another in a lifelong marriage. LEARN MORE

Parental Rights

The Family Foundation believes that both the responsibility and the authority for raising children rest primarily with their biological or adoptive parents. LEARN MORE


The Family Foundation affirms that the children of this nation are a stewardship of their parents and families; they do not belong to their communities or governments. The primary responsibility and authority over a child’s education lies with the child’s parent or guardian. LEARN MORE

Human Sexuality

The Family Foundation believes the context for the full expression of human sexuality is within the bonds of marriage, between one man and one woman. LEARN MORE

Sex Education

The Family Foundation supports healthy marriage and family formation education to youth in conjunction with abstinence-until-marriage education, where marriage between one man and woman is promoted as the expected context for sexual behaviors and as the best family structure for raising children. LEARN MORE


Pornography has spread like a plague in our nation. It has moved from the margins of our culture to the mainstream, attacking marriages, families, and communities. Worst of all, it has stolen a time of innocence from our children. LEARN MORE


The Family Foundation affirms the inherent dignity of every human life, from conception until death. Our purpose is to help build a culture of life, holding that all human life is a gift to be treasured. LEARN MORE

Faith in Public Life

The Family Foundation supports the First Amendment to the Constitution, which begins, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof . . .” LEARN MORE

Conscience Protection

The Family Foundation supports the right of health care professionals and organizations, who have conscientious objections, to reject participation in or cooperation with the delivery and marketing of abortion or abortifacients, sterilization, contraception, embryo-destroying research or treatments, or euthanasia… But conscience protection cannot be limited to just medical realms. LEARN MORE

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