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It’s everywhere.

Last week, my sons and I had the privilege of serving on a missions trip to a remote rural town in the mountains of Guatemala. We partnered with a local church to put on a vacation Bible school for about

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MFI is First in The Fight Protecting Children in Education

Every day it seems there is another story exposing the indoctrination and sexualization of children in public education. Across the country, concerned parents are showing up in record numbers to school committee meetings to oppose transgender ideology, divisive so-called diversity,

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RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS UNDER ATTACK

Last summer, hundreds of families testified in opposition to bills that would eliminate or limit the ability to claim a religious exemption to school vaccination requirements. The hearing on these bills went on into the early hours of the next

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Radical Abortion Bill On Governor’s Desk!

Our state legislature just gave Planned Parenthood a blank check to rewrite abortion laws in Massachusetts.  Tell Governor Baker not to sign it! Our state legislative session ends this Sunday, July 31st, and Beacon Hill is ramming through all the worst bills

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Uncle Becky and the Priestesses of Abortion

Planned Parenthood and NARAL activists are now disguising themselves as clergy in an effort to dictate what our children are taught about sex in public schools. In a webinar last week billed as “A Faith Perspective on the Healthy Youth

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When Harry Became Sally

Recently we wrote about the transgender pandemic targeting our children. At MFI, we’re helping educate parents on the truth about transgenderism, and letting them know they are not alone in trying to protect their children from it. That’s why we

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MFI’s Mary Ellen is ‘on call’ for MA families

Because of Covid-related school closures, parents have had a unique opportunity to observe and critique what is being taught to their children. One area of particular concern MFI is addressing is the curricula being used in the various school districts’

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