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Church Takes Baker to Court!

As you know, MFI has been closely tracking the COVID-19 restrictions imposed on churches over the past year. In May of 2020, we helped a pastor in Worcester bring a lawsuit in federal court to avoid jail time for keeping

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When the “Epidemic Intelligence Unit” Calls

I’m sure you’ve heard that beginning tomorrow, Governor Baker has declared we can now forego wearing masks outside.  I’m looking forward to watching soccer games this weekend where I can actually see my children’s faces, and we can all give

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Exposing the Lies

For those of you who weren’t able to join us live on Tuesday night, we had the author of the MFI Book Club selection Live Not By Lies, Rod Dreher, join us for the whole 90 minute session to answer

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The Lie of “Safety”

In case you missed it, Tuesday’s second installment of the MFI Book Club on Live Not By Lies is up online now.  I think you’ll especially like hearing from the young people who joined us and shared what their families

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Starting Soon: the MFI Book Club

Over the weekend, author Ryan T. Anderson became the latest victim in big tech’s purge of conservative voices.  Anderson, who currently serves as president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, wrote the bestselling “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to

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Are We Next?

In our thirty years of fighting for family values in the Commonwealth, MFI has consistently defended the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman – and we always will.  For the past decade, however, we’ve increasingly had

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Supreme Court Win Helping Churches In MA

I imagine you’ve heard by now about the Supreme Court’s strong defense of religious liberty last week.  In a decision issued the day before Thanksgiving, the Court blocked New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s discriminatory COVID-19 restrictions on churches and synagogues.

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The Chicken Is On Us!

Have you signed up yet for the MFI Fundraising Celebration on Friday, October 16th?  While we normally have 500 people join us for our banquet at the Marriott, this year’s event will be hosted at a local church with a

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