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[Church] History Repeats Itself

Academic dean and assistant professor at Phoenix Seminary*, Dr. Brian Arnold, joins us today to discuss church history and how it reveals practical lessons for us today. *Shortly after the recording of this podcast, Dr. Arnold was named President of Phoenix Seminary.

How Should I Vote for Judges?

Approximately 85% of the calls and emails to Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) ask one not-so-simple question: How do you know whether to retain the various judges on the November 6 ballot? The short answer: you don’t know. I wish I could give you a list. Read to the...

The Big Five – Using Your Voice!

With such a critical General Election right around the corner, there’s no shortage of ways in which you can join together with likeminded Arizonans and make a significant impact this fall! Together we can do big things! One of the most straight-forward ways, of...

2018 CAP Family Dinner

2018 CAP Family Dinner Featuring     Prolific speaker and New York Times #1 best-selling author of books including Bonhoeffer, Amazing Grace, and Martin Luther,  Eric Metaxas will be bringing his unique intellect and wit to Phoenix on April 21! Joining him...

How Far Can You Reach?

Setting an Example Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) has earned a reputation for being reliable and effective. As a result, other Family Policy Councils (FPCs) throughout the country are able to reproduce many of our valuable tools for use in their states. Your support...

Lives Affected

As a supporter of Center for Arizona Policy (CAP), you touch lives you don’t even know. Brandy was 33 and addicted to any drug she could get on the street. A slave to the next high, Brandy would never find her way back on her own. Her parents, Lynn and Tom, could no...

News Update

With the election behind us, let’s catch up on a few important news items. Religious Freedom The Washington State Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in the case of a florist fighting to live and work according to her deeply held religious beliefs. Alliance...