Marriage and Family

Power Struggle: Parents v. Activists

The fight to keep parents in the dark is curiously intense. Why so secret? As parents begin to ask questions, some teachers and school officials have become indignant and protective – not necessarily of the students, but of their own ideas. “GLSEN is coaching teachers...

At Risk: Children, Religious Freedom

Children cannot drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes, or get a tattoo until they are of a certain age. They don’t yet have the ability to assess the risks and consequences of potentially dangerous or permanent decisions. But many Arizona lawmakers believe children can make...

Never Say Die

A significant victory for parental rights slipped through the cracks less than three weeks ago when Governor Doug Ducey vetoed SB 1456. But we never say die here at CAP. So, we worked with lawmakers and the Governor’s office to basically revive the bill with the...

Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous…

The Arizona House and Senate unanimously passed resolutions yesterday supporting the values and policies of the Boy Scouts of America. Former Boy Scouts Rep. David Gowan and Sen. Al Melvin read this resolution before it was unanimously passed: Whereas, scouting is the...

Man Knows Not His Time

Yesterday I received the sad news that a dear ministry friend, Pastor Leo Godzich, passed away following a car accident while in Uganda to preach. I first met Leo twenty-five years ago when he was ministering to individuals suffering from AIDS. Through the years, Leo...

For the Record: It’s the Same Tired Story

Children do best with a mom and a dad. This isn’t the first time I’ve led one of these posts out like this, but once again we’re seeing CAP-supported SB 1188 be mischaracterized and attacked in the media. SB 1188 requires that marital status be considered in adoption...