One of the two main reasons the Institute for Faith and Family exists is to help educate a society’s citizens and its cultural influencers on the importance of protect its faith-based institutions.
Faith-driven citizens mean a healthier society. Faith helps societies flourish by producing a citizenry that gives more to charity, that lives longer, that heal quicker, that are generally happier, that cope with stress better, that recover faster from tragedy, that produce more stable families and marriages, that are less likely to experience depression or drug abuse, and are less likely to commit crimes and suicide.
The first step of any healthy and free society, is to protect its faith-based institutions. This is one of the reasons our Founding Fathers enshrined the protection of religious freedom in the Bill of Rights first amendment. At IFFNC, we do just that by impacting culture through educating the media, the courts, the politicians, and the people.