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 protecting the institution and rights of the family.
Healthy families mean a healthy society. Healthy families benefits society by providing future citizens (and thus taxpayers!), by producing more virtuous citizens, by contributing to higher levels of economic growth and mobility, by expanding the future labor market, by decreasing the need of welfare services, by decreasing violent crime, and by decreasing the overall burden unhealthy children and citizens are to a government.
The second step of any healthy and free society, is to protect the liberty and authority of families. You and I would be here if it were not for families bringing us into the world, and supporting us into adulthood. At IFFNC, we help produce a family-friendly culture by educating the media, the courts, the politicians, and the people about the value of healthy families.