CWA KS — Sign the Mt. Vernon Statement, Pornography, more

As conservatives gather for the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) here in Washington, D.C. this week, Concerned Women for America (CWA) is standing with fellow conservatives recommitting themselves to the ideals our nation was founded upon. From limited government, the centrality of individual liberty and responsibility, to capitalism and the vital role of family, neighborhood, community and faith, we know that these founding ideals — including both social and economic conservatism — are vital to preserving our union and ensuring future prosperity. It is these values we must champion above party lines as our nation moves forward. I hope you will follow the link below to the Mount Vernon Statement and join other like-minded citizens in signing it.

Below you will find web-based audio and video from our Multimedia page, along with our latest print resources. We hope you will find this an easy way to stay in touch with all that’s happening at CWA.


New Resource in the Fight Against Pornography

The glut of pornography we see in our nation is being fueled by a growing number of citizens, both men and women, with pornography addictions. Those addictions are facilitated by new technologies that make it even more accessible and portable. Given this environment, it is vital that citizens have easy access to the research they need to make the case that pornography is harmful. Pat Trueman, the former chief of the U.S. Department of Justice Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section, is now providing that resource. He spoke with Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, about new resource for turning this cultural tide.

Dr. Crouse Goes for the Academic Gold

Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, has been given an amazing opportunity; she has been invited to participate in a debate on the legalization of prostitution at the world famous Oxford Union on Tuesday, February 23. Since 1823, these debates have drawn the greatest thinkers and the most controversial personalities to debate the issues of the day – from Ronald Reagan to Malcolm X. Dr. Crouse discusses the debate, the other invited panelists, and, most importantly, how you can pray for her.

Entering the Age of Elegance

The road to maturity for today’s woman is fraught with challenges that many don’t see coming. Whether it is dealing with the loss of loved ones, or changing relationships with parents and adult children, or battling a youth-obsessed society’s shallow perception of maturity, Entering the Age of Elegance provides a road map for the bends in the road common to today’s maturing women. Retired educator, author, and world traveler Chloe Jon Paul candidly shares her own experiences in dealing with changing bodies, lifestyles, and priorities, and shares how today’s 40-plus women can conquer depression, make positive life changes, and bring richness to their spiritual, emotional and physical lives.

News Flashes

* The Dangerous Linkage of Naïveté and Good Intentions
* The Mount Vernon Statement Constitutional Conservatism: A Statement for the 21st Century
* Biased Judge on California’s Proposition 8 Marriage Case
* Missionary Zeal, Practical Wisdom and Haitian Orphans

Activist Resources

The desire for our children to be free from want and danger and to be able to enjoy their youth in innocence would seem to be universal. Conventional wisdom says that parents in every socio-economic level of society share the dream of preserving their children’s innocence. All want to provide a childhood and adolescence that shelters and protects children from the harshness of life and nurtures them until they are able to withstand the onslaught of reality. Click here to learn more.

The new issue of CWA’s electronic Family Voice is out and you don’t want to miss it! On this issue you will get the latest on the health care debate from a pro-family perspective. Remember that you can download and print as many copies as you want for family and friends.

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