“Students defend the family at the UN”

“Students defend the family at the UN”

UFI in the News

Four students from BYU and a student from Arizona State University attended a conference with the UN in New York City to represent United Families International on July 25 and 26. Many young people attended the conference to discuss issues facing the upcoming generation. Among the issues discussed was the sexual rights debate. Abortion and homosexual marriage were at the forefront of the debates, along with the idea that young people, including adolescents, should have no sexual restraints.  Read more

2 Comments
  • Charles Brow
    Posted at 04:14h, 11 August Reply

    This does not surprise me in the least as it is well known that the U.N. is not there to do what is best for us, rather what is best for them selves.
    My heart goes out to these brave young people for the valent effort.
    Although they were not afforded the time to speak, GOD heard them, and that is what counts.

  • Kari Spendlove
    Posted at 07:34h, 11 August Reply

    Thank you so very much for your courage and your commitment of your time and resources to defending the crucial cause of families. You are an inspiration!

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