Author: UFI Blog

United Families International was privileged to have university students accompany us to the Commission on the Status of Women. Madisen Busenbark shares what she learned while at the United Nations. It’s been nearly 4 months now, and I still can’t get it off my mind. The Big...

by Christie Masters This 4th of July marked the first time I have had the privilege to participate in our community’s annual parade. The early morning saw our historic downtown quickly fill with the different groups that would be walking (or riding) down the long streets...

by Diane Robertson By redefining consensus as fact, conformity as diversity, and violence as tolerance a new progressive movement has succeeded in stifling speech in America and other Western Nations. When an individual or group attempts to publicly speak truth in opposition to the progressive consensus,...

by Erin Weist Sometimes the question comes up among traditional marriage supporters about how to defend marriage in the face of those who invoke statements such as, “love wins,” or “people can’t help who they love,” or “it’s all about love.”  Indeed, that would be tough...

by Breaunna Stone Many people proclaim themselves to be “pro life,” or “pro choice.” I claim to be both. I am pro life in the sense that I believe that a new life is created at the time of conception, and that every life created, has...