(ORLANDO, FL) In response to the move by the Boy Scouts of America to fully include girls in their programming, Florida Family Policy Council President John Stemberger issued the following statement: “I am saddened to learn today that the Boy Scouts of America has decided to fully integrate girls into its program and allow them to receive […]
About Florida Family Policy Council
The Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) is one of 38 other state based policy council around the country which are associated with Focus on the Family. Many of these organizations are the leading pro-life, pro-family organizations in their respective states.
The FFPC is a 501c3 non-profit corporation under the IRS tax code. We have an independent board of directors and are responsible for raising our own financial support.
“For Life, Marriage, Family and Liberty…”
Our Mission Statement:
“Our mission is to strengthen Florida’s families through public policy education, issue research, and grassroots advocacy.”
In 2004, the organization both registered as a state not-for-profit corporation in Florida and obtained its federal 501c3 status with the IRS. In 2005, the organization began its official public launch and was formally associated with Focus on the Family out of Colorado Springs, Colorado. John Stemberger was the groups founding President and remains the organizations CEO and General Counsel to this day. For a more in depth and detailed history of the organization please visit: https://flfamily.org/.
Entries by Florida Family Policy Council
I am sitting here stunned. Late last week, Congress voted on an amendment by Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which would have barred the use of taxpayer dollars for gender reassignment surgeries and hormone therapy for transgender members of the military. Unfortunately, with the defection of 24 Republicans in the US […]
John Stemberger, founder of On My Honor, Chairman of the Board of Trail Life USA, and President of the Florida Family Policy Council released the following statement in light of the Boy Scouts of America’s announcement that they would be allowing transgender boys (biological girls who want to become boys) to enroll in scouting programs: […]
Dear Representative Richardson: Since your election to the Florida House of Representatives in 2012 until now, I have always known your reputation as a legislator to be one of nothing but respect for the dignity of the institution, for the legislative process and for your fellow colleagues. Even those who firmly disagree with you on […]