New State Bill Demands Foster Parents Use Child’s “Pronoun of Preference”

A controversial LGBT affirmation bill (AB-175) that forces caregivers to use a foster child’s “pronoun of preference” heads to its first committee hearing next Tuesday. Its author, Assemblyman Mike Gipson (D-Compton), argues the bill is needed to ensure foster youth have an “inclusive” home environment, while religious liberty experts say…

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School officials disregard parent concerns over teaching elementary kids the sexual orientation of historical figures

Last week, two school districts in the Sacramento area approved new controversial social studies textbooks that will introduce kids to the sexual orientation of historical figures starting in first grade. Parents in the Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) and Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District (DCJESD) spent hours testifying…

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Governor Brown: Only He Can Stop These Harmful Bills Now

Liberal legislators have succeeded in getting several bills onto Governor Jerry Brown’s desk that distance California’s culture even further away from biblical values. Despite the success of the California Family Council, and dozens of allied organizations and churches, getting Assemblymember Evan Low to pull AB 2943 from consideration, other horrific bills…

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CA Pastor Talks Politics for the First Time to Defend Gospel: State Legislators Take Notice

For the past 28 years, as pastor of Water of Life Community Church, Dan Carroll watched the California legislature enact laws that negatively impacted his community. Although troubled, he never shared his concerns publicly with his congregation. Pastor Carroll’s passion was ministry, not politics. But this year his attitude changed…

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California Politicians Push Hard on Liberal Social Issues

Liberal legislators at the state capitol are pushing harder than ever to implement social policies that further distance California’s culture from biblical values. As state legislators left Sacramento for their summer recess earlier this month, several egregious bills bent on pulling California even farther leftward still wait final approval. These…

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