15 Nov Silent No More! The Alabama Baptist State Convention of Alabama has spoken regarding the parent-child relationship!
Silent No More! The Alabama Baptist State Convention of Alabama has spoken regarding the parent-child relationship!
Congratulations on the passage of Resolution No 2 goes to the one million strong, Southern Baptists in Alabama, who make up the largest Christian population in the state!
By signing Resolution 2 on November 13, 2018, the Alabama Baptist State Convention acknowledges that every child has the God-given right to be loved and supported by both parents and their extended families. They further contend that “our responsibility as a Christian body is to help create a solid foundation for the future health and happiness of Alabama’s children.”
The Alabama Family Rights Association now calls on any and all denominations and non-denominations to join the conversation and the need to protect and safeguard our children’s future. Learn more about the State of Children in Alabama here.
The resolution also states that both fathers and mothers play a vital role in giving their children the best possible start in life; and that children who lack a consistent presence of both parents suffer both in the long and short term.
You can read the resolution in its entirety here or visit alsbom.org/2018/11/13/2018-resolutions/.
The primary goal of the Alabama Family Rights Association is to educate the public and government officials concerning the importance of equal involvement of both fit parents in a child’s life. As the nation seeks answers on how best to make schools and communities safer, how to combat the increased violent crimes; ALFRA believes the long-term solution is to prevent that that includes protecting a child’s right to love both parents.
Visit alfra.org to learn more about our efforts to preserve, promote, and protect family relationships.
Our children are depending on us!!!
By: Kenneth Paschal, Pelham – Alabama, Alabama Family Rights Association State President, a child activist, and U.S. Army First Sergeant Retired.