Extreme Makeover Home Edition
Albuquerque NM – Day 7
CINews – Center
for Traditional Family Values NM
[L. traditio, from trado, to deliver.]
Delivery; the act of delivering into the hands of another.
Jas 2:5 Hearken, my beloved brethren,
Hath not God chosen the poor of this world rich in faith, and heirs of the
kingdom which he hath promised to them that love him?
ENCOUNTER (Calendar), UNDERSTANDING, RESOURCES
PRAYER - I exhort therefore, that, first of all,
intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men; for kings, and
for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life
in all godliness and honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight
of God our Saviour; Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto
the knowledge of the truth. I Tim 2:1-4
- Peace of Jerusalem,
Ps 122:6, protection from enemies
in Europe and the Middle East
- Voice of the Martyrs, Rev
6:9-11, souls of them that were slain for the word of God, and for the
testimony which they held, http://www.persecution.com/news/index.cfm
- Spread of the Gospel, Mat 24:14, “And this gospel of the kingdom shall
be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then
shall the end come.” Do you
have a little piece of the Gospel in another nation?
- Primaries and General Election – candidates,
- Praise God for the defeat of HB9 (homosexual marriage), SB23 (stem
cell), and SB185 (teen pregnancy)
- Pray these bills are not addressed in a potential special session this
- Shelter for the homeless during the cold winter months – Abq chosen for
- Prayer Resources – http://www.cptryon.org/prayer/child/lent/index.html
ENCOUNTER - And he called his ten servants, and
delivered them ten pounds, and said unto them, Occupy till I come. Luk
Community Calendar Check for
updates, links, additional events, and regular meetings. We want to be a blessing to our community and support events by
avoiding scheduling conflicts.
- Feb 25-27 - NCFCA Speech and Debate
Tournament, Farmington, http://larimerfamily.org/indexsandd.htm
- Mar 1 - 007 – Family Lifeline Bond
Your Marriage Event The New
Mexico Marriage First Project is hosting this free event for married
couples. Get training on communication skills, conflict resolution, and
other areas to help ensure your marriage stays strong. The day will be
informative and entertaining and is a great opportunity to invest in your
marriage at NO COST at all.
Location: Church Alive! • 4601 Avocet NE • Albuquerque. To
register call 505-891-1846.
- Mar 1 - Myra will lead a women’s retreat for Alameda Bible
Church in Abq
http://www.greenridgeministries.org, 690.2548, 699.6657
- Mar 18, 7p – CSF
Meeting, Faith Bible Church, Moon & Central
- Mar 21 - Good Friday Jericho Walk on March 21st
at Planned Parenthood
- Mar 21, 23 – Check local church schedules for
Good Friday, Sonrise, and Easter Services
- March 23
Easter, We plan to be in the Farmington, Aztec, Bloomfield and Durango,CO
area. Nothing is scheduled there yet at this time.
http://www.greenridgeministries.org, 690.2548, 699.6657
- March 24-29 - Love Works Week
March 24-26, we will receive donations of “stuff” at the Hoffmantown
Church parking lot. The donations will be sorted, then used by “Go Teams”
to complete many Not So Extreme Makeovers on March 29 in locations around
the city, including the area in which ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
recently completed its build. But this effort goes beyond the distribution
of “stuff!” Read
here for more information.
- Apr 3-5 – National Christian
Forensics Speech & Debate Tourney in Abq NM
- Apr 4-6 - Myra will lead
a Women’s Retreat at Sivell’s Camp near Cloudcroft and Alamogordo NM,
Bible Alive Theater! 370 Aspen, Glorieta NM 87535, http://www.greenridgeministries.org, 690.2548, 699.6657
- Apr 12, Sat – Family Lifeline Romance
and Roses Marriage Enrichment Event
Location: Santa Ana Star Center, 3001 Civic Center Circle, Rio Rancho
The evening includes free adult supervised childcare, a buffet dinner,
marriage enrichment entertainment by Jeff Allen, door prizes, live music
by THE FIREBALLS and dancing.
All this for ONLY $5 PER PERSON!
Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate your marriage! For tickets call the New Mexico
Marriages First Project: 505-891-1846
- Apr 17-19 – NM
Homeschool Convention, Calvary of Abq
- Apr 18 – ACSI Speech
Competition at Albuquerque Christian School, 872-0777
- May 1 – National Day of Prayer
Civic Plaza (12-1, praise and worship starting at 11:30)
Hardin Field on Kirtland AFB (11:30-12:30)
Believer's Center (7:00 p.m., outside activities at 6:30)
- May 11 – Global Day of Prayer
- Jun 7-8 - We just received a
request to go to Grand Junction, CO June 7 & 8. We would like to
schedule some presentations in San Juan
County, NM around those dates.
http://www.greenridgeministries.org, 690.2548, 699.6657
UNDERSTANDING - And of the children of
Issachar, which were men
that had understanding of the time, to know what Israel ought to do; the heads
of them were two hundred; and all their brethren were at their commandment.
I Chron 12:32
Report on 2008 NM Legis Session
CAPE at the Capitol & Home Education Proclamation
Truth Project Small Group Starting in Mar 08
Family Lifeline Events
40 Days for Life
Love INC is now in Albuquerque
NM Abstinence Education Coalition
Wings Prison Ministry
Childhood Vaccines & Aborted Babies
Readers Talk Back
Friends of the Family
on 2008 NM Legis Session
Oh give thanks to the LORD, for He is good, For His lovingkindness is
everlasting. Ps.107:1 Praise the
Lord! HB 9 (domestic partnerships)
died in the Senate Judiciary Committee and SB 23 (embryonic stem cell
research) died in the House Judiciary Committee as no further action was
taken on either of them and the 2008 session has ended. SB 185 (teen pregnancy) died in the
Senate Finance Committee.
According to the ABQ Journal on 2/15/08 Governor Richardson will
call a special session but only for healthcare reform.
Two traditional marriage bills were tabled in committee:
Both of these bills were tabled in the House Consumer and Public Affairs
3 - PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO ARTICLE 20 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF NM TO
DEFINE MARRIAGE AS BETWEEN ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN.
47 - RELATING TO MARRIAGE; DEFINING MARRIAGE AS A CIVIL CONTRACT
BETWEEN ONE MAN AND ONE WOMAN.
76 (Otero County Teen Pregnancy Prevention) never left the House
Appropriations and Finance Committee.
The bill would originally have allocated $100,000 to promote
abstinence education but was amended by HCPAC (public affairs committee)
to include "comprehensive" sex education.
Isa 5:20 Woe unto them that call
evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for
darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
What did pass? Bills that Have
Passed Both Houses, 2008 Regular Session:
Thank you for your prayers, emails and calls.
Praise the Lord! HB 9 was tabled
on a vote of 6-4 in SJC on February 9, 2008. Thank You Lord for Your victory, salvation, grace, mercy,
forgiveness, goodness and lovingkindness that You have bestowed on
us. Please thank the following
Senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee who voted to table HB 9. They took great risk in voting for
* Richard C. Martinez, Vice Chair, 986-4389, email@example.com
* William H. Payne, Ranking Member, 986-4276, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Rod Adair, Member, 986-4385, email@example.com
* Kent L. Cravens, Member, 986-4391, firstname.lastname@example.org
* Clinton D. Harden, Member, 986-4369, email@example.com
* Lidio G. Rainaldi, Member, 986-4310, no email listed
(recipient of BCNM Statesman of the Year Award 2008)
Thank you Walter Bradley, Rep. Nora Espinosa, Pastor Dean Mathis, Pastor
Jay McCollum, Pastor Lee Herring, Pastor Jose Vasquez, Pastor Glenn
Strock, Miki Vasquez, Evelyn Manderville, Brad Miller (Focus on the
Family), Pastor and Mrs. Marvin
Capehart, Brian Shaw, Dennis Alberson, Matthew Chandler, Pastor Steve
Smothermon, Pastor Derrick Smith, Pastor Matt Bullen, Nick Quintero and
Caleb Cionelo for your prayers and testimony (or availability for
testimony) at the committee hearings.
(If I have left anyone out, please forgive me and let me know who I
Thank you Pat Fort, Pastor Dean Mathis, Pastor John Loudat, Holley
Lindsey, Christian Life Committee of BCNM, Susie Tsyitee, Brian Shaw,
CAPE-NM, Center for Traditional Family Values NM, Christopher Klicka and
HSLDA, Dan Rosecrans and Family Life Radio, Peter Benson and Connection
Radio, Grant Kuck, Dewey Modie, Frank Haley, Cris Pacheco, Machelle Archuleta
and KKIM Radio for your communications with believers to keep them
informed about HB 9. (Again, if I
have left anyone out, please forgive me and let me know who I left out.)
Parents in one Virginia County have successfully forced the removal of a
book, which promotes homosexuality, from their local elementary school.
Here’s a little note from the 2007 Legis Session. Anyone remember a bill for the
“Children’s Eyesight Fund?” You
may have notices a little box to check on your auto registration. So where does all this money go to and
who manages it? We’re not really
sure at this point.
----- Original Message -----
From: Lewis, Mac, TRD
Cc: Ortiz, Margaret D., TRD ; Garcia, Gloria T., TRD ; Office, Policy, TRD
Sent: Thursday, February 21, 2008 9:57 AM
Subject: Save Our Children's Sight Fund
Thanks very much for your interest. I believe our registration renewal
materials may have misnamed the fund. If so, we will be correcting
the error very shortly. The correct name of the fund is the “Save Our
Children's Sight Fund,” and it was established by the 2007 Legislature in
two identical bills, HB1283 and SB1149.
I have included below the pertinent sections in statute. Our role is to
facilitate voluntary contributions, as described in Sec. 66-6-6.3, and to
pass the funds along to the State Treasury. For details on how the
program will be implemented, I would suggest you contact the New Mexico
Department of Health (NMDOH). I believe you will find that 100% of the
funds collected will be used by the NMDOH for the purposes
described in Sec. 24-1-31.
Thanks again for your interest. And please feel free to contact me again
if I can provide any additional information.
Another bill from 2007: Medical Marijuana, SB
523 (23 pages)
* Possession still a violation of Federal Law.
* Law enforcement does not know who is certified to possess marijuana.
* Who is the State certifying to produce marijuana? “Cannabis production facilities within
NM housed on secured grounds and operated by licensed producers.”
* An advisory board “shall convene at least twice per year.”
* How much is it costing taxpayers for the State to administer this
“Task force officials have said agents did not know French had state
permission to use marijuana until after the raid. The state Department of Health has said
officers called after the raid to verify the man's state-issued marijuana
ID card. Law enforcement agencies have asked the department to tell them
who is certified to have marijuana, but the department said doing so would
violate federal patient privacy laws.” http://www.abqjournal.com/news/state/apmedmar01-17-08.htm
at the Capitol & Home Education Proclamation
And you shall teach them diligently…
The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy
of government in the next. – Abraham Lincoln
CAPE annually sponsors CAPE at the Capitol, a day when home school
families from all across New Mexico convene in Santa Fe at the state
capitol building, known as The Roundhouse, to celebrate Home Education
Week in New Mexico and to meet and greet state legislators. This annual
assembly is our opportunity to bring the face of home schooling to New
Mexico's leaders, to remind them that we take our citizenship seriously,
and to express sincerely our appreciation for the public service of these
Attendance increased by over 180% this year; more than 360 home educating
fathers, mothers, and their sons and daughters visited Santa Fe to observe
the legislative process, and to introduce themselves to their legislators. While every district is not yet
represented, every lawmaker received an invitation to our convention and
contact information for CAPE. Many
personal contacts were established and the presence of God was evident.
Some of the God-moments that we heard about include:
* Senator Rainaldi (Gallup) had an abundance of home school visitors who
wanted to express their appreciation for his strong and unwavering
pro-family position. He was busy
with senatorial responsibilities, but his lovely wife spent time receiving
the love of the Lord from attendees along with home baked treats, only to
turn around and pass them out to the next wave. “I looked around, and I saw all these home school moms and
kids, just 'loving on her'. It was
such a God-thing.”
* Home schooled graduate and college student Nick Quintero checked for C@C
information online, registered himself, and drove himself to Santa Fe,
just to participate. Home schooled
high school student Caleb Cionelo took his place on the floor of the Senate
while he waited for an opportunity to testify to the Judiciary
Committee. His brother, Gideon,
used his time to persuade his exhausted family to wait just a few minutes
more, hoping to give Caleb that chance.
The committee chairman then adjourned early (for the fourth
time). Next year, Caleb!!
* DADS who attended were recognized as sacrificing to participate, and
reminded that they and their intact families were an unusual sight,
drawing attention! “I can’t
believe I’ve let my wife do this alone.
It is a wonderful opportunity, and I won’t miss out again!”
* Senator Cynthia Nava, chairman of the Senate Education Committee and
superintendent of the Gadsden School District slipped out of her
legislative session long enough to read the 2008 proclamation recognizing
parents as educators.
* Senator Clinton Harden asked us for the opportunity to publicly
acknowledge what a great impression our children were making on the
Roundhouse staff. He also reminded
us to pray fervently and faithfully for our legislators.
Homeschool Proclamation - 2008
TeenPact NM – http://www.teenpact.com/stateclass/stateclass.php?state=NM
Project Small Group Starting in Mar 08
Consider joining a small group for a 12-week video series – Focus on the
Family’s Truth Project with Dr Del Tackett. The small group is limited to 12 people
(High School and up) and will be a discussion format. The small group will meet on Fri or
Sat, 6-8p, in the new neighborhood at the south end of Juan Tabo in
Albuquerque. Commit for the entire
series or attend the topics that grab your attention. An excellent way to get deeper into the
Word and Its application! www.thetruthproject.org
Material is available only through small group meetings. Call pager 971-2053 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for
Lesson 1 - Veritology: What is Truth?
Lesson 2 - Philosophy and Ethics: Says Who?
Lesson 3 - Anthropology: Who is Man?
Lesson 4 - Theology: Who is God?
Lesson 5 - Science: What is True?
Lesson 6 - History: Whose Story?
Lesson 7 - Sociology: The Divine Imprint
Lesson 8 - Unio Mystica: Am I Alone?
Lesson 9 - The State: Whose Law?
Lesson 10 - The American Experiment: Stepping Stones
Lesson 11 - Labor: Created to Create
Lesson 12 - Community and Involvement: God Cares, do I?
The New Mexico Marriages First Project serves couples across all age
groups and ethnicities in Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties. The Project
goal is to provide culturally appropriate marriage education, marriage
enrichment projects, and programs that explore positive relationship
models to married couples, engaged couples, couples interested in marriage
and teenagers, thus strengthening marriage and reducing the incidence of
divorce. Through partnerships with community agencies, New Mexico
Marriages First will help interested couples gain greater access to
marriage education services enabling them to acquire skills to form and
sustain healthy marriages.
Mar 1 - 007 - Bond Your Marriage
Mar 29 & Aug 16 - Premarital Education Classes
Apr 12 - Romance & Roses
CINews supports the ministry of Family
Lifeline. Please check their events calendar and newsletter
for more info on NM Marriages First activities. Contact Family
Lifeline directly for additional information.
Days for Life
This spring, from Feb 6 - Mar 21, our community will be one of
59 cities in 31 states joining together for one of the largest
simultaneous pro-life mobilizations in history -- the national 40 Days for
40 Days for Life in Albuquerque is a focused pro-life effort that consists
40 days of prayer and fasting to end abortion
40 days of peaceful public witness
Good Friday Jericho Walk on March 21st at Planned Parenthood
We are praying that, with God's help, this groundbreaking effort will mark
the beginning of the end of abortion in our city and throughout
America. God ended slavery in
America – He can end abortion.
Project Defending Life's LIFETALK Radio Show, KTBL
1050 AM, 2-3pm Saturdays.
Street demonstrations with graphic images on Wednesdays. There are three politicians I really
want to protest; the Governor, Swisstack, and Ryan. I also want to do some stuff near UNM
and some other high exposure spots around the city. Email email@example.com
for more details.
Election Candidates. For all
of you who live in Rio Rancho, it is important that you vote in the City
March 4th election. [Fr. Stephen
Imbarrato supports Tim Crum for mayor, “a good and devout Catholic man
from STA with a strong business and leadership background.”]
CINews supports the ministry of Project Defending Life. You may sign up to be on their direct
mailing list to receive more current updates and info on
additional activities. Father
Stephen Imbarrato is forming a group
of Christian ministries that desire a unified effort in the
fight against evil and bringing the love of Christ to NM. Call 266-4100 if you would like more
information on this group.
INC is now in Albuquerque
LaDonna, a single mom with 2 children, is in school to become a medical
tech. After leaving a failed relationship she and her two children started
over, moving into an unfurnished apartment. She had no money for
furnishings or bedding after using school loans for tuition and books.
Everyone was sleeping on the floor even though family and friends were
able to help with small things.
Love INC of South Albuquerque coordinated numerous volunteers from several
churches and a Christian ministry that were all able to come alongside the
family over a period of two months. Church members delivered the much
needed furniture from the Love INC warehouse while others provided a
Christmas tree and gifts for mom and her children. Another volunteer
family blessed the client with some much needed items (like medical scrubs
and toys for the children). It was
a joy for the staff of Love INC to see the interaction between the
volunteers and the family as they got to know each other, shared life
joys, laughed and prayed together. LaDonna has shared with us how truly
thankful she is for all of the help and support she has received. Her life has been transformed through
the power of Christ’s love which was seen in the words and actions of the
Love INC of South Albuquerque is a new affiliate of Love INC headquartered
in Minneapolis. We are part of an organization that was founded in 1977
and operates in over 130 cities in the US. Their mission and ours is to
mobilize the Church to transform lives and communities In the Name of
Christ. LaDonna and others are referred to our Clearinghouse (phone center)
by pastors, care providers, case managers and friends to seek help. Our
intake volunteers screen each request for extent of need and legitimacy,
then issue referrals to a local church ministry, church volunteer, or
community agency. Love INC follows up to ensure the need was met and to
offer spiritual support.
If your church would like to partner with us please call 255-LOVE (5683).
Abstinence Education Coalition
The mission of NM AEC is to
promote abstinence until marriage in New Mexico, focusing on youth and
young adults. Specific goals to
accomplish this mission include providing education about abstinence;
providing resources, support, and technical assistance; providing
networking opportunities; providing information about funding sources;
advocating in support of abstinence; and promoting sexual health.
In a hostile move by the NM Dept of Health and Dept of Education,
abstinence education is now restricted to grades six and below in public
schools. NM now refuses federal funding for
abstinence education. NM AEC letter to the editor.
Letter to Senator
Bingaman from The Excel, Statewide Youth Coalition.
CINews supports the ministry of NM AEC.
Become a member of NM AEC to receive current updates on national,
state, and local abstinence education issues. NM AEC holds monthly telecons and an annual membership
meeting. Email Newmaec@aol.com.
The goal of the Wings Ministry is to connect spouses,
caregivers, and children of inmates with the nurturing and supporting relationships
of Christian people in local churches.
Mon, Feb. 25, 6:00 – 7:30 PM. Dinner provided by Romano’s Macaroni
Grill! Honor & Respect 101 –
District Judge Ernesto J. Romero will share his thoughts on this important
topic. What does ‘having respect’
really mean? Come and meet Judge
Romero. Ask him questions and we’ll respectfully explore many
issues together. RSVP 291-6412.
Sat, Mar 15, Wings Easter
2:00 – 4:00 Set-up/Training 4:00 –
6:30 PM Party
Destiny Center – Rio Rancho 792-7999
4401 Northern Blvd. NE, www.DestinyPeople.com
Sat, Apr 19, Volunteers Needed for
Dallas Wings Party – Hutchins State Jail.
Ann Edenfield Sweet, Wings Ministry Executive Director/Founder
2270 D Wyoming NE #130, Albuquerque, NM 87112
CINews supports the ministry of Wings for LIFE. To receive more current updates and info on additional
activities, email Webmaster@WingsMinistry.org.
Mat 25:40 And the King shall
answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done
it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me.
Jas 1:27 Pure religion and
undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and
widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.
Ernesto Romero, Respect
Get & Keep a Job
for Success in School
is NOT a Bad Word!
Malpais Hike & Picnic
Budget Family Fun
Vaccines & Aborted Babies
From: Kristi Rardin [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 3:58 PM
Subject: Vaccine information update
The email I sent out a couple weeks ago, with the shocking news that some
of our childhood vaccines rely on cell lines created from lung tissue of
aborted babies, really caused quite a stir. I completely understand, as I was so grieved by this news I
was physically ill. I have had a
lot of replies asking whether my sources were true, and I have also been
advised to not encourage people to not vaccinate their kids. I've continued to do more research on
the subject, just to make sense of it all and figure out what actions to
take or not take. So, please bear
with me as I send this second email in an attempt to clarify the data and
answer some of the questions that were sent to me.
Read the rest of
this important email and a quick-reference chart to help keep track of
which vaccines to choose.
I admit I am very discouraged and dismayed with the choice of Republican
candidate running for President.
We had some good ones but they got no where (Duncan Hunter and Fred
Thompson). Of course the media has
promoted the most democrat like Republican and so they are now the front
runners. Keep in mind that there
has only been one primary or caucus so far that was entirely Republican
voters casting votes for the Republican candidates. That was Florida just last week. Every previous contest, independents
could vote and thus independents have helped sway the votes away from the
more conservative or true Republican candidates toward those we have in
front today. This is offensive and
it is disenfranchising true Republican voters. Many of us will have no voice, as in New Mexico, the
decision will be completed before we even get to our June primary. Some of you on this list will vote on
Tuesday of this coming week. I am
hoping that all three candidates split the vote and no one comes out
ahead, no one gets sufficient delegates to be declared the nominee. At this point I say "none of the
above." Its time for the
grassroots to campaign to get some one to SOC (Save our Country) for us!
Someone like JC Watts. Come
on JC, step up to the plate for the good of the nation! Time for a little revolution. Like T Jefferson said, "a little
revolution now and then is a healthy thing (or something close to that
effect.) Venting helps - We need another choice! - Kathryn Cooper
Important parallels have come to my mind regarding the comparison of this
issue [same-sex marriage] to slavery. These parallels are not the ones
that the supporters of ‘same sex marriage’ are talking about in a
distorted fashion. Slavery tore at
the very fabric of families. Slavery destroyed families and black families
are suffering the horrible consequences of that even to this day. ‘Same sex marriage’ completely
undermines real marriage and will complete the destruction of the family
in America. Real Christians led
the fight to abolish slavery, because it was clearly against biblical
principles. Real Christians are
leading the struggle against ‘same sex marriage’ because it is clearly
against biblical principles. If
the proponents of ‘same sex marriage’ succeed; I believe it will lead
divide our nation and lead to civil war.
– Clifton Green
I thought you might find this interesting/scary - http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1606679,00.html
Until now, I wasn't aware that politics in neighboring CO (home of Focus
on the Family, etc.) had changed that much recently on social conservative
issues. Perhaps some of you
already know about gay activist Tim Gill moving to CO and his
"stealth" Gill Action Fund and Gill Foundation throwing millions
around to liberalize politics there and targeting other mountain west
states! This year (for the 2nd or
3rd year - I've lost track) we have been battling against HB-9 and similar
measures in the NM legislature and (Praise the Lord!) we squeaked by with
a win again. However, in reading
the article above, NM could be targeted in the future by Tim Gill and his
ilk if it hasn't already. Let's
keep praying now that we'll be ready in NM for even bigger battles
then. HMS,Vern Hershberger,
[“We have been notified that a multi-millionaire homosexual-Kim Gill from
Colorado-has hired a lobbyist to pass this bill this year.” – Source: CLC BCNM.]
Your comments are welcome and will be included in this section in the
of the Family is a group of key supporters who invest
monthly in family ministry. Their commitment is key to the ongoing
effectiveness of Focus on the Family and enables us to extend the ministry
to many who cannot afford the resources and services they need. They also
enable our radio programs, our efforts to defend family values, and our
outreaches to special groups like teens, unwed mothers, and
non-Christians. For more information, call 1-800-A-FAMILY.
Center for Traditional
Family Values NM is a newly formed yet cohesive, nondenominational
grassroots organization of families and individuals who see a distinct
shift in American values. God is
moving the hearts of believers today to renew an emphasis on His design
for man, woman, and the traditional family. We see the devastating consequences around us from ignoring
those values – violence, drugs, divorce, suicide, abortion, broken
relationships, etcetera. They are
the symptoms of a culture in need of God.
Why wait until the situation gets even worse? God ordained three institutions to
influence society for good – Civil
Government, the Church, and the Family.
Each has a God given role. Without
God, these institutions become corrupt and we see evil instead of
good. The Center for Traditional
Family Values has a vision
for NM beyond opposing bad legislation. We need your support today to pursue that vision. For more information, call 505 609-9609
or email email@example.com.
* For he is the minister of God to thee for good. (Rom 13:4)
* That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.
(2 Ti 3:17)
* So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him;
male and female created he them.
And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good.
Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall
cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. (Gen 1:27,31; 2:24)
This section has been updated
with a link to resource organizations. Anyone finding these organizations
helpful, please consider mentioning CINews when contacting them.
Resources for Church
Your Legislator (or Former Legislator)