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New Yorker's Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) is a nonprofit organization that educates, encourages, and equips Christians for effective participation in New York State government.

Justice Samuel Alito: A 21st-Century Profile In Courage

July 16, 2022

In the wake of the Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization—which overturned the Court’s pro-abortion decision in Roe v. Wade (1973)—Christians in New York and across the United States have many reasons for thanksgiving. The demise of Roe has allowed many states to restrict or ban the practice of abortion. The…

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Exalt!: A 14-Day Journey To Reset America’s Spiritual Compass

June 30, 2022

Can you feel it? Something is happening in our nation. It isn’t just the recent Supreme Court decisions or the coming midterm elections, either. We’re sensing that there is a spiritual shift occurring in America. Jason J. McGuire, president of New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation, says, “Personally, I have sensed God calling me to make…

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Attacks By Pro-Choice Activists Against Pro-Life Pregnancy Centers Must Stop

June 23, 2022

The violence we’ve seen at our pregnancy centers hurts the women who need our help the most By Andrea Trudden Abortion is a hot topic in our nation, there is no denying that. But to assume that all women facing unexpected pregnancies want an abortion is plainly wrong. These women need a place to go…

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Announcing The Center For Childhood Innocence

April 14, 2022

Rochester, NY—New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) is actively working to replicate its efforts, expand its reach and collaborate with others to go in depth on a few primary issues. In that spirit, we are pleased to announce that NYFRF has entered a collaboration with Feed My Sheep Foundation (FMS), a New York-based non-profit organization that…

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