Recently, I was throwing away some things that had accumulated in my dad’s attic, and I was intrigued by a yellowed, brittle page from the local newspaper because it was dated June 6, 1958, the month and year I was … Continue reading →
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Recently, a Tennessee legislator was upset that we had reported on adverse actions he’d taken on a bill. He told us we were no longer welcome in his office. While unpleasant news, it was a great reminder of what a … Continue reading →
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The special election for Mayor of Nashville to replace Megan Barry will be held on May 24 instead of August 2, according to Tuesday’s ruling of the Tennessee Supreme Court overturning the decision of the Davidson County Election Commission and … Continue reading →
FACT is pleased to associate with the following national organizations in the course of its work on behalf of families in Tennessee:
Alliance Defending Freedom, Family Policy Alliance, Family Research Council, and Focus on the Family.
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Find out about legislation and legal actions in Tennessee affecting marriage, family, life, and religious liberty and how you can engage your legislators and others on these issues. Continue reading →
Thank You for Supporting Us!
Through this short video, we just wanted to say thank you for your year-end financial gifts and for your prayers as we enter into a new year at FACT.
What is FACT?
In 2006, a group of Tennesseans came together to form The Family Action Council of Tennessee (FACT) because of their concern about the future of the family in Tennessee and the growing negative impact of public policies on the family. Continue reading →
What Others Are Saying
“I highly recommend David to fill any pulpit that values good strong Bible teaching. He truly has been gifted with the ability to connect ancient Christian truth to our contemporary culture.”
Steve BergerSenior Pastor, Grace Chapel, Franklin, TN
“David Fowler speaks deeply and persuasively about the moral principles that must underlay our laws.”
Tom Minneryformer President, Family Policy Alliance
“David’s strong Christian worldview undergirds his proven track record of lobbying elected officials on matters of Faith, Family, and Freedom.”
Tony PerkinsPresident, Family Research Council
“David Fowler gets it. He gets the political process, he gets Christianity, and he gets how they connect.”
John StonestreetPresident, The Colson Center for Christian Worldview
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