Family Council research is packaged into a number of different publication types. This information includes research conducted by reputable national organizations, while other information has been complied and edited by our own policy department.
Family Council provides opinion editorials for publication in newspapers, online, and elsewhere.
If you’re having a hard time understanding complex policy issues, check out our short summaries of current issues affecting Arkansas.
Read our e-book, Abolishing Arkansas’ Lottery, and check back often for more publications by the Family Council.
The Family Council update letter is a great way to keep up with what’s going on in Arkansas. Mailed to our state-wide network, this informative letter provides an inside view of the politics at the State Capitol and information on the Family Council agenda.
Resources for Your Church and Family
Here you’ll find resources for teaching your family and church about issues such as marriage, homosexuality, gender confusion, and religious liberty.
Video is a powerful communication tool. Check out our collection of videos that provide information on social, moral, and economic issues.
Jerry’s Blog is a great way to keep up with Arkansas family issues on a daily basis. Updated every weekday, this blog is yet another tool to keep citizens informed.
Family Council is Arkansas’ conservative voice. Read our latest news releases on issues affecting Arkansas families.
When a critical need arises, we notify our state-wide network by e-mail. Follow our e-mail alerts to learn which issues require immediate citizen attention.
Words From Our Founders
Words From Our Founders is a series of blog posts we have published on America’s Founding Fathers. It is a series of inspirational writings and proclamations highlighting our founders’ deep love of religion, religious liberty, and virtue.
Words From Our Presidents
Words From Our Presidents is a series of blog posts containing quotes about religion, religious liberty, and morality from some of America’s more recent presidents.