At Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming, our vision is a Wyoming — and a nation — where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive and life is cherished.
It’s my pleasure to welcome you to Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming. We are a Christ-centered organization, public policy partner of Focus on the Family, and part of a vibrant national alliance of pro-family state groups.
- We believe God’s timeless design for the family is the strongest foundation for a free society. We equip and motivate Wyomingites to cast their ballots and raise their voices in support of pro-family candidates and policies.
- We believe human life is sacred. We’re all created in the image of God, so we respect and protect life, including preborn babies, the elderly and every other condition of the human experience through natural death.
- We believe the Founding Fathers got it right when they guaranteed the “free exercise of religion.” We protect the freedom of individuals, churches and businesses to speak and act according to their faith.
There are two ways you can partner with us to expand your impact on our nation and to meet your needs:
Your gift to Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming, a 501(c)(4) organization, will go toward engaging directly in the frontline efforts of politics and policy, and is not tax-deductible.
Your gift to Family Policy Foundation of Wyoming, a 501(c)(3) organization, will support our education and voter registration efforts, and is tax-deductible.
Director of Advocacy
Working For You
Director of Advocacy, Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming
Nathan Winters grew up in Cheyenne and after high school, he earned both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from West Coast Baptist College.
He then returned to the state to serve as a pastor at First Baptist Church of Thermopolis for over 12 years. While in his role there he was also on the board of Missionary Tech Team – a Texas-based ministry equipping missionaries and building hospitals and churches around the globe. He also served locally as a member of the Hot Springs County Counseling Center board of directors.
Nathan has also been involved in Republican politics for many years at the local and state level and also as an official in various roles for the state party.
In 2012, he successfully ran for the Wyoming House of Representatives where he served on several key committees overseeing issues ranging from economic development, mineral policy, agriculture, public lands and program auditing. In his third term he was elected chairman of the House Republican Caucus and was vice-chairman of the Judiciary Committee.
Nathan has always enjoyed engaging with people, whether in church, in the legislature or on the campaign trail. Nathan’s passion for the truth of God’s Word and his desire to see biblical citizenship demonstrated in both our government and our culture drive him every day. He daily puts these motivations to work as he strives to advance the mission of Family Policy Alliance in Wyoming.
Nathan and his wife, Christie, live in Cheyenne and are the parents of three young children.