Looking Back to Plan for Change

December 29

Dear Friends,

The year 2021 has seemed to be a year of unmet expectations. After the disappointment that came with 2020, many of us looked to 2021 for “better.” Whether we were looking for better health, better finances, better politics, we expected 2021 to be better than 2020. We may have had glimpses of better this year, but the harder we tried to hold onto it, the harder it was to see – like the fog of a dream upon waking. In 2021, New Mexico didn’t see “better.” In fact, we reached some all-time lows.

  • New Mexico lost major ground in the fight for life by being called “the late-term abortion capital of the country”
  • Parental rights were threatened in the classroom as politics threatened to hijack our children’s education
  • Government overreach heightened as spending accountability was ignored
  • Progressive politics passed redistricting maps that threaten the conservative voice

But amid discouraging blows, light shined through the darkness.

  • Churches began to be intentional with practicing religious freedoms
  • Family Policy Alliance of New Mexico was re-launched
  • Legislators enforced accountability in un-lawful government spending
  • Good people chose to fight for better

This year could have been better. Many things could have gone differently but playing the “what if” game won’t help us achieve better in 2022. Looking back, we see where we’ve been and where we are headed if nothing changes. And so, we look to 2022 for change in…

  • Anti-life legislation
  • Education transparency
  • The family’s ability to thrive
  • The power of the conservative voice
  • The hearts and minds of people

These changes are possible and we will fight to see them flourish, but your support is critical. Please help us see change for a better New Mexico in 2022 by supporting us now. Every dollar you give this week will be doubled by the $150,000 Challenge Grant to have 2x the impact.

Thank you for your support. Thank you for your prayers. Thank you for believing in the vision of a better New Mexico.

Ready for Change,

Jodi Hendricks
Executive Director