After a phenomenal March for Life in D.C. two weeks ago (see more below), I came home to a new legislative session, and it didn’t take long for last year’s comprehensive pleasure-based sex-ed bill, H7166, to resurface.

Once again, Senator Tiara Mack and Representatives Kislak, Donovan, Potter, Felix, Alzate, Speakman, Carson, Henries, Tanzi, and Ajello have teamed up to circumvent parental rights with curriculum for grades 6-12. Here’s an excerpt from this bill that is intended for children as young as 6th grade:

“Provided further, courses in family life or sex education shall … affirmatively recognize pleasure based sexual relations, different sexual orientations and be inclusive of same-sex relationships in discussions and examples. In addition, comprehensive course instruction shall include gender, gender expression, gender identity, and the harm of negative gender stereotypes.”

The sponsors claim this type of curriculum decreases sexual activity and STDs in teens, but other sources disagree emphatically and say exactly the opposite. When this type of curriculum is taught, teens say they feel pressured to have sex.

Both Rep. Kislak and Sen. Mack candidly claimed to be part of the LGBTQ+ community in Rhode Island and both believe their sexual preferences and identities are neglected in the sex-ed programs of our public schools. Sen. Mack claimed to have majored in sex ed at Brown University, where she developed much of the training she now recommends. When asked by Rep. Sherry Roberts if parents were a part of her research, she said, “NO, THEY WERE NOT.” Both Sen. Mack and Rep. Kislak emphasized repeatedly that sex norms are changing, and that teens as well as parents need to update their thinking.

There was no mention of faith and family values, which obviously play a part in how parents raise their children.

I testified against this bill in person along with others who also provided great verbal and written statements. For now, the legislation has been tabled, but we must not allow special interest groups to capture the impressionable minds of our youth.

Be on the lookout for future alerts on this matter. Already, parents are expressing outrage on social media concerning this bill. If H7166 starts to move in the legislature, we will make sure you have the tools to reach out to your representatives so you can ask them to oppose this bill and the promotion of comprehensive sex-ed curriculums in our public schools.

For Faith and Family in RI,

David Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island




P.S. As noted above, I attended the March for Life in Washington D.C. for the first-time two weeks ago, and it was a LIFE-changing experience not only for me, but also for the more than 150,000 people who attended and marched despite bitterly cold weather. Who knows how many preborn lives will be saved as a result of this year’s march?

Should Roe be overturned, the issue of abortion will return to each state and then the battle will really begin, because Rhode Island has NO PROTECTIONS for preborn babies. Mother and doctor can decide at birth whether her baby is allowed to live, and that’s barbaric! Please pray that we can change that this year! Visit Family Policy Alliance’s for helpful information.

A professor in a college ethics class presented his students with a problem. He said, “A man has syphilis, and his wife has tuberculosis. They have had four children: one has died, the other three have a terminal illness. The mother is pregnant. What do you recommend?” After a spirited discussion, most of the class voted that she should abort the child. “Fine,” said the professor. “You’ve just killed Beethoven.”

Beethoven’s life is not an isolated case! Here are three similar scenarios. The first is Pattie Mallette. She was sexually abused as a child and, by age 14, was using drugs and alcohol. She attempted suicide by throwing herself in front of an oncoming truck. Then, while staying in a psychiatric hospital, a friend led her to faith in Christ, and she became a Christian. But after just six months, she relapsed and, at age 17, discovered she was pregnant. Because of her young age and difficult situation, many people encouraged her to end her pregnancy. Pattie, however, insisted abortion was never an option. Today her son, Justin Bieber, can sing to millions of fans and inspire them as a living example of the sanctity of a human life. She tells her story in her book Nowhere But Up: The Story of Justin Bieber’s Mom.

Then there is Ethel Waters, a famed singer and actress and the second African American ever nominated for an Academy Award. Ethel was conceived in rape. She wrote about her birth in her autobiography, His Eye Is on the Sparrow: “So John Waters, my father, forced my mother to submit to him. She tried to fight him, but he raped her. She was only twelve, and that is how I was conceived.” Her talent and success only led to brokenness, but in her later years, she gave her heart to Christ at a Billy Graham Crusade. She went on to literally bless thousands while often touring with Graham in his crusades.

One more example would be Tim Tebow. Doctors told his mother Pam to abort her son after she became ill because of her pregnancy. Pam refused, instead asking God for a healthy baby. He answered her prayers with a future NFL player. Tim has used his success as a platform to share the gospel all over the world. He has also funded building a hospital in a needy part of the Philippines where he grew up. His “saved” life has “saved” the lives of many others!

Decisions to keep babies in dire circumstances instead of aborting resulted in Beethoven, Justin Bieber, Ethel Waters, Tim Tebow and who knows how many others. Every abortion stops a beating heart. Every abortion ends a life. Every abortion robs the world of someone who could have made a real difference in the lives of others. And every abortion robs a person of the opportunity to live life.

On Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, churches throughout the United States celebrate God’s gift of life, commemorate the lives lost to abortion, and commit to protecting human life at every stage. This year, the date is Sunday, January 23, 2022. Alliance Defending Freedom has developed tools for pastors and church leaders to use, and you can access them here.

I will be attending the Annual March for Life this Friday in Washington D.C. PLEASE PRAY for the safety of those attending and that our Supreme Court reverses the infamous Roe decision from 1973 that has resulted in the death of more than 63 million pre-born babies.

Also, visit Family Policy Alliance at to see the challenges ahead as we work to make Rhode Island a state where LIFE IS CHERISHED! To that end, please consider supporting this ministry monthly in 2022.

For Faith and Family in RI,

Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island

If freedom is something you value, then you need to pay attention – as you may not have it for long if our nation continues to embrace socialism. According to an AXIOS poll, only half of younger Americans now hold a positive view of capitalism, while socialism’s appeal continues to grow. When AXIOS compared their poll results from 2019 with 2021, the results were alarming.

Today, 18 to 34-year-olds are almost evenly split between those who view capitalism positively and those who view it negatively (49% vs. 46%). Two years ago, that margin was a gaping 20 points (58% vs. 38%). It’s amazing to me how an ideology like socialism can become so popular when historically it has been so deadly. In 1999, a group of European researchers published The Black Book of Communism, an international best-seller. They calculated the Socialist-Marxist impact on the 20th century in terms of lives lost and found that the death toll from World War I and World War II would have to be combined and then doubled just to get near it.

Regardless of historical fact, liberal school boards are introducing curricula that paints socialism in a positive light. But parents are waking up and battles are raging in school districts that are embracing Socialist-Marxist ideology. Parents are also realizing that the socialist view of “equity” is inextricably linked to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) and that their children will also be taught to embrace transgenderism and LGBTQ lifestyles.

Here is what’s happening in a few Rhode Island school districts:

In summary, some Rhode Island school districts have declared war against parents who challenge them on CRT, and they have key allies in the media who join in the attack on parents. The unions and union-controlled school committees have decided to make examples of any parent or legislator who questions CRT. Rep. Patricia Morgan has been viciously attacked and slandered for bringing attention to the indoctrinating material and the pornography in our school curricula.

Let’s remember that God answers prayer, and there is much to PRAY about. Each week I will have a prayer corner to highlight a few needs. Here are two: 1) Pray for health and safety of those attending the annual March for Life in D.C. on January 20-21. There are still seats available on the bus with Tyler Rowley’s group: text (401) 290-7201 or email 2) Visit and pray that SCOTUS overturns Roe v. Wade.

For Faith and Family in RI,

Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island

Family Christmas Tree

If you enjoy the tradition of Christmas Lights as much as I do, you can thank a man named Edward Johnson for that. He was Thomas Edison’s assistant, and he has the distinction of being called the ‘Father of Electric Christmas Tree Lights.’  One Christmas he had 80 red, white, and blue electric incandescent light bulbs the size of walnuts made especially for his Christmas tree. On December 22, 1882, Johnson invited the public to his home on 5th Avenue in New York City and proudly displayed his tree. The rest is history! As the electric light bulb started to be mass-produced and became affordable, Christmas lights invaded the darkness and illuminated homes across America.

The spiritual analogy should not be missed. Christmas lights symbolize Jesus, the true light, who gives light to everyone (John 1:9). He told his followers in no uncertain terms, “I am the light of the world. If you follow me, you won’t walk in darkness, because you will have the light that leads to life” (John 8:12). Christmas is a time to refocus and let our light shine. The world is a dark place, but we have the ability and the responsibility to bring the light to bear on that darkness, especially here in our own state of Rhode Island.

This past year the Family Policy Alliance of RI joined with the Ministry Training Network of N.E. to bring you the ‘Bible, Gender and Sexuality Conference.’  Many pastors and ministry leaders attended it and the feedback was tremendous. Dr. J. Alan Branch and Dr. Michelle Cretella were our main speakers, who addressed the theological and medical aspects of sexuality with a special focus on the rise of transgenderism amongst teens and young adults.

They covered these topics: Born this Way, Celebrating the Gift of Sex and Gender, Good News for Broken lives, and Transgender Belief: Healing Minds, Embracing Bodies, Saving Lives. A highlight of the conference was when Brenna Simonds shared her own very moving story of same sex attraction and leaving the LGBTQ lifestyle. She now leads a ministry called Alive in Christ that helps others do the same.

These six sessions were individually recorded and are available here for your viewing. Please watch them and share this helpful resource with others. I can assure you that these speakers shed immense light on these dark areas our culture that are affecting so many families. And they bring HOPE!

The Family Policy Alliance is networking with other organizations, legislators, and community leaders to strengthen the family. We have accomplished a lot this year and with your help we can do more in 2022. Because of a generous donor you can DOUBLE YOUR GIFT with a $150,000 Matching Grant. We can do more to make our state and our nation a place where religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished.

From my family to yours, have a very Merry and Blessed Christmas!

Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Advisors – Rhode Island


Recently I had a conversation with someone about the difference they experienced between living in Rhode Island and other Midwest states that are more conservative. They remarked that the culture in New England is darker and more oppressive, and they can feel the difference. Why is that?

Well, it seems that when Christian values dominate a geographical area, they bring light and life to their surroundings. There is a bible verse that validates this, and it’s often found on Christmas cards this time of year. “The people living in darkness have seen a great light, and for those living in the region and shadow of death, on them a light has dawned,” Matthew 4:16 states. That verse is a quote from the prophet Isaiah describing the effect the coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ, would have on the ungodly cosmopolitan area around him where he lived and would preach.

Darkness and light are metaphors often used to describe the impact those living by godly values have on the ungodly culture around them. The mission of the Family Policy Alliance is to protect, preserve, and promote those godly values in Rhode Island as well as in 40 other states. And we are making a difference!

Our Alliance is heavily involved in the current efforts to overturn Roe V. Wade with the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case debated in the Supreme Court earlier this month. This case challenges the Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks. We have also been strategically involved with the recent pro-life victory in Texas regarding their heartbeat bill. Nicole Hudgens, Government Affairs Director of Family Policy Alliance, said in a statement recently: “Today, the Court has ensured that more Texas children will have the chance to celebrate a birthday. We celebrate today’s victory with our friends in Texas, and eagerly await the day when every child across America has a chance to celebrate a birthday. By dismissing the Biden-Harris administration’s attack on preborn children – and the attacks of many others – the Court has sent a clear signal that life is winning!

It is the Bible that sheds light on the truth that God is the Creator of life. Evolution darkens our understanding of life, devalues it, and affects so many aspects of the family and society. The efforts of Family Policy Alliance in Rhode Island next year will be to continue fighting for life as well as other areas affecting family values, morality, parental rights, and religious freedom.

A few years ago, the Barna Research group found that of The 10 Most Post-Christian Cities in America, Providence ranked #3. That means there is a lot of darkness that we must shine the light on. This coming year we will once again work with legislators to expose bills and policies that adversely affect families and our freedoms. We will provide them with resources to pass bills that will honor God, cause religious freedom to flourish, and help families thrive and cherish life. We are growing and we need your help. If you have never given to the Family Policy Alliance, would you consider doing so and join our ‘Year End Matching Gift Campaign.’

For Faith and Family in Rhode Island,

Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Advisors – Rhode Island

This was the title of an article by my friend Nathan Winters who leads the Family Policy Alliance of Wyoming. It jolted me when I read it and I hope it does the same to you. It literally made me stop and realize that despite all the craziness in today’s world, we must slow down and celebrate a truly American holiday.

I needed to be reminded that of the 102 original Mayflower passengers, only 44 survived. It was the kindness of the local Native Americans that saved them from a cold, wintery death. The Pilgrims’ modeled remarkable courage and faith in a God of providence that we could learn from. Did you know that the following Spring (1621) when the Mayflower returned to Europe, not a single Pilgrim deserted Plymouth? Read about it here.

Nathan’s piece further reminded me that George Washington issued the first Thanksgiving Proclamation in 1789, a few years after the Revolutionary War and two years after our Constitution was enacted. This holiday was important to our founding fathers. Here is the Thanksgiving Proclamation of 1789

“Now therefore I do recommend and assign Thursday the 26th day of November next to be devoted by the People of these States to the service of that great and glorious Being, who is the beneficent Author of all the good that was, that is, or that will be– That we may then all unite in rendering unto him our sincere and humble thanks–for his kind care and protection of the People of this Country previous to their becoming a Nation–for the signal and manifold mercies, and the favorable interpositions of his Providence which we experienced in the course and conclusion of the late war–for the great degree of tranquility, union, and plenty, which we have since enjoyed–for the peaceable and rational manner, in which we have been enabled to establish constitutions of government for our safety and happiness, and particularly the national One now lately instituted–for the civil and religious liberty with which we are blessed; and the means we have of acquiring and diffusing useful knowledge; and in general for all the great and various favors which he hath been pleased to confer upon us.

And also that we may then unite in most humbly offering our prayers and supplications to the great Lord and Ruler of Nations and beseech him to pardon our national and other transgressions– to enable us all, whether in public or private stations, to perform our several and relative duties properly and punctually–to render our national government a blessing to all the people, by constantly being a Government of wise, just, and constitutional laws, discreetly and faithfully executed and obeyed–to protect and guide all Sovereigns and Nations (especially such as have shewn kindness unto us) and to bless them with good government, peace, and concord–To promote the knowledge and practice of true religion and virtue, and the increase of science among them and us–and generally to grant unto all Mankind such a degree of temporal prosperity as he alone knows to be best.”

The last two years has made us more aware than ever before that the governments of this world are flawed but we can still be thankful. Thanksgiving is a reminder that Christmas is coming, and that Child born 2,000 years ago will one day set things right….

“For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the
government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
Of the increase of his government and of peace there will be no end,
on the throne of David and over his kingdom, to establish it and to
uphold it with justice and with righteousness from this time forth and
forevermore.” – Isaiah 9:6-7

My prayer for you is that despite the losses you may have experienced these last few years, you will be reminded that God’s love and promises will ultimately be fulfilled in His Son Jesus Christ.


Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Advisors – Rhode Island

The family is the basic unit of society. There is no substitute for it. When families are healthy, society is healthy. In recent years, parents have abdicated their parental responsibilities by allowing the public school system to step in and play parent. But that seems to be changing given the woke brainwashing plaguing our schools.

North Kingstown Rhode Island has become the focal point in the debate of who has control over or children – the parents or the public school. It began with school boards introducing Critical Race Theory, a curriculum of Marxist ideology. But it hasn’t stopped there. Parents became aware that school libraries, and classrooms, were highlighting pornographic books promoting transgender and LGBTQ+ lifestyles with graphic images. Public and school libraries were once places where you wanted your children to spend time, but that is sadly no longer the case. You would be surprised by what your tax dollars are being used for.

The Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) of the American Library Association (ALA) posted this on their blog to help librarians stand against parental pushback: “Forget Tide Pods and cinnamon swallowing. The latest dangerous fad sweeping the nation is book challenges.” The OIF went on to give instruction on how to withstand challenges to young adult books like Lawn Boy and Gender Queer They acknowledged that most of these books were from an organization that claims, “We are loud. We are tenacious. We must be heard. We won’t be denied.” Read the article here.


The reality is that the character and values of children and young adults are being shaped in these formative years. Proverbs 22:6 is very clear: “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.”

Could we be seeing a reviving of the ‘family’ in Rhode Island? Personally, I think it’s coming. Parents are waking up and putting their foot down to this woke indoctrination.

I have already begun working with legislators on policies that would stop schools from oversexualizing our children and teenagers with pornographic curriculum. The Family Policy Alliance’s Help Not Harm’ campaign has already been passed on to key legislators here in Rhode Island to prevent gender surgeries on minors. Our ‘Save Girls’ Sports’ legislation will be reintroduced this next legislative session too. Girls on sports teams need to know they are safe in showers and that their titles and scholarships will not be stolen by boys who pretend to be girls.

Good things are happening because of your prayers and your partnership. Please consider supporting us monthly so we can continue making an impact to preserve strong family values in Rhode Island. Last week, I was invited to speak to an adult Sunday School class in North Kingstown, and if your church or small group would like me to share, please let me know.

For Faith and Family in RI, 



Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Advisors – Rhode Island

Yes, good things can happen in Rhode Island! This past weekend, we had about 150 pastors, church leaders, and workers who attended the Bible, Gender, and Sexuality Conference here in our state. This type of conference was a first for us in Rhode Island, and we covered a broad array of issues that people find difficult to talk about. The reoccurring theme of this conference was compassion without compromise.

Throughout the conference, we heard people comment on the great quality of each speaker, the robust content of their messages, and their helpful resource materials. The conference was organized by the Ministry Training Network of New England. Because of your prayers and support, Family Policy Alliance was able to make significant contributions by way of speakers and materials. Each person in attendance received a complimentary copy of our ‘Parents Resource Guide.’ It’s available for you to download here free of charge.

Dr. J. Alan Branch, a seminary professor and author, opened the conference on Friday with a challenging message that sex and gender were meant to be celebrated because God created us in his own image. Sin has marred that image, but through Christ they can be redeemed. On Saturday, nationally known pediatrician, Dr. Michelle Cretella, addressed the medical, physical, and social consequences that people are experiencing when they deviate from God’s intended norms for sexuality. Her research shows that trauma is often the underlying issue. With counseling we can help people embrace their bodies, their true identities, and help save their lives from destruction.

Brenna Simonds, Director of ‘Alive in Christ,’ leads 2 Christ-centered support groups that are helping Christian men and women find freedom in their struggle with same-sex attraction. She gave a moving and personal testimony of her journey to wholeness. Her breakout session titled, “Same-Sex Attraction and the Church: Compassion without Compromise,” was well-attended and well-received.

My biggest take-away from the conference came from Dr. Branch. At times, I feel overwhelmed by the opposition to our faith and values, but Dr. Branch proved that the challenges we are facing today are nothing new. The early church faced them to an even greater degree and the church emerged victorious. The Lord’s return is imminent, and we need to take His promise to heart, “I will build my church and the gates of hell will not prevail against it” (Matthew 16:18).

This Conference brought many diverse members in the body of Christ together. It’s evidence that good things are coming out of our treasured state. Please consider supporting our efforts by making a monthly donation so we can keep those good things coming.

For Faith and Family,

Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island

Mark Batterson, in his best seller, Win the Day, tells the story of Spanish explorer Hernán Cortés. On February 19, 1519, he set sail for Mexico with 11 ships, 13 horses, 110 sailors, and 553 soldiers. Two previous expeditions had failed to establish a settlement in the New World, yet Cortés was successful. Why? Once they arrived in the New World, he issued an order that turned his mission into an all-or-nothing proposition: BURN THE SHIPS! As his crew watched their fleet of ships burn and sink, they came to terms with the fact that retreat was not an option. There was no plan B for Cortés and his crew.

Batterson says “the lesson to be learned is that nine times out of ten, failure is resorting to Plan B when Plan A gets too risky, too costly, or too difficult. Most people are living their Plan B because they didn’t burn the ships. Plan A people don’t have a Plan B. It’s Plan A or bust.” I want to be a Plan A person and I need your help to do that.

It’s obvious that religious freedom is being threatened across America. Here in Rhode Island, it’s no different. The First Amendment allows religious freedom so we can live out our faith. As Christians, the mission of being salt and light has not changed – but it is becoming increasingly more difficult. In response to the challenge, nearly 40 states have Family Policy Councils that work at preserving our religious freedoms. They are independent organizations that work together in alliance, hosted by Family Policy Alliance. Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New Hampshire are those nearest us. They are on the front lines of the battle and their success birthed a vision in me to begin a Family Policy Council in our own state. I’m grateful to Family Policy Alliance for partnering with me to get this process started.

I shared that vision with my deacon board two years ago, and they enthusiastically gave me their blessing. That was the beginning of plan A and began a transition from the pastorate to establishing a Family Policy Council of Rhode Island.

The ministry requires a full-time director that would require me to move from being a Senior Pastor at our church to Executive Director and President of a Family Policy Council of Rhode Island. To make this happen, I need to raise a budget of $100,000. This process is similar to a missionary getting to the field God has called them to. My field is Rhode Island, and I can’t do it without you.

There are 3 ways you can help. First, would you personally consider partnering at $100, $50, or $25 monthly? My weekly newsletters will keep you informed. Next, would you ask the missions board of your church to support this ministry as part of your home missions’ budget? Three churches have already done that. And, finally, would you recommend this ministry to Christian businessmen and women? They are increasingly coming under government regulations that threaten to violate their faith, and we have resources to help them.

This year was very busy. The highlight was working with legislators who introduced two pieces of legislation: “Save Girls’ Sports” and “Online Posting of Sex-Ed Curriculum” that would allow parents to “opt-in’ instead of “opt-out’. We also conducted an online training seminar for lawmakers on dealing with hot topics. We promoted and supported a number of pro-life bills. When there was an effort to change the recommended public-school curriculum from being abstinence-focused to pleasure-based and LGBTQ+ focused, we opposed that change. I have also been working with other churches and was part of planning The Bible, Gender & Sexuality Seminar to be held on October 29-30. It’s a first-of-its-kind conference for our state. You don’t want to miss it! You can still register for it here:

Plan A has begun; there is no plan B. I’m all in and committed to moving forward and making Rhode Island a state where God is honored, religious freedom flourishes, families thrive, and life is cherished. Won’t you join me in this step of faith? If you’re all in for this shared vision, click on the DONATE tab below to make your commitment.

For Faith and Family,

Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island

The transgender ideology running rampant in our culture is promising a lot of freedom to our children but is only delivering regrets. Increasingly, teens around the country have declared that they identify as transgender. And, unfortunately, I have spoken with high schoolers who say that identifying as “trans” draws attention and affirmation from their peers, guidance counselors, and teachers. But this movement – painted as a happy and exciting thing in culture – has a dark side. Once an adolescent starts down the path of puberty blockers – typically followed by cross-sex hormones – many effects are irreversible or long-lasting. That once healthy body may never function as it did originally. As people who have “transitioned” become aware of this, they are often filled with deep regret. There are many of these stories – check out to hear about some of them.

Tragically, those who choose to “transition” may even have much higher suicide rates than the general population in the long run.

Planned Parenthood even gets involved in these fights!

Family Policy Alliance is fighting to protect kids from these dangerous interventions through education, outreach, and working with legislators right here in Rhode Island. This year, we are working to keep minors from sex-change surgeries and hormone treatments. There has been an outright attack on our youth and we are engaged in working for your family, but we need your help to win.

Family Policy Alliance of Rhode Island is ending our fiscal year on September 30th. Would you consider a generous one-time donation or monthly support? Your partnership helps us to fight on behalf of your family here in Rhode Island!

What exactly are we up against? You can learn more by watching this webinar with Family Policy Alliance’s Meridian Baldacci. She spoke with Andrè Van Mol, MD in a conversation titled, “The Truth About Transition. Dr. Van Mol is the co-chair of the American College of Pediatrician’s Committee on Adolescent Sexuality. What he has to say should prove to you ”transitioning” is a dangerous fad to avoid – and protect children from!

I also strongly encourage you to register for the Ministry Training Network’s upcoming conference that we are a part of on October 29-30: “The Bible, Gender, and Sexuality.”  This is a first in Rhode Island and you don’t want to miss it! Dr. J Alan Branch, Professor of Christian Ethics at Midwestern Seminary, and Dr. Michelle Cretella, Executive Director of The American College of Pediatricians, are our plenary speakers. You will also find the workshops extremely spiritual and practical. I will be teaching one entitled, “This is Not the Sex-ed Your Mother and Father Got When They Were in School!”  Register early for a great discount.

For Faith & Family in RI,

Dave Aucoin
Chairman, Board of Directors – Rhode Island


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