Stand for Faith, Family, Freedom is a non-denominational, non-partisan group of volunteers with the purpose of maintaining religious liberty and constitutional rights and strengthening the family, while encouraging unity through respectful dialogue in the Southern Nevada community.
Our goal is to commit citizens in Southern Nevada to maintain freedom of religion, constitutional rights and strength of the family by voting and supporting laws and public policy that will support these goals, while encouraging unity through respectful dialogue.
“For all its flaws, the United States is uniquely equipped to unite a diverse and divided society…
“…Its citizens don’t have to choose between a national identity and multiculturalism. Americans can have both. But the key is constitutional patriotism. We have to remain united by and through the Constitution, regardless of our ideological disagreements.”
Amy Cua and Jed Rubenfeld, “The Threat of Tribalism,” Atlantic, Oct. 18, 2018, 81, theatlantic.com
President Ronald Reagan
James Madison, 4th President of the United States
As I have watched the disturbing events of what I consider unproductive ways of standing for what one believes, I was grateful to be made aware of this developing organization which stands for things I hold dear. I am grateful for its non-partisan and non-denominational focus to bring people together regardless of political party affiliation, race, or religious persuasions to focus on and be educated about the events in our community, nation, and the world that seek to destroy the things I believe make society functional. I am particularly impressed that one of the purposes of the organization is to encourage unity in the community through the respectful sharing of ideas.
Jon Meacham | Author of The Soul of American: The Battle for our Better Angels
Chris and Ted Stewart
From the book entitled, Seven Miracles that Saved America
government of any other.”
love or goodness or joy worth having.”
Civil War General Joshua Chamberlain
the virtue of civic charity. We must seek to understand one another, to treat each other not as
enemies but as friends, and to secure justice for all without demonizing and ostracizing those
with whom we disagree.”