Contact: Janet (Folger) Porter, Faith2Action, firstname.lastname@example.org
MEDIA ADVISORY, April 14 /Christian Newswire/ -- In a brand new website launched today, Faith2Action is serving the pro-family movement like never before with links to more than 700 pro-family national and state organizations.
"This is not only a site to connect to those on the front lines," said Janet (Folger) Porter, founder of Faith2Action, "but it is also a place to meet together and take our nation back."
"We are making available the latest technology for pro-family leaders to meet, pray, and strategize together in new ways including secure video conferencing and open web forums all in one place: www.f2a.org." said Porter. "It's the way to get informed, connected, and activated without ever having to leave your zip code."
Complete with portable alert buttons to sound the alarm on key issues that affect life, liberty, and the family, Faith2Action is providing the tools for the pro-family movement to work together more effectively. The alarms blink red, orange, or yellow, depending upon the threat level; or green indicating areas where the pro-family movement is taking back ground.
A "Coast2Coast" section is being finalized to quickly find out what's happening in each state, along with the major groups who are taking the lead. Also featured is an "International" section featuring allied groups from around the globe.
"We've made the articles on news and events much easier to find, print, and e-mail to others," said Ross Conley, Faith2Action's Communications Director. "We have also organized the national groups into 20 -- easy to find -- categories to see who's on the front lines on the issues you most care about," added Conley.
You can also see (and share) the latest videos, share ideas, post items on the pro-family bulletin board, or answer the poll about the "How to Take Back America Conference" in St. Louis in September.
The new website can be found in the same location: www.F2A.ORG. Be sure to check back for new features including a "24-7 Prayer Room" that's being designed to pave the way for the victories ahead. Porter's article about the new direction of the pro-family movement is in today's WorldNetDaily. Interviews can be arranged at: email@example.com.