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Biblical Family Advocates Goes to Europe

Contact: Phil Magnan, executive director of Biblical Family Advocates, BFA, 619-933-1839

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 27 /Christian Newswire/ -- Biblical Family Advocates, an organization dedicated to challenging churches and the community around the world with Biblical morality plans to be in Europe for many years. They have been based in San Diego speaking in churches and at community events, along with radio and TV interviews, but have felt the call to other lands.  Phil and Diane Magnan plan to leave next month, October of 2006.

“We have gone to Hungary several times and have been greeted with more requests to speak on the important matters of abortion, homosexuality and embryonic stem cell research. We are very glad that we can from Budapest Hungary visit many other European countries that also need to be given information that encourage families and churches to support the growth of godly families.” So says Phil Magnan, director and President of Biblical Family Advocates.

Joined by his wife Diane, they intend to network with area churches in Hungary with the hope that many churches will catch the vision for Biblical families and morality.

They also intend to support the growth of pro life pregnancy care centers in Hungary, whose abortion rate is very high. According to that countries government statistics, nearly 60% of all pregnancies in Hungary end in abortion. “We have been very encouraged by the pioneering work of Ed and Susan Bergs of Shout for Life who for many years has operated the only pregnancy care center in Hungary. Over that time they have not only saved many babies from abortion, but have been a part of bringing others to Christ.” Says Magnan.

Magnan continued “One of the great keys to success in Hungary has been those churches who have supported and encouraged our work, like Calvary Chapel Budapest. Those vital connections are vital to the continued strength of what we see as a growing movement in Hungary and Europe. That movement is made up of Christian family advocates who understand that the survival of Europe rests on whether there is a return to Christianity and its foundational roots of morality.”