We are excited to debut our new presentation “We’re Here…For Such a Time as This!”
At Wisconsin Family Action and Wisconsin Family Council we believe that “We’re Here…For Such a Time as This!” We are alive and here right now by God’s design, not by coincidence or accident. We have an opportunity, just as Queen Esther did, to shape the future of our communities, state and nation. What will we do with the opportunities we have? What can we do to help ensure that freedom in America will not perish from the earth?
Supper is included! There is no charge for the event or the food—however, we will take a freewill offering at the end of the evening.
Special guest: Lorri Pickens, Exec. Director Wisconsin Citizens Against Expanded Gambling
Tuesday, AUGUST 25, 2020
Appleton, WI (Pizza Ranch)
Thursday, AUGUST 27, 2020
Wausau, WI (CitySquare Center)
Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 1, 2020 Verona, WI (Pizza Ranch)
Thursday, SEPTEMBER 10, 2020 Oconomowoc, WI (Schwefel’s)
March 13, 2020 – Madison, WI – Wisconsin Family Council and DaySpring Church in Pewaukee are hosting a Candidate Forum this Monday, March 16th at 7 pm. Candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice have been invited to share their views on the role of the court, the upcoming election and their qualifications. Due to precautions stemming from the Coronavirus and in consideration of the Governor’s request that there be no events with over 250 people gathered, this event is being closed to the public.
However, the forum will be held.
VCY America as the media host will be providing live coverage starting at 7 p.m. Monday on VCY America Radio. Live streaming will be featured on Wisconsin Family Action’s Facebook page, and the forum is being videotaped for airing on WVCY Television, TV30, Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Julaine Appling, president of Wisconsin Family Council will moderate the event and will be joined by panelists Pastor Daniel Reehoff of DaySpring Church and Jim Schneider, executive director of VCY America.
Media outlets wishing to cover the forum should contact Wisconsin Family Council by phone (608-334-6435) or by email (email@example.com) no later than noon on Monday, March 16.
Wisconsin voters are encouraged to view the forum online or via radio, starting at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 16, 2020.
Monday, March 16, from 7-8:30 p.m., Wisconsin Family Council (WFC) and DaySpring Church will be hosting, for the first time ever, the Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Forum at DaySpring Church in Pewaukee. Our media host for this event will be VCY America. WFC president Julaine Appling will be the moderator and a panelist, along with Pastor Daniel Reehoff of DaySpring Church and Jim Schneider, Executive Director of VCY America.
This Candidate Forum is the perfect opportunity for you to hear the candidates’ views on the role of the court, the upcoming election, and their qualifications. The Candidate Forum is free and open to the public.
Find all the information you need to know about our Candidate Forum on our brand new Vote Right Wisconsin website by clicking HERE!
Mark your calendar and plan to fill your vehicle with friends, family and neighbors. Get the word out now and plan to arrive early as we expect a full house for this event! Light refreshments will be available before the Forum.
Julaine K. Appling, President of Wisconsin Family Action
With Live Music by “The Mustard Seeds”
Topic: “Defining & Defending the Pillars of Freedom & Prosperity”
Julaine will discuss the current state of our nation and our state when it comes to liberty. She is well-known in the halls of state government for her effectiveness in making things happen. She was a leader in defunding Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, preserving natural marriage and has been a strong voice in Madison for traditional values and freedom. Both in government and the culture, Julaine defends the Judeo-Christian values and the constitution that our country was built upon.
All are invited
There will be an open Q&A session.
This event is co-sponsored by Citizens Against Expanded Gambling
For more information call Seth Cowan at 920-968-5335
Today is the 66th Annual National Day of Prayer (NDOP). Governor Walker has signed a proclamation declaring May 4 as Wisconsin’s Annual Day of Prayer, and there are many events taking place across the state of Wisconsin as well as the nation.
In keeping with our long national history of presidents declaring national days of prayer and fasting, National Day of Prayer (first Thursday in May) is a congressionally declared observance since it was formally recognized in 1952. The National Day of Prayer Task Force is not a government organization. It is a private, not-for-profit entity dedicated to encouraging citizens, churches and communities to recognize and commemorate the day around the country.
The annual NDOP Madison State Capitol event will take place today from noon to 1 p.m. Join us as we pray for government, church, military, family, education, media, and business on the King Street Entrance to the state capitol. Wisconsin Family Action president, Julaine Appling, will be participating in the program, which is coordinated by the State NDP Director Joleen Helbig. In case of inclement weather, the noon event will be held in Room 413 North GAR in the capitol.)
Additionally, the Capitol Prayer Room (North 413 GAR, if in use North Hearing Room, 2nd Floor) will also be available starting at 8 a.m. with a time of worship. Prayer begins at 9 a.m. and continues throughout the day (except during the noon event) led by area churches and prayer ministries.
Wisconsin Family Council encourages churches to be open today (all day or specific hours), inviting people to stop in and pray as their schedules permit. We also urge families to set aside time today to pray together for America, Wisconsin, our communities, our churches and our families.
Wisconsin Family Council/Wisconsin Family Action’s biennial “Day at the Capitol” is Thursday, March 23, 2017. You’ll hear from key legislators, get legislative and organizational updates, visit your legislators in their capitol offices— and much, much more! Space is limited!
CLICK HERE to learn more about the event and register today!
Have WE got a great IDEA for YOU! We are trying to create ONE LOUD VOICE on FRIDAY, September 19, at NOON. Everyone that has a FACEBOOK, TWITTER OR TUMBLER account can do this, and it’s super easy. We will all be putting the same message out on our media ““The privacy and safety of our kids is more important than any social experiment.” The best part is….it only takes a minute to participate and you’ll be a part of the voice that launches out across the nation – same day, same time, all media!
“We are moms, daughters, students, athletes, survivors and businesswomen who believe our voices matter.
There’s a growing trend among our nation’s politicians to allow men to enter women’s spaces — public bathrooms, showers, locker rooms. As if this weren’t absurd enough, none of these politicians seems interested in talking with us — the women who will be most impacted by these rules—to learn how we feel about it.
We are standing together to share our stories with you. Together we say, Ask Me First. We’ll tell you why these efforts are anti-woman, how they directly harm each of us, and why politicians should never consider bringing them forward.”
What’s going on in Wisconsin and how can you get involved?
Our sister organization, Wisconsin Family Council, invites you to hear WFC president Julaine Appling provide political involvement training for individuals and policy guidance for Pastors and their churches. Come join us for a great supper and a great challenge.
UPCOMING DATES AND LOCATIONS:
Fond du Lac 9/22 5:45 to 8 p.m. MORE INFORMATION HERE
**SPECIAL NOTE FOR FOND DU LAC EVENT! Wisconsin Family Council is teaming up with American Majority at this event to provide political involvement training for individuals and policy guidance for Pastors and their churches. Come join us for a great supper and a great challenge.
Eau Claire 10/11 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. MORE INFORMATION HERE (information coming)
Waupun 10/27/16 6:00 to 8 p.m. MORE INFORMATION HERE
We especially extend a special invitation to PASTORS AND CLERGY.
Enjoy a complimentary full hot breakfast and go home full and fired up!
WFC president Julaine Appling and Pastor Rafael Cruz, father of presidential candidate Ted Cruz, will be talking about the importance of our civic duty to vote, the strength in unity of the faithful,
and why we must encourage others to take part in the elections.
Former Packer-great Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (KGB, above) will also be joining us and speaking!
Complimentary breakfast. Free will offering will be taken.
12 noon – 12:30 p.m. – Rally outside at King Street Entrance to State Capitol. Pro-life leaders and authors of AB 305/SB 260, AB 310/SB 237, and AB 311/SB 238, as available, will speak. (Due to the very cold temperatures, we will keep the outdoor rally to a strict 30 minutes. We will be handing out FREE HAND WARMERS to all attendees! Dress warmly!)
12:30 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. – Visit legislative offices urging legislators to put the bills on the floor.
Join us and learn what the Casino Industry doesn’t want you to know, and what we can do to save Your community!
Proponents of off-reservation casinos paint gambling expansion as win-win for local communities- promising jobs, millions of dollars in economic development and reinvestment, and a never-ending source of revenue for local governments. But as so many communities have discovered the hard way, the honeymoon is often short lived, if it happens at all.
In Wisconsin, there are two such proposals pending before the Bureau of Indian Affairs for approval: Beloit and Shullsburg. And the proponents of these casinos have many people believing that they will save our communities from economic despair and be a local source of wholesome entertainment.
Wisconsin Family Action is co-hosting two informational events with Citizens Against Expanded Gambling in Shullsburg and Beloit next week to help citizens band together and stop these casinos.
Tuesday, October 6th, 2015
6:00 – 7:30 pm
Schullsburg Community Townsend Center
190 N. Judgement Street, Shullsburg, WI
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys who have been on the front lines of defending religious freedom especially in the aftermath of the recent Supreme Court decision on marriage, will do a live and interactive webinar presentation with ample time for questions.
Mt. Olive Lutheran Church in Weston (just outside Wausau) will host the noon event. Call 888-378-7395 for more information and to register.
In honor of our biennial “Day at the Capitol, ” Wisconsin Family Council/Wisconsin Family Action will be giving away one iPad Mini in our “VOTE FOR ME!” video contest. Wisconsin Family Council stands strong in the state of Wisconsin to strengthen and preserve marriage, family, life and liberty. We encourage the youth of our state to reflect on how they can make a difference!
HERE ARE THE RULES:
You must be between the ages of 13 and 18 to enter.
Create and submit a video in which you develop a short campaign commercial for a state-level office you’d like to run for.
The commercial must include at LEASTone of these four issues:
The video must be no longer than 2 minutes.
The video may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org., SUBJECT LINE: “Video Contest” OR burned to a DVD or thumb drive and mailed to:
Wisconsin Family Action
c/o Youth Video Contest
P.O. Box 1327, Madison, WI 53701-1327
DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2015. NO LATE SUBMISSIONS will be considered.
Decision of the judges is final.
The winner will be announced at our “Day at the Capitol” event on March 19, 2015.
All videos become the property of WFC/WFA.
Parental permission must accompany the submitted entry. Please download and complete form by clicking VOTE FOR ME.
For your own protection: In your video submission, DO NOT specifically identify yourself or where you live. (For example, use something like, “I’m Jim from Cedarburg.”)
YOU MUST BE PRESENT at the “Day at the Capitol” to win the iPad Mini.
We look forward to seeing and hearing you share what motivates, challenges, and is meaningful to you and why we should vote for you!
WHEN: Saturday, January 24, 2015 WHERE: The Farm Kitchen, 5718 Highway 123, Baraboo, 53913 TIME: Social hour begins at 6:00 PM, Prime Rib Buffet Dinner starts at 7:00 PM. HOST: Sauk County Republican Party
TOPIC: Parental Rights
FOR MORE INFORMATION, OR TO BUY TICKETS – CLICK HERE