Welcome to the Commonwealth Policy Foundation

The Commonwealth Policy Foundation (CPF) is dedicated to preserving the bedrock values of life, marriage, religious freedom and fiscal responsibility in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It affirms as stated in the Kentucky Constitution that our civil, political and religious liberties come from God. To that end, it seeks to educate the general public on critical issues of the day, protect our freedoms, and work for policies that grow the Commonwealth. CPF is a 501c(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization.

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06-18-19 Kingdom of God part II
Posted June 18, 2019

06-11-19 Kingdom of God
Posted June 11, 2019

5-29-19 Navigating Church and Culture
Posted May 29, 2019

5-22-19 Regular People Can Run for Office
Posted May 22, 2019

4-30-19 Sexual Abuse in the Church
Posted April 30, 2019

4-23-19 Equality Act
Posted April 23, 2019

4-16-19 Overcoming Evangelical Gnosticism
Posted April 16, 2019

4-9-19 Evangelical Gnosticism
Posted April 9, 2019

4-2-19 Challenges Facing the Church
Posted April 2, 2019

3-26-19 Free Speech
Posted March 26, 2019

3-19-19 Complementarianism Segment
Posted March 19, 2019

3-12-19 Spiritual Warfare Segment
Posted March 12, 2019

3-5-19 Pro-Life Issues
Posted March 5, 2019

2-26-19 Abortion Pill Reversal
Posted February 26, 2019

2-19-19 Education Choice
Posted February 19, 2019

2-13-19 Grief, Hope and Your Testimony
Posted February 13, 2019

2-6-19 Forgiveness for Public Officials?
Posted February 6, 2019

1-29-19 Adoption/Foster Care Initiative
Posted January 29, 2019

1-22-19 Pro-life Trends in Kentucky
Posted January 22, 2019

1-15-19 Addictions
Posted January 15, 2019

1-8-19 Gender X Segment
Posted January 8, 2019

2018 A Year in Review
Posted January 1, 2019

Who is Jesus?
Posted December 24, 2018

The Meaning of Christmas
Posted December 18, 2018

Somerset SOGI
Posted December 12, 2018

Church and Culture
Posted December 4, 2018

Contending for Truth in a Post-Truth Culture
Posted November 27, 2018

Abortion Ban
Posted November 19, 2018

Processing Public Tragedy
Posted November 13, 2018

America Coming Apart
Posted November 7, 2018

Processing Troubling News
Posted October 31, 2018

The Church's Role in Society
Posted October 23, 2018

Special Election Edition
Posted October 15, 2018

Controversial Census Questions
Posted October 9, 2018

Principles of Justice
Posted October 2, 2018

Marsy's Law with Whitney Westerfield
Posted September 25, 2018

Alpha Alternative
Posted September 19, 2018

Posted September 11, 2018

In God We Trust
Posted September 4, 2018

Responding to the Alt Right
Posted August 27, 2018

Fairness Ordinances
Posted August 20, 2018

The Rise of Transgenderism
Posted August 7, 2018

Posted August 1, 2018

Interview with Wayne Lewis
Posted July 30, 2018

Immigration Policy
Posted July 23, 2018

Supreme Court Nomination
Posted July 16, 2018

The Importance of Life
Posted July 11, 2018

The Importance of Marriage
Posted July 4, 2018

The Importance of Religious Liberty
Posted June 27, 2018

Examining the Most Important Pillars of Society
Posted June 20, 2018

Teenagers are Impacting Kentucky for Good
Posted June 13, 2018

The Supreme Court Protects Religious Liberty
Posted June 6, 2018

All About Freedom
Posted May 30, 2018

A Conversation with Lt. Gov. Jenean Hampton
Posted May 23, 2018

Understanding Gender Identity with Dr. Glenn Stanton
Posted May 16, 2018

Kentucky's Upcoming Primary Election
Posted May 9, 2018

What are Public Charter Schools?
Posted April 25, 2018

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Sexual Abuse in the Church
June 17, 2019 by Staff
One out of every six boys and one out of every four girls will be sexually abused before they turn 18 years old. That's according to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center. It's a tragic statistic. What is more troubling is the prevalence of sexual abuse in the church. An independent investigation of Tates Creek Presbyterian Church in Lexington found that they could have preven...
Is The View That Important?
June 14, 2019 by Staff
An article in the New York Times stated; How 'The View' Became the Most Important Political TV Show in America. Now, if you're not familiar with The View, it consists of liberal women commenting on current events and politics. The show isn't known for deep intellectual discussion or profound insights. Rather, it's emotionally driven entertainment, filled with gotcha's...
Extreme Abortion Rhetoric
June 13, 2019 by Staff
A wave of pro-life laws continues to sweep the nation. And the wave has caused alarm with abortion defenders. Most recently, United Nations deputy high commissioner for human rights, Kate Gilmore sharply condemned the laws as "hateful" and "anti-women." Gilmore said, “We have not called it out in the same way we have other forms of extremist hate, but this is gender...

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