World Congress of Families 2009

  • Rick Scarborough
  • Jun 23, 2009

The world's largest international conference of pro-family leaders and grass-roots activists will be held on August 10-12 at the famous RAI Centre in Amsterdam. World Congress of Families was founded in 1995 by Dr. Allan C. Carlson. There have been four congresses held so far: Prague (1997), Geneva (1999), Mexico City (2004) and Warsaw (2007), which included over 3,600 pro-family scholars, legislators, leaders and activists from 62 nations.

World Congress of Families V will include the following keynote addresses:

  • The Family as the Fundamental Unit of Society
  • The Value of Marriage As The Basis of Family Life
  • The Family as The Foundation of Social and Economic Development
  • The Future Depends on Human Life
  • Effects of Government Policymaking on the Family
  • The Influence of International Law on the Family

There will also be panel discussions on the following:

  • The Role of The Family in Overcoming Addiction (Drugs and Pornography) Demography and Declining Birthrates Worldwide
  • Sexuality: Faith, Family and Freedom of Speech
  • Human Trafficking
  • How Biotechnology Affects The Family (Abortion, Euthanasia and Embryonic Stem-Cell Research)
  • The Family And The Future of Nations

There will be reports from "The World Congress of Families Dialogue of Civilizations," held in Abuja, Nigeria on June 4-7 and on WCF Interparliamentary Meeting held on May 15 in Latvia.

To register, please visit or call 815-964-5819 or 800-461-3113 within the United States. The cost is $249 for individuals, $399 for married couples and $159 for students/youth.

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I remain...Your servant and friend,

Pastor Rick Scarborough

Fear the Lord and judge with integrity, for the Lord our God does not tolerate perverted justice, partiality, or the taking of bribes.   2 Chronicles 19:7

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