Do you think defending Biblical and family values in South Carolina is important? If so, help the only organization that solely focuses on the faith and family issues in the Palmetto State.
You already know about Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse, but Palmetto Family’s new President, Joshua Putnam, would like to share with you several new and exciting events coming in 2019.
New Palmetto Family President, Joshua Putnam, introduces himself to the Nehemiah Network and shares his exciting new vision for the Network.
After spending the last seven years in the South Carolina House of Representatives, Joshua Putnam will serve as Palmetto Family’s new President.
The fact that Katie Arrington survived a fatal car wreck despite serious injuries could be described as lucky. But what many call luck, she calls interventions by God.
In the final weeks of the 2018 South Carolina Legislative Session, the topic of abortion gripped the General Assembly. Some amazing pro-life speeches were given by South Carolina legislators during that time. Here are just a few.
Faith Conversations is a Palmetto Family Council podcast featuring conversations with everlasting value. Here’s a preview of what to expect in Faith Conversations.
Can South Carolina hold its liquor? A new Palmetto Family Council report says no. The report details South Carolina’s alcohol problems and the causes of the troubling issue – bad alcohol policies and increased access.
Dozens of pastors from Palmetto Family Council’s Nehemiah Network flooded the South Carolina Statehouse to met and pray with their legislators. Here are the sights and sounds from Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse 2018.
Former South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint address dozens of Palmetto Family Council’s Nehemiah Network pastors during Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse 2018.
The pastors of the Nehemiah Network met and prayed with their state legislators during Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse 2018. Rep. Lin Bennett discusses with Briley Hughes of Palmetto Family Council about how the event encouraged South Carolina legislators.
Senator Jim DeMint talks the Conservative Partnership Institute, religious freedom in South Carolina and Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse 2018.
Should students have the right to speak their mind freely on their college campus? Rep. Garry Smith discusses a bill to protect free speech on South Carolina campuses with Travis Barham of Alliance Defending Freedom and Shelby Emmett of the American Legislative Exchange Council.
Katie Leigh, the voice behind Connie Kendall from Adventures in Odyssey, traveled to South Carolina to share her testimony. Palmetto Family Council sits down with Katie to discuss her involvement on the show.
Thousands of students, parents, teachers and legislators from all over South Carolina rallied for #SchoolChoice at the My SC Education Rally 2018.
This just in. Palmetto Family did something in 2017 no other organization can say: we fought for South Carolina family values on every front…every day.
What exactly happened during oral arguments in the case that will impact your religious freedom? Find out from Sarah Jackson – one of the few in the courtroom.
Meet the Ramsey family. Nathan and Alison adopted two children, and they couldn’t be happier. They’ve given Luke and Lydia a loving family to grow up in.
Tradition is a major part of Thanksgiving, but don’t be afraid to spice things up a bit. A Turducken is the perfect way to surprise your family this Thanksgiving season!
An epidemic. A national crisis. A raging disease. The chains of addiction are real, and faith-based recovery is the answer. Elevate Columbia and Reconciliation Ministries serves South Carolinians in the midlands with their addiction struggles.
Palmetto Family’s pastor coalition, the Nehemiah Network, traveled to the Governor’s mansion to meet and pray with South Carolina’s Governor, Henry McMaster. Check out the highlights.
Twice a year, Pro-Lifers coordinate all over the globe to pray for and help those seeking an abortion. The campaign is called 40 Days for Life. A Moment for Hope is heading up the effort in Columbia, and they need help right now.
The Conley’s have great reasons to be thankful for their kids – three of their children were micro-preemies. Each of their children miraculously survived and now live full and happy lives because their parents chose life.
Brooke Mosteller-Burris grew up in South Carolina, was Miss South Carolina 2013 and graduated law school at USC. But she never would have guessed that human trafficking was alive and well in her home state.
So you think your religious freedom is safe simply because you live in South Carolina? Think again. Attacks on religious freedom in the United States have doubled since 2011. The Palmetto State is no exception.
Lanie George was a victim of human trafficking and exploitation, but now she helps those who are still struggling to escape. As the founder of Redeeming Joy, Lanie is on the front lines battling the very real problem of human sex trafficking.
Where can those in Columbia turn for help during an unplanned or planned pregnancy? Daybreak Ministries provides help and hope when it’s needed most.
Every Christian should have a pro-life journey. Dr. Robert Jackson discusses how his experiences in the medical profession led him to be indisputably pro-life. His new book will make you cry, laugh and cherish life.
Meet the South Carolina Christian Chamber of Commerce. There are thousands of Christian businesses in the Palmetto State, and the South Carolina Christian Chamber seeks to unite them to move our state forward.
Christian students have religious freedom rights. Don’t let your student face unnecessary challenges to their faith. Learn about their rights here!
Congressman Ralph Norman sits down with Palmetto Family to discuss the current state of religious liberty and how his Christian faith directs his actions on Capitol Hill.
Ashton Wine, the Director of Men’s Ministries at Daybreak Ministries, explains why fatherhood is important for a family to succeed.
Crisis pregnancy centers give those facing an unexpected pregnancy options and hope. Meet Alexia Newman and the Carolina Pregnancy Center in Spartanburg, SC.
Yes, gambling is wrong for South Carolina. So many reasons exist why. Watch this video to get a brief explanation!
Most of the Palmetto Family staff has traveled to Colorado Springs to attend the annual Family Policy Alliance Conference. We’re learning how we can better serve South Carolina and can’t wait to get back to work next week!
South Carolina is a nice place to live, right? Warm weather, beautiful landscape, friendly people. So why does South Carolina need Palmetto Family to make it a great place to live and raise a family…watch to find out!
The Nehemiah Network has already changed South Carolina for the better, but much work still remains. Watch this video to learn how the Nehemiah Network is banding Christian leaders together to strengthen our Judeo-Christian values!
Leon Lott of the Richland County Sheriff’s Department weighs in on the state of human trafficking in South Carolina.
Christian attorney, Elizabeth Wright from Greenville, SC, sits down with us to discuss the impact of the SC Supreme Court’s decision to reject ABA Model Rule 8.4(g).
Dr. Oran Smith discusses a bill that would end dismemberment abortions in South Carolina with Lisa Van Riper, President of South Carolina Citizens for Life.
Yesterday, the South Carolina House of Representatives voted 89-17 to end dismemberment abortions in the Palmetto State. Thank you to everyone who called, emailed and met with their legislators and asked them to defend life in South Carolina.
The South Carolina House of Representatives will vote on a bill banning dismemberment abortions this week. Will you help protect life in the Palmetto State?
Yes, sexual slavery is an issue in South Carolina. Legislation is currently moving through the statehouse, so stay tuned to Palmetto Family for the latest.
The first-ever Nehemiah Network Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse was an amazing success. Wasn’t able to join us? Get all the highlights here.
South Carolina Senator Shane Massey speaks to over 100 pastors of the Nehemiah Network at the first-ever Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse on February 14, 2017.
South Carolina Lt. Governor Kevin Bryant prays with over 100 pastors of the Nehemiah Network at the first-ever Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse on February 14, 2017.
South Carolina Representative Samuel Rivers speaks to over 100 pastors of the Nehemiah Network at the first-ever Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse on February 14, 2017.
South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster speaks to over 100 pastors of the Nehemiah Network at the first-ever Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse on February 14, 2017.
South Carolina Senator Larry Grooms speaks to over 100 pastors of the Nehemiah Network at the first-ever Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse on February 14, 2017.
Chad Connelly speaks to over 100 pastors of the Nehemiah Network at the first-ever Pastor’s Day at the Statehouse on February 14, 2017.
Here at Palmetto Family, we’ve had a great year. We need your help to make 2017 even better for our state.
Palmetto Family is the strongest South Carolina advocate for your family and values. We’d appreciate your support today.
Erik Corcoran had the privilege to visit Bob Vander Plaats and The Family Leader to discuss how we can continue the work of Christ in South Carolina and Iowa. Check out their conversation!
Pastor Mark Burns speaks for Donald Trump at Palmetto Family’s Faith and Family Forum at Bob Jones University on February 12th, 2016.
Senator Marco Rubio speaks at Palmetto Family’s Faith and Family Forum at Bob Jones University on February 12th, 2016.
Senator Ted Cruz speaks at Palmetto Family’s Faith and Family Forum at Bob Jones University on February 12th, 2016.
Governor Jeb Bush speaks at Palmetto Family’s Faith and Family Forum at Bob Jones University on February 12th, 2016.
Dr. Ben Carson speaks at Palmetto Family’s Faith and Family Forum at Bob Jones University on February 12th, 2016.
Dr. Oran Smith of Palmetto Family Council speaks with Jamison Broggi, a fourth-year political science student from the University of South Carolina about the failure of South Carolina colleges and universities to teach America’s founding documents.
Dr. Oran Smith of Palmetto Family Council explains the problems with National AP History Standards and how we can work together to push back and restore a more balanced view of American History.