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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Arts & Culture, Civil Rights, Radio, Religion, Religious Radio

Mission: To promote the biblical ethic of decency in american society

Programs: Building and maintenance of a listener supported nationwide christian radio network providing programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Afr offers a program mix of inspirational and traditional christian music and preaching/teaching/talking.

afa continues efforts to end television's exploitation of sex, violence, profanity, and anti-christian bigotry. Methods used include boycotts, action alerts and emails to interested parties, and online petitions.

the afa journal is one of the most widely read monthly publications of its kind with a circulation of 175,000. It contains information on current issues and suggestions including contact information for public policy makers or corporate entities involved. American family news provides news from around the world from a christian viewpoint. Afa news provides audio news reports for use by the american family radio network and print articles for distribution through onenewsnow. Com online.

afa's internet operations assist with notifying interested parties and supporters regarding current events of interest. Suggested possible courses of action are offered through action alerts and websites including afa. Net, afr. Net, onemillionmoms. Com, onemilliondads. Com and onemillionyouth. Com. The american family association foundation assists supporters with managing investments on a long term basis.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


Rating: 5

I love the AFA, clearly they stand for truth and the love of Jesus in and age where that isn't always accepted. Praise God for the AFA and the ppl who work there


Rating: 2

Unlike the other reviewers who gave this organization a negative rating, I greatly respect the AFA's mission. I have contributed to the AFA many times in the past, and often participate in their "Action Alerts."

So, what's my beef with them? They are terrible with customer relations, and sometimes inconsistent in their views. In the past, I wrote them a couple of letters (which asked for a response), but they never responded. Eventually, I told them point-blank in a letter that I was a contributor who wasn't receiving any responses from them, and that if they didn't respond to my final letter, I would stop contributing. Guess what—no response. So, I never contributed to them again, even though I believe in their mission. Don't ever try to e-mail them either, because you'll rarely get a response.

I was also stunned when Don Wildmon endorsed Newt Gingrich for President in 2012. Gingrich is a serial adulterer, and according to the Bible, his current marriage is not a real one but an adulterous one. His stance on pro-life issues has been questionable in certain ways as well. For Wildmon to endorse Gingrich was shocking and outrageous.

In a nutshell, the AFA does a lot of good things, but I would recommend never trying to contact them for anything and never contributing to them, because they seem to be terrible stewards of what God has given them. I forgive them, but I refuse to deal with them anymore, because it feels kind of like casting pearls before swine. There are many other responsible Christian organizations out there who are far more deserving of your contributions.

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Rating: 1

Clearly a hate group NOT promoting Jesus' teachings of acceptance and compassion but creating fear, division and exclusivity. The fact that they stopped over 200 schools from participating in a anti-bully campaign is beyond any type of Christian I know or respect. If they can influence schools with their religious rhetoric then their tax exempt status should not exist.