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AFA of Pennsylvania Radio Broadcast Interviews CAL Executive Director about HB 2

Christian Action League
April 15, 2016

AFAPENNSYLVANIA – Dr. Mark Creech, executive director of the Christian Action League, was interviewed by American Family Focus on Pennsylvania Issues, Thursday. The radio broadcast is a division of The American Family Association of Pennsylvania.

AFA of Pennsylvania declares that its purpose is (1) to make a difference in their community by standing up for Judeo-Christian values, (2) to encourage the faith community to break the silence on controversial issues and be a voice for pro-family issues, (3) to provide leadership in defending the biblical ethic of decency, (4) to educate the public on the negative effects of pornography and violence in the media, (5) to encourage, promote and defend families, (6) to protect children from those who seek to commercialize or propagandize them.

Diane Gramley, the President of AFA of Pennsylvania, conducted the interview. She has served as the organizations’ state director since May of 2003. In December of 2015, Abiding Trust Ministries of Springfield, Massachusetts, named Diane as one one of the Top Ten Pro-Family Heroes of 2015 for her “steady, persistent and unflappable defense of family values.”

Unfortunately, there were some technical difficulties on the day of the recording. The audio for the introduction and outro is louder than the program. You may have to turn the volume up in order to hear the interview.

You can access the interview by clicking here.