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141 minutes | 2 months ago
2021 03 17 – Re-play of FAN-PAC Legal Symposium
https://youtu.be/kkcb9_ifbwM On March 5th, 2021 FAN-PAC of New Jersey (www.fanpacnj.org/donate) held a legal symposium followed by a question and answer session with Attorney Steven M. Resnick, Esq., a partner at Ziegler, Resnick & Epstein. He is a matrimonial and family lawyer and one of New Jersey’s trailblazing practitioners in custody matters and the area of parental alienation. A highly skilled litigator, Mr. Resnick handles all aspects of matrimonial and family law relating to divorce, equitable distribution, palimony, annulment, high net worth, pre-nuptial and post-nuptial agreements, business valuations, real estate, domestic violence, custody and visitation, paternity, estate/will contests, judgment/agreement modification, appeals, N.J. Supreme Court maters, trial, and case second opinions, among others. Mr. Resnick has also served as co-counsel for numerous out-of-state matters. Mr. Resnick recently broke new legal ground in New Jersey on the subject of parental alienation and has argued before the Appellate Division of New Jersey and New Jersey Supreme Court on many other matrimonial and family law issues, as well. Below are the questions from the Q&A period. If you have a question about this event please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are interested in learning more about FAN PAC or supporting their efforts please use the following links. https://www.fanpacnj.org/donate https://www.fanpacnj.org/join https://www.fanpacnj.org/volunteer My case and many others in New Jersey would indicate the family court system has failed to meet its obligation as noted in 9:2-4, ‘The Legislature finds and declares that it is in the public policy of this State to assure minor children of frequent and continuing contact with both parents after the parents have separated or dissolved their marriage and that it is in the public interest to encourage parents to share the rights and responsibilities of child rearing’ In your opinion, is the family court functioning as it should in high conflict custody cases? If so please discuss how? If not, what does the system need to meet this objective? It cost me $230k in legal fees to defend my right and obligation to maintain a relationship and support my children. Once the money ran out so did my lawyer. Is a lawyers job only to vigorously defend me when there is money? What are the professional conflicts a family law attorney must weigh? Is a lawyer an officer of the court first? Then represent their clients interests? Do family court judges have too much discretion? How can I get a court order enforced? I have been trying to for years but, they run me around in an expensive circle. Can you sue the court /judge for PTSD Associated with alienation and numerous years of abuse during trial? “January 1, 2018 my ex and I are divorced (vanilla – almost 50/50 & no mention of abuse). June, 2018 my ex is interviewed. The night prior, I am told by our son; “”Dad, you would lie if it meant more money for your family, right?””My ex received $10k to say “”I abused her and my kids””. I have a liable/slander case against the corporation whom paid her and posted my kids pics on their website.My question: when & if my ex or my kids claim “”abuse””; isn’t that perjury as she is going directly against the court case she file and agreed upon in our divorce/custody case? “ Parties commit perjury. Attorneys conspire with the other side. Judges ignore the law. People injured by this conduct have no remedy, because it’s all “absolutely privileged”. If you even TRY to sue somebody for this stuff, YOU will be sanctioned severely. The predictable result is relentless dishonesty in every single case of which I am aware, which cases number in the dozens. Mr. Resnick, isn’t placing wrongdoers above the law the problem here? “Your bio reads that you “recently broke new legal ground in New Jersey on the subject of parental alienation and has argued before the Appellate Division of New Jersey and New Jersey Supreme Court on many other matrimonial and family law issues, as well.” Does that mean that your ground-breaking parental alienation case(s) were not before the NJ Appellate Division or Supreme Court? Where were they? Or, regardless of what court they were in, what was “ground-breaking” about them? Please give case names and/or citation numbers. “ Have you ever handled any class action-like cases the purpose of which was to correct a wrong or unfairness in the law like Pasqua v. Council, 186 N.J. 127, or Kavadas v. Martinez, MER-L-1004-15, for which you did not have a paying client? Tell us about those cases. Your bio mentions that one of your specialties is cases for “high net worth” individuals. Do you, or any other lawyer that you know of, specialize in handling cases for low net worth people? The topic of this symposium is “Turning Your Case Around.” As we all are aware, divorces and other family court matters are often financially devastating for (at least half of the) litigants. They get to a point where they cannot accept the outcome, can no longer afford to pay lawyers, and have no alternative other than attempt to represent themselves. Often, when this happens, because of inexperience or ignorance, they are out-gunned by opposing counsel and find themselves in an even worse position. There are likely some people participating in this symposium today who are in that situation. As the featured speaker today here in this symposium, how many cases are you, or your firm, prepared to take on a pro bono basis for these individuals? Does it make sense to file a ‘Protection from Abuse’ case instead of a Divorce case? Main objective is to correct the behavior of the spouse to stop alienating children against other parent. Children are 16 and 18 yrs old. Filing a Divorce does not make sense at this stage. How best to correct the behavior of spouse from not alienating the children.? Spouse does not want to participate in any kind of Family based Therapy / Counseling. We are still intact family and trying to avoid Divorce, but like to correct Alienating behaviors of spouse. “If you have been deemed an alienated parent, the judge does not do anything about it and you have essentially been erased from your children’s life, are there rules of law and current NJ case law that penalizes judge’s for violation of your civil rights as an exception t judicial immunity? Is there national case law?” “Can you sue an alienating parent for civil damages based upon loss of affections and loss of minor child from your life? Rules of law and case law?” What can a parent whose alienated child aged out of the family court do to hold the favored parent accountable for in civil and criminal court? When you have already been through a trial and the judge has displayed bias, how does one get a new judge assigned to the case? (internal review done and they found no evidence of bias) It is very clear that the family court judges have great latitude in decision making the appellate division does all they can to uphold. How does on fight back without breaking the bank and getting fair changes made? Explain, what, if any, is case law to use and precedent for showing how it is not in the best interest of a child to have LESS time with a parent than what they already have (short of an abusive situation) How can a client reduce their legal fees? Can the client do some of the “work”? I.e. drafts and research If a person represents themselves and fights diligently to get things changed in their case and brings a large motion to the court but not all issues are addressed by the judge, how can this be resolved? What if yet another motion and letters are submitted to the court and the person asks for the judge to rule on the remaining matters of the motion but the judge still does nothing. What recourse does a person have? (especially if subsequently the court then bans the person from filing motions without court approval) I plan on requesting either a 730 or a 3111 evaluation because my ex is a high-conflict parent who is interfering with my time and bond with our 4-year-old child. She has filed a DV against me and I have a TRO restricting us to supervised visits. She was my abuser for 9 years. I am representing myself and I hope to make it clear what I am requesting to include in the scope of the evaluation. What can you advise, or what resources can I review to determine what I should request. I live in NC and I’ve been alienated from my child for years. Is there a world wide organization for Parental Alienation Awareness? How can I go about creating that? I need more information on getting the word out and what we can do as a nation not just from state to state.” Now that my son is 18 and has aged out of the system, is there anything that can be done? Can I hold anyone accountable for their role? My son’s therapist for example or my attorney or GAL or CPS (child protective services where i was falsely reported)? I was told that I must be a bad parent for my son to reject me. They said just wait a few years and he’ll come back home. Almost 3 years have passed with almost no contact. I don’t understand why the behaviors of the alienator were never addressed. How can this situation be turned around and awareness raised to stop this from happening to the next parent? What do I do when I have a 2 Motions in Entirety (related to enforcement of MSA and Enforcement issues and one Motion over a year old, filed 12/30/19) not ruled upon by the Court and 2 Motions only partially ruled upon? Also, in that same last Order (reflecting 90 percent of issues before the court) I was told that I cannot file any more motions at all without permission suggesting that my motions were frivolous despite the fact it was about Enforcement of MSA and parenting time being upheld and reimbursement for medical expenses per MSA.What would you suggest I do? This Judge came on board in March 2020 and sat on 3 motions and just ruled on 2/16/20 with a Order that is basically neglecting requests for relief and trying to silence me. “Background info: active divorce case for 7 years and trial pending STBX has claimed 0 income and Pendente Lite support for the STBX has covered up her income. Evidence (bank records) of STBX income had been filed to the court since 2018, the court does not change the support order and has refused to report to NJ treasury and IRS. Question: If I want to report the tax evasion myself, should I report to NJ treasury first or IRS first? Will the tax fraud have any impact to the Pendente Lite support order? Could family court give me hard time when it comes to trial since it does not report the tax fraud and I report it?” Is a mental health evaluation always necessary to prove parental alienation? What behaviors/actions does the court need to see evidence of before they will believe parental alienation is present? What types of evidence (e.g. emails, texts, audio, video, etc.) does the court want to see to prove these behaviors/actions? If you believe you benefitted from FAN-PACs Legal Symposium, please consider a donation or volunteering. Thank you. https://www.fanpacnj.org/donate
44 minutes | 2 months ago
2021 03 04 – Weekly Hopecast for Broken Families
March 4th, 2021 – THE SAVING FATHERHOOD – WEEKLY HOPECAST FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT I want to personally invite each and every one of you to a ZOOM event this Friday March 5th at 7pm. FAN-PAC is New Jersey’s Family Advocate Network – A Political Action committee with a mission to advocate for reforms in the family court that protect the interests of children and families in the state of New Jersey. This Friday this online event will feature an attorney Steven M. Resnick, Esq. who among other areas of family law promotes his experience in the area of parental alienation? Submit questions ahead of time – here email@example.com Live question and answer period Register in advance for zoom credentials https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAuce6trTwoHN0oXTfZHOhSSPsx8gaxKq5m?mc_cid=7cfd08dedb&mc_eid=53479cb507 SECOND ANNOUNCEMENT Breakfast with Bacon – airing on AM 1110 WKQASAVING FATHERHOOD WILL BE ON THIS SHOW ON MARCH 26TH Radio Host of Breakfast with Bacon: The Relationship Doctor Fridays from 11:00 until noon on AM1110 WKQA Website: www.drchristinebacon.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/BreakfastWithBacon/ Radio show: www.breakfastwithbacon.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/drchristinebacon Order: “Super Couple” book on Amazon Parler: @DrChristineBacon Twitter: @BreakfastwBacon Instagram: BreakfastwithBacon THIRD ANNOUNCEMENT Clean Law Union Podcast – A NEW PODCAST HOST – JOE GORMLEY https://www.cleanlawunion.com/shows I meet many alienated parents and victims of broken families and they all ask the same question. They say “How long, oh Lord”? But they leave out the Lord part. “How long, oh Lord” is a common question in the psalms and all over scripture – Psalm 13:1, 79:5, 89:46, 94:3, 6:3, 35:17, and there are many more places in scripture lamenting the same desire for rescue from many things. I think the cry from broken families is best described in Psalm 94:3 which says 3 O LORD, how long shall the wicked, how long shall the wicked exult? But who are the wicked? Who are we calling upon the Lord to crush on our behalf? Is it our ex-wife or husband? Is it the person we are still married to who is dragging us through the courts? Is it a judge, an attorney or a psychologist, that we blame for our problems? Is it a politician or a political party that deserves our wrath and by extension, God’s wrath? We may reason that if God were just he would promptly strike down our enemies because of their ongoing, unrepentant sin. The problem with these theories is it ignores what Scripture teaches us about sin, God’s holiness, and how he handles evil. There is no doubt that the alienated parent’s cause is just. When the alienated parent cries out because their child has been taken from them either physically or emotionally it is not a cry that goes unheard by our creator. When scripture asks “How long, oh Lord”? the assumption is never that God doesn’t hear these cries, nor is he ambivalent. The question is when will this sin be punished? When will justice prevail? Do you believe this is true? Do you believe that God is just and he has a plan to destroy evil? Or do you still wonder if this is true? Do you doubt God’s love or his control of the situation? These are the two most important things, and they are often the biggest reasons for doubt. God loves you and he’s in complete control. Don’t worry, he’s got this. But if he’s in control, capable, completely sovereign over all creation, you may ask then, why? Why doesn’t he crush all that is evil right now? Why does he wait? Because of the second premise. He loves you. And you are evil. Christians know this is true, King David who wrote most of the psalms knew this was true. He had no doubt that he was guilty of evil acts, but God loved his repentant heart. He cherished this man who struggled with his sin and called out for forgiveness. God does not crush all evil because he is waiting on those who would repent. His love is patient, and his love is in his timing not ours. He promises that all sin will be justly punished in one of two places in time. Our job is not to tell God how to execute justice but to repent of our own sin and lead others to do the same. As an alienated parent, or a person that has been completely kept from seeing their children you may say, that is not good enough. I need justice now. King David desired Justice as well but he recognized that as a murderer, adulterer and liar he was full of evil and his first calling was to repent of sins and beg forgiveness. In most conflicts there is always sin committed by both parties. Isn’t this why children will try to defend their sinful actions by saying, “but he started it?” Even your small child recognizes that they have done evil, they must defend their actions because they participated in wickedness.” The scriptures teach that God is holy, meaning set apart from all sin and wickedness and he can’t be in the presence of such sinfulness. Being sovereign, meaning in control of all things he will not tolerate being in the presence of such sin and this is the essence of our problem. We were designed to be in God’s presence, and we will always be lacking until we are in his presence again. But in an unrepentant state he would have to crush us. I’m writing this to call you to repentance. This means honestly looking at your conflicts and seeing your own sin in the matter. Do not act like a child and pretend that there is only one sinner in your conflicts. Own what you can own and recognize that in God’s courts it’s not the deceiver that prevails. Humility wins in the eyes of God. Let King David be your example. If you think this is foolishness dig deep into the Psalms and find wisdom. What is wisdom? Proverbs 1:20-22 says, 20 Wisdom cries aloud in the street, in the markets she raises her voice; 21 at the head of the noisy streets she cries out; at the entrance of the city gates she speaks: 22 “How long, O simple ones, will you love being simple? How long will scoffers delight in their scoffing and fools hate knowledge? In these verses the question of “how long” returns to us from God. How long will we reject God’s wisdom? How long will we reject his guidance and direction? If we recognize our own sinfulness we then see that God’s holding back on judgement is a blessing for those who have yet to repent. He knows who will repent and turn from wickedness and he calls us who have repented to shout out his mercies and praise him for them. God makes a great promise in verse 23 23 If you turn at my reproof, behold, I will pour out my spirit to you; I will make my words known to you. If we repent of our sins and follow God’s instructions, we can expect great blessings. We are promised the Holy Spirit. This is no small promise. This is the fulfillment of our deepest desires in life. The Holy Spirit gives us purpose and the power to fulfill that purpose. We have no power on our own, only that which God gives us. When Christians say they have faith, they do not mean faith in themselves or faith that things will go the way they want but faith in the promises of God. Here we see the promise of the Holy Spirit and if we receive it, we will be blessed but if we don’t we will receive what God says in verse 24 and beyond. 24 Because I have called and you refused to listen, have stretched out my hand and no one has heeded, 25 because you have ignored all my counsel and would have none of my reproof, 26 I also will laugh at your calamity; I will mock when terror strikes you, 27 when terror strikes you like a storm and your calamity comes like a whirlwind, when distress and anguish come upon you. 28 Then they will call upon me, but I will not answer; they will seek me diligently but will not find me. I beg you all to repent and follow Jesus. He is not ambivalent to sin. He cares about your suffering and he desires to fill you with everything you need. So, what will Jesus tell you to do in this moment of your life when you are struggling with a pending or past divorce, parental alienation, or something else that is keeping you from your children? What should you do if your support checks are greater than you pay checks? What do you do if your spouse has abandoned you or if you abandoned your spouse? The answer to these and many more questions are in the bible. There is no quick fix or right answer for every situation except that we all need forgiveness and repentance. God’s word does provide answers. When you see your need for forgiveness because of the sin you engaged in you will be ready to forgive the sins of others. Psalm 51 is the prayer King David prayed after he was shown the depth of his sin by a brother seeking to give him nouthetic counsel. 1 Have mercy on me, O God, according to your steadfast love; according to your abundant mercy blot out my transgressions. 2 Wash me thoroughly from my iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin! 3 For I know my transgressions, and my sin is ever before me. 4 Against you, you only, have I sinned and done what is evil in your sight, so that you may be justified in your words and blameless in your judgment. 5 Behold, I was brought forth in iniquity, and in sin did my mother conceive me. 6 Behold, you delight in truth in the inward being, and you teach me wisdom in the secret heart. 7 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean; wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. 8 Let me hear joy and gladness; let the bones that you have broken rejoice. 9 Hide your face from my sins, and blot out all my iniquities. 10 Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me. 11 Cast me not away from your presence, and take not your Holy Spirit from me. 12 Restore to me the joy of your salvation, and uphold me with a willing spirit. 13 Then I will teach transgressors your ways, and sinners will return to you. 14 Deliver me from bloodguiltiness, O God, O God of my salvation, and my tongue will sing aloud of your righteousness. 15 O Lord, open my lips, and my mouth will declare your praise. 16 For you will not delight in sacrifice, or I would give it; you will not be pleased with a burnt offering. 17 The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise. 18 Do good to Zion in your good pleasure; build up the walls of Jerusalem; 19 then will you delight in right sacrifices, in burnt offerings and whole burnt offerings; then bulls will be offered on your altar. The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Ps 51:1–19). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles.
42 minutes | 5 months ago
38 – Preview of the December 4th FAN PAC – Parental Alienation Event.
Tonight your Saving Fatherhood host speaks with Julie “X” attorney at large, a certified mediator and family court reform advocate with mediation experience in the New Jersey family court system. Julie is a member of FAN PAC – Family Advocate Network – Political Action Committee. This is a two part discussion discussing FAN-PAC event on December 4th at 7 PM. Please register on the FAN PAC website – Speaker 1 – DR. LYNN STEINBERG, PH.D. (Parental Alienation)Speaker 2 – DR. JEFF GARDERE, PH.D. – AMERICA’S PSYCHOLOGIST (PTSD – Family Systems)Q&A Session – the majority of the event.https://www.fanpacnj.org/events Benefits of membership in FAN-PAC – Legislative initiatives Show mentions – Dr. Miller and this link was discussed. https://www.savingfatherhood.org/7-minutes-to-understand-parental-alienation/
29 minutes | 9 months ago
37 – PRESUMED GUILTY – An appeal to North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper to save a family from being destroyed.
Presumed Guilty – Episode 37 with Daddy X – A father who can’t give out his name without risking imprisonment. How can he defend himself? SIGN HERE NOW How many of you entered family court presuming you would get a fair trial? How many of you expected that justice was the goal, and that while injustice was something that sometimes happened the system was designed to protect your rights as a parent. For Father X of North Carolina the fragility of “parental rights” came in the form of a protective order. The protective order was issued in a meeting that Father X did not attend. He wasn’t invited to share his side of the story. He wasn’t told what he was guilty of. He was told that he could face jail time if he or anyone on his behalf attempted to contact his wife or children.Why does the state want to prevent reunification of marriages? How can this father attempt to save his family if he can’t legally contact them? Father X can’t even help them get out of a shelter because he can’t contact his children. On this podcast we discuss the details of the protection order, how it keeps this father from revealing his identity and most importantly how it prevents him from protecting his family. WE INVITE YOU TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHANGE.ORG PETITION LINK BELOW. HERE IS THE TEXT OF THE PETITION. SIGN HERE NOW Two homeless children in North Carolina are being kept from their father who wants to provide a home for them. The mother has filed and received a protective order that keeps the father from contacting the mother to offer help or try to save the marriage. The protective order does not accuse the father of any violence against the mother or the children. The father denies any violence against the mother or the children. This protective order was granted in a hearing where the father was not invited or allowed to present evidence in his defense. The father was stripped of his parental rights without any opportunity to plead not-guilty. This father stripped of his parental rights for nothing more than an accusation of verbal abuse. Because the protective order was granted this father can not legally contact his wife or care for his children. The father can’t even reveal his identity because this request could be considered a violation of the protective order. This father loves his wife and the two children they have together and he legally can’t tell them that because of this protective order. The father wants to offer the mother a place to live separate from him while they engage in discussions to improve their relationship and restore the family. The father does not want his children living in a shelter or multiple shelters because it is reported that the mother was asked to leave the first shelter she was in. It is in the best interest of the children for Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina to remove the protective order so this father can tell his wife he loves her. It is in the best interest of children for the father to be able to ask for forgiveness. It is in the best interest of the children to restore this father’s parental rights. Please sign this petition and ask Governor Roy Cooper to intervene, rescind this protective order and give these children back their father!!You can hear the father share his story on the latest podcast episode on SavingFatherhood.org. SIGN HERE TO SAVE TWO HOMELESS CHILDREN PLEASE SHARE!
50 minutes | 9 months ago
36 – Family Law 2.0 with Aaron Wemple
Today’s episode is a conversation wtih Aaron Wemple, founder of Clean Law a new way to navigate family courts.You can purchase Aaron’s book on Amazon – HERE. or directly from the CleanLaw.Today website. About today’s guest Aaron WempleAaron W. Wemple is an author, social entrepreneur at Clean Law, and co-founder of CLU family trial research and support group. As an entrepreneur, Aaron’s venture Clean Law started off with the dream of every child having a family. So, his team went to work developing a safer private network (SPN), which includes a child safety file system, or what’s called Family Law 2.0. And to accomplish the goal of every child having a family, the company donates all proceeds from product licensing Family Law 2.0 to CLU parents who are in desperate need of a right to be represented in classical family law courts when they are indigent, a right to bail policy when accusations are made, and encouragement to bear their own family sustainability crosses. Especially when they’re unwillingly involved in decades of divorce protocols. Clean Law provides a safer experience for families through military deployments, quarantines, divorce, and other life-altering trials. Clean Law is grateful for many achievements, including: Provided free community resources Rewarding family connection-keeping milestones “My Lead Style” smartphone app Seven books on Amazon Numerous TV interviews, speaking engagements, and articles published in other professional publications. Before devoting his life to Christ and their vision of Clean Law, Aaron served as the facility administrator of the Old King’s Orchard Community Center in Decatur, IL, a co-founder of Clean Law Union (CLU) family trial group, and a member of Sheet Metal Workers Union. He teaches the Bible at Water Street Mission homeless shelter and writes grants for Decatur Cares Rescue Missions. Aaron has an education in electrical engineering and psychology, which turned out to be a perfect blend for his product. Now their peer-to-peer team makes clean law & clarity for improved peace of mind and next-generation safety.
66 minutes | a year ago
35 – Custody Denied! – the movie
MARYANN PETRI, author of the new book called, “Dismantling Family Court Corruption.” Subtitle, Why taking the Kids was not enough. SHOW NOTES! False allegations which brought her into this mess. The family court motive was to take away the kids (motive is child support)a. They didn’t want to hear about thatb. Couldn’t work being around kids.c. Can’t work no money. Debtors prison! Heart Attack 5 months later.a. Wouldn’t adjust child support. Canadian Film producer to make a movie about the book! Are Narcissists irredeemable? Female version of Job? Pennsylvania HB 1397 – In favor of 50/50 shared parenting Are you in favor of equal shared parenting? Was the bill written properly in your opinion? Accountability for Judges. LINKS Please visit https://dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com To purchase the book – https://dismantlingfamilycourtcorruption.com/shop or go to Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Dismantling-Family-Court-Corruption-Taking/dp/1648718361/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3NB9L9X7KQD33&dchild=1&keywords=dismantling+family+court+corruption&qid=1589418698&sprefix=Disman%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1 Source book for the proposed movie – Custody Denied!
85 minutes | a year ago
34 Will Tyranny bring Compassion to Family Court Victims?
On the back of my Saving Fatherhood business cards is the verse Genesis 50:20. It’s a great verse for anyone who has suffered and wondered, “has God abandoned me?”. We all need hope, especially when trials are long. We pray for God to lighten our burdens and if we look for comfort everywhere. Sometimes it may be easier to accept the idea that God is punishing us. But that’s not necessarily true. Sure when we sin we may be choosing to inflict suffering upon ourselves but God is merciful and long suffering. He gives us warnings to stay away from sin to help us not to suffer. But as the sovereign Lord of all creation he certainly could step in but sometimes he doesn’t. Reading about the story of Joseph in Genesis 50:20 points us to an instance when God used suffering for good. The verse reads: 20 As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people[a] should be kept alive, as they are today. This is the story of Joseph and the trials he had to go thru were significant. First his brothers tried to kill him but they decided to spare his life when one of the brothers suggested profiting off of Joseph by selling him into slavery. As a slave he was falsely accused of trying to rape his Master’s wife. So off to prison he went. He spent at least 2 years in prison and another 11 years in slavery. But God did rescue him and without ruining the story he became a very powerful man in Egypt. When famine came throughout the region his brothers came to buy food and Joseph was there to meet them, in a position to help them or deny them. Joseph saw God’s hand at work to help his family to survive. That’s when Joseph said what is written in Genesis 50:20 to his brothers. 20 As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people[a] should be kept alive, as they are today. Now it was not easy for Joseph. You need to read the details. He struggled with anger and bitterness, but He knew that God is sovereign and faithful. Now while we don’t always see what God is doing we can trust that he’s doing something. As I look at this current crisis, I see a lot of other people suffering because they lost their rights. I wonder if the tyranny people are experiencing will be used for good. Will this tyranny bring compassion for family court victims? Last Tuesday on April 28th, 2002 I drove north to Trenton, NJ to participate in a rally outside of the Trenton War Memorial Building. The event coincided with Governor Phil Murphy’s address to the state. After that rally and another rally, King Murphy decided to open up some state parks, beaches and golf courses but they he changed his mind and closed some as well. There is also another rally tomorrow Thursday, May 7th1:00 PM – 03:00 PMSee map[May 7, 2020, 137 W State Street, Trenton, NJ 08608 FOR MORE INFO – firstname.lastname@example.org Now my intention was not just to be a protestor although I feel very strongly that we need to open New Jersey immediately. If you are a family court victim fighting for your rights I can’t understand why you would not support freedom unless you are scared, and as a Christian I realize I need to respect your views while I make cogent arguments to persuade you that we can’t love our neighbor by trying to control our neighbors. My intention was to interview other protestors to find out what they know about family courts and to help these people realize that before New Jersey took their Constitutional Rights they practiced on Family Court Victims.I understand that I may lose some of you that are passionate about keeping everyone at home. You may have a legitimate fear that could be out of compassion for a loved one who is high risk. So please don’t hear what I’m not saying. We need to care for those people who are high risk.Regardless, our fears do not allow us to violate the rights of others. Our fears do not allow us to prevent others from exercising their God given rights. Our fears should be for others, and our call should be to sacrifice. So what you are about to hear is a series of interviews recorded during the protest. Saving Fatherhood does not necessarily support the views of the people interviewed. Some of the comments are very colorful and interesting. But we do support their right to be free. These people who have had the boot of the government on the back of their necks are the partners we need to help us change the family court system. Those who suffer have the best ability to be compassionate. Think of how you may have or can help others because of what you’ve gone thru. Maybe God wants to help us in the family court or maybe he wants us who have suffered to have compassion on these people who are suffering devastating loss. Maybe you are the person God put in someones life because God gave you the gift of compassion. 2 Corinthians 1:33 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, 4 who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.
63 minutes | a year ago
33 – LOVE DOMINATES Part 2 of 2
This is part 2 of our podcast started on Episode 32. Our guest again is Tamara Sweeney, President of the nonprofit, 501c3, Love Dominates. If you didn’t listen to that one you should go back and listen to the first but you should be able to jump in here as well. We went into depth with a lot of great topics about the list below. Our Topic is Spiritual Warfare 1. Good vs Evil (Empaths vs Narcs) 2. Parental Alienation 3. Fear, Shame Guilt 4. Covid 19 (how it impacts our community) 5. God wants us to love one another, many cultures, colors, religions, one human race!LOVE DOMINATES Get a LOVE DOMINATES T-Shirt or Bracelet (CLICK HERE OR BELOW) Have you been to LoveDominates.com? Do you have questions you want to ask Tamara? Post your questions at SavingFatherhood.org Facebook Group – follow this link –https://www.facebook.com/groups/1155267604808470/?ref=bookmarksThis podcast is not live but it will be posted before 10PM EST on Wednesday April 22, 2020. You can listen on the web at www.savingfatherhood.org or On Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/saving-fatherhood-podcast/id1294059711 On Google Podcasts – https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9zYXZpbmdmYXRoZXJob29kLm9yZy9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Qv On Stitcher – https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/saving-fatherhood?refid=stpr Tamara was a great guest and the show went long so we broke it into two parts. Part two will be posted in a couple of days.
62 minutes | a year ago
32 – Tamara Sweeney from the nonprofit 501c3, LOVE DOMINATES
Our guest tonight on the Saving Fatherhood Podcast, Tamara Sweeney, President of the nonprofit, 501c3, Love Dominates. Our Topic is Spiritual Warfare 1. Good vs Evil (Empaths vs Narcs) 2. Parental Alienation 3. Fear, Shame Guilt 4. Covid 19 (how it impacts our community) 5. God wants us to love one another, many cultures, colors, religions, one human race!LOVE DOMINATES Get a LOVE DOMINATES T-Shirt or Bracelet (CLICK HERE OR BELOW) Have you been to LoveDominates.com? Do you have questions you want to ask Tamara? Post your questions at SavingFatherhood.org Facebook Group – follow this link –https://www.facebook.com/groups/1155267604808470/?ref=bookmarksThis podcast is not live but it will be posted before 10PM EST on Wednesday April 22, 2020. You can listen on the web at www.savingfatherhood.org or On Apple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/saving-fatherhood-podcast/id1294059711 On Google Podcasts – https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9zYXZpbmdmYXRoZXJob29kLm9yZy9mZWVkL3BvZGNhc3Qv On Stitcher – https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/saving-fatherhood?refid=stpr Tamara was a great guest and the show went long so we broke it into two parts. Part two will be posted in a couple of days.
78 minutes | a year ago
31 – Catching up with Zach Hoffer
You may remember Zach Hoffer from Episode 4. We talked about his daughters on that episode. He was alienated from two and the third was murdered. Zach’s a warrior on the parental alienation and family court scene. In this episode we’ll talk about his unique ability to be able to compare the loss of a child to parental alienation with the loss of a child to death. We don’t start out that deep and I hope you listen all the way to the end because Zach has fantastic news to share towards the end that will encourage all alienated parents. If you’re wondering if he was able to break thru to his alienated daughters, well you’ll just have to listen to find out. He may just have the secret sauce when it comes to breaking the bonds of parental alienation. In fact I know he does. Of course we talk a bit about Corona virus because it’s all the rage. We discuss how there may be more compassion for family court victims who have their Constitutional rights violated since so many people are having their rights violated during this medical crisis. Of course we always want to discuss what God is doing, what he’s calling us to do, how can we or should we respond to his call? Join us now for another episode of Saving Fatherhood. (The picture above is of Zach in the Senate shuttle that runs between the Senate and the House of Representatives underground. We were lucky to grab that shuttle on our way to meet Senator Melendez’ staff. A very nice intern helped us catch a ride.) We mentioned a couple of resources and a lot of scripture. Here’s a link to the video training on the Constitution from KrisAnne Hall that we discussed. The big question we want to unpack is, will the recent violation of Constitutional rights have any impact on Family Courts? Will they believe us when we tell them they violate every amendment except the 3rd? Will they bother to learn what that means? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6Ggx0GerZs The KrisAnne Hall Show – Special History of the Constitution Episode Scripture verses we discussed on today’s episode 20 As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good, to bring it about that many people should be kept alive, as they are today. 21 The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Ge 50:20). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles. 4 For the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds. 5 We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ, The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (2 Co 10:4–5). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles. 12 For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Eph 6:12). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles. 26 For what will it profit a man if he gains the whole world and forfeits his soul? Or what shall a man give in return for his soul? The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Mt 16:26). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles. 28 And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Rather fear him who can destroy both soul and body in hell. The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Mt 10:28). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles. 15 having a hope in God, which these men themselves accept, that there will be a resurrection of both the just and the unjust. The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Ac 24:15). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles. 17 Obey your leaders and submit to them, for they are keeping watch over your souls, as those who will have to give an account. Let them do this with joy and not with groaning, for that would be of no advantage to you. The Holy Bible: English Standard Version. (2016). (Heb 13:17). Wheaton, IL: Crossway Bibles.
26 minutes | a year ago
30 – Bill Wojenski’s Letter to Dr. Phil
If you already understand how cruel parental alienation can be on a parent you’ll appreciate the tenacity of Bill Wojenski. If you don’t yet know parental alienation is one of the most gut wrenching, heart breaking experiences a parent can face. In many cases your child acts as though you are dead to them although they are not. That scenario didn’t stop Bill Wojenski from fighting to see his daughters every weekend for 4 hours via supervised visitation for the last 10 years. There were many other hurdles that you can read about in the letter below. This letter was also read on the podcast. The letter was mailed to Dr. Phil about a week ago. 2-21-2020 Dear Dr Phil, I am writing you on the suggestion of several female friends of mine who are quite familiar with my case. This started in late 2010 when my fiancé of 7 years walked out on me for another man. At that time the girls were 2 weeks shy of their third birthday. She stated right up front that I would never see my girls again and has devoted her life to that. I filled and received joint custody; neither of us was to move out of state. Several years later she moved 3 hours away to upstate PA, the courts never did anything about that to this day. At the age of 4, at the request of the girls I filed for and won overnight visits with my girls. After court, on the same day, she marched the girls into DYFUS and accused me of molesting them. DYFUS ran with this and it took me years to get a “no Finding” (no cause to or reason to pursue) verdict. Eventually the courts assigned a reunification therapist to bring the girls back into my life. She sabotaged all efforts and when I was to meet the girls for the first time in 5 years it was a disaster. They went from hanging by daddy’s side, never wanting to be away from me to terrified at the sight of me. They screamed when they first saw me and I could hear the mothers sister say “Don’t worry; we won’t let him hurt you”. Obviously the girls were brain washed in those 5 years of separation. The visit was cut short after it was obvious it wasn’t going to work. There were numerous reports to the courts about the mother from the reunification Doctor. Later it was determined that I could have supervised visitations, supervised at my request, and we started doing that supervised by a Doctor every Saturday for 4 hours. It started out ok and continued on for over two years. It progressed at a downward spiral until it was deemed appropriate to cancel further visits by the Doctor. His reports to the courts were very positive of me and very damming of the mother’s attitude and behavior. When the girls found out that there brother, my son, William Wojenski JR had passed at the age of 22, they said to me “One less Wojenski in the world is a good thing”. They were 11 at that time. The Doctor heard them say that to me and reported it to the courts. I am still in a battle to help my girls. We have been through 6 judges; there is no continuity in this case. I have another hearing coming up in about two weeks. I’m not sure if this will gain either my girls or I any movement forward. In November when they turn 14 they can and will at the direction of the mother tell the judge that they no longer want to see me. At that point I will never have contact with them again. I have no communication with the girls; don’t have access to the schools, the doctors or treatments and anything else that I should be entitled to despite having joint custody. The mother from what I have been told is having them treated for Post Traumatic Distress and moves them from Doctor to Doctor looking for a finding that they have been abused. I have been railroaded and my poor girls have been horribly abused by the system. This is not uncommon in the state of NJ, what is uncommon is my steadfast refusal to give up on them. My girls did not choose to come into this world, but it is my job to see that they have a loving childhood and the tools to succeed in life. As you well know, alienated children have a very high rate of suicide, alcoholism, drug abuse and tend towards promiscuity at an early age. Possibly if some attention from a prominent person like you shone the light on my case, the proper course of action could be set forward. As it stands, I fully expect that come November 27th, 2020 when they turn 14, the light in their eyes will be extinguished forever. At that point it will be 10 years of court battles and many, many thousands of dollars spent. Please, if there is any way that you could help, it would be much appreciated. My little girl’s future depends on a positive outcome. There is plenty of documentation to back up my case. Thank you William Wojenski This letter was mailed to Dr. Phil at the following address: Dr. Phil McGraw325 N. Larchmont Blvd., Suite 602Los Angeles, CA, 90004 Now that you’ve heard Bill’s story we want to ask for your help. Would you write a short note to Dr. Phil as well? A letter with a hand written address on the envelope is the most effective. Why should you? Bill’s girls are about to turn 14 and he’s desperate. Listen to the podcast and you’ll hear about the long trial that he’s endured. If you are an alienated parent you’ll know how hard it is to hang on this long. Of course what we need for Bill more than anything is prayer so if you would please pray that we would get some help from Bill from the courts, from Dr. Phil or in any way our Heavenly Father would intervene to help him to continue to have some sort of relationship with his girls. If you don’t know what to write, I’ll give you an idea by typing the letter I’m sending below. Dr. Phil McGraw 325 N. Larchmont Blvd., Suite 602 Los Angeles, CA, 90004 Re: Bill Wojenski, Burlington, NJ Dear Dr. Phil, My name is Joe Gormley and I have the privilege of writing you today on behalf of a father who needs your help to keep seeing his two daughters. I’ve known Bill for a couple of years. We both attend a parental alienation support group together in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. This man has been fighting to keep contact with his two daughters for over 10 years. This is no small feat in a parental alienation situation. He’s facing incredible adversity from his ex, the family court bureaucracy, and the amount of time he’s lost while he’s only had 4 hours a week of supervised visitation with his girls. He’s even had to battle multiple false allegations of abuse. After extensive investigations the local Child Protective Services organization in New Jersey determined that these allegations of abuse were false. I know lots of other Dad’s that have given up after just a couple years of fruitless supervised visitation. To Bill’s credit he’s become even more determined to protect his daughters and be there for them in any way he can. While it’s not a written law, he’s afraid that when they turn 14 he will be unable to see them. Many judges use consider this age to be the time to give the children more input but if the children have truly been alienated this is child abuse. Their fourteenth birthday is coming up soon. Bill goes to court 2 to 3 times a year, every year for the last 10 years. During that time, he’s been pushed around to six different judges who all thought his case had merit. His case is just needs a little publicity to get someone in the courts to take notice that this case has been mismanaged. I’m also an alienated Dad and I wish I was writing you to say there was a way you could help me, but you cannot. That’s why I’m so excited to write on Bill’s behalf. You will make a big impact here if you bring Bill on your show. He is not a father that should be stripped of his parental rights. Please take the time to respond to Bill Wojenski. Blessings, Joseph Gormley 609-923-7788 JoeG@SavingFatherhood.org OTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS The Second Annual Parent March on Washington is now set for May 27-29, 2020. For more information go to www.leonkoziol.com. https://www.meetup.com/Burlington-SPEAKW-Parental-Alienation-Meetup/events/fzflmrybcfbdb/
62 minutes | a year ago
29 – Alienated Mom Goes to Law School
On our latest episode of the Saving Fatherhood podcast Leslie Ann Ferderigos, Esq. joins us. She talks about how she went from being an alienated Mom to an accomplished attorney fighting in the same Family Courts that separated her from her child. Leslie talks about her experiences with alienation from personal experience and as an attorney. Learn how she went from being homeless, and on food-stamps to comforting others with the comfort God gave her. If you’d like to contact Leslie her email is email@example.com and her website is https://leslieannlaw.com/ If you have a topic request or a question you’d like to have read or answered on the show just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
28 – #SaveJames, SaveJames.com
#SaveJames or SaveJames.com – This hashtag went viral last night. And with good reason. James needs to be saved. James is a 7 year old boy who has been trying to survive the reality of living with two divorced parents. Sadly we all know this is not uncommon in our culture. When parents can’t get along we know the consequences can be devastating for children. Many of us who have experienced parental alienation can relate to the problems our children suffer with. In this situation James has an additional problem. A problem that could be irreversible.His Mother thinks he needs to have surgery to become a girl because she says he is transgender. His Father says that he only acts like a girl in front of his mother and he rejects being a boy in front of his Father. The father, Jeff Younger is trying to prevent his son from being chemically castrated. Mr. Younger has been struggling just to get his seven year old son a second medical opinion. After the recording of this episode but before we posted it we received a glimmer of hope. The Governor of Texas Greg Abbott tweeted out the following message. This is fantastic news! But its not over. The jury handed down a verdict on Monday. The Judge was scheduled to read the final decision tomorrow at 1:30 PM. Please do whatever you can to help. Post this podcast on social media with the #SaveJames attached. Go to SaveJames.com and donate to help with the upcoming legal bills that are sure to mount up quickly. That’s assuming we get an appeal. Share this story! Share your outrage. Contact the Texas lawmakers listed below. And most of all pray, pray, pray!! To contact Governor Abbott: https://gov.texas.gov/contact Mailing AddressOffice of the GovernorP.O. Box 12428Austin, Texas 78711-2428 Telephone: (800) 843-5789Information and Referral Hotline (for Texas callers) (512) 463-1782Information and Referral and Opinion Hotline (for Austin, Texas and out-of-state callers) (512) 463-2000Office of the Governor Main Switchboard (office hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST) To contact Attorney General Ken Paxton: https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/contact-us Mailing Address Office of the Attorney GeneralPO Box 12548Austin, TX 78711-2548 Main Switchboard 512-463-2100Constituent Affairs 800-252-8011Press Office Phone: (512) 463-2050FAX: (512) 475-2994 Email: email@example.comOnline contacthttps://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/contact-us-online-form For more information about Tonight’s Guest Lawrence Demarco Please go to: YouTube: PA Voter Information Network https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCW3MHhbB-8BnXZLlIqpO9bg?disable_polymer=true YouTube: The Law Center https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC95vbmJ5CxttjmtMNwY19GQ Law Firm: www.demarcoanddemarco.com
54 minutes | 2 years ago
27 – Reaction to the 3rd Annual SOC – Early Childhood Development and the Role of Fathers”
On our last episode we previewed the Symposium Organizing Committee. This organization brings together government and non-governmental entities looking to make a statement in the culture that fatherhood matters. We couldn't agree more so we wanted to be a part of this. It was an honor and a privileged to take part in this two day event and Saving Fatherhood looks forward to working with several of the attendees in the near future. In this episode, Chris DeVol, parental rights advocate, alienated Dad, and ambassador for the Erasing Family movie among other things, comes on the show to discuss what happened at the SOC convening and what it means for Fatherhood in Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas. ANNOUNCEMENTS - NEXT SOUTH JERSEY SPEAKW MEETING - Wednesday October 2nd, 2019 https://www.meetup.com/Burlington-SPEAKW-Parental-Alienation-Meetup/events/gkmkhryzmbgb/
73 minutes | 2 years ago
26 – 3rd Annual SOC Convening – Dr. Rufus Sylvester Lynch, ACSW
3rd Annual SOC Convening On Today's Podcast Dr. Rufus Sylvester Lynch, ACSW comes on to discuss the 3rd Annual SOC Convening. You may register for this free event where the Role of Father's and Strengthening families will be advocated for. In this 3rd event Early Childhood Development will be the area of Fatherhood emphasized. Enjoy the Podcast and Consider attending the event. As discussed on the podcast this group of Social Workers can be strong allies in our family court movements. You may be surprised at who is advocating for you and your rights.Joe Gormley from Saving Fatherhood will be at this event on Day 1 speaking briefly as part of a response to a panel of experts. Details on the agenda for both days are at the bottom of this post. To Register for this event: https://www.nasw-pa.org/event/fathersfromthebeginning DETAILS ABOUT THE EVENT - https://www.thestrongfamiliescommission.com/ An advocate for Greater Father Family Involvement in the Lives of children and Families & the Systems that Serve Them An Advocate for Greater Father Family Involvement in the Lives of children and Families & the Systems that Serve Them 3rd Annual SOC Convening A Forum where ideas and views can be exchanged “From the Beginning…Early Childhood Development and the Role of Fathers” September 18th &19th 2019 The School District of Philadelphia Administrative Building 440 North Broad Street, Auditorium, Second Floor Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130 Day One September 18th 2019 8:00 a.m. – Registration & Continental Breakfast, Auditorium Reception Area. Registration managed by THE COMMISSION’s Volunteer Leadership Team, VeRita Amelia Barnette Lynch, Chair. 9:00 a.m. – Program Begins – Welcome Joy Diljohn, Executive Director, Pre-K Program, Office of Early Childhood Education. Forum Overview will be provided by Day One Moderator, Malkia Singleton Ofori-Agyekum, Pennsylvania State Director for the ParentChild + Program, & Chair, 3rd Annual Statewide SOC Convening. Invocation – George J. Fleming, Pastor and Founder, The Father’s Touch Ministry, Outreach specialist/Trainer for Allegheny Family Network & SOC’s Faith-Based Ambassador Coordinator, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.Message from the Pennsylvania Bureau of Savings Programs, Karen Carr, Field Representative, sharing information about statewide college and career savings programs. The JourneyGetting Us Here– The Honorable W. Wilson Goode, Sr., former Mayor, City ofPhiladelphia and President, Amachi Inc.:“People of Faith Mentoring Children of Promise” introduced by David A. Wyher, Founder, President and CEO, Delta Community Supports, Incorporated. 9:30 a.m. A Thought Leader’s Address, Dr. Wade F. Horn, “The Ebb and Flow of Fatherhood Programming – Presentation and Open Discussion.” Let’s Continue the Journey for our Children – Dr. Wade F. Horn, introduced by Darlene Tart-Scott, Special Initiatives Coordinator, in the Immediate Office of the Regional Administrator – Region III, Administration for Children and Families (ACF). ACF Region III is composed of the states of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. 10:30 a.m. Part I: Panel Call to Action for Greater Father Involvement in the Lives of Pennsylvania’s Children and Families – Panel Moderator, Kerry Krieger, Executive Director of Delta Family Services, LLC. Panelist include: George D. Mosee, Jr., Esq., Executive Director, Philadelphia Anti-Drug/Anti-Violence Network, and former First Deputy District Attorney for the City of Philadelphia; Dr. H. Jean Wright, Director, Behavioral Health & Justice Related Services at DBHIDS; Jeff Steiner, Executive Director, Dads Resource Center; David R. Fair, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Turning Points for Children;Malkia Singleton Ofori-Agyekum, Pennsylvania State Director for the ParentChild + Program; Dr. Richard Jeffrey Rhodes,
58 minutes | 2 years ago
25 – Paradox of Hope with TJ Moonan
Back by popular demand, TJ Moonan television producer of Watch Love Works. Watch Love Works is a local New Hampshire Television show that is moving to a new URL available at https://watchloveworks.com/ Tonight TJ updates us on his Television Show, other issues in the family rights movement and we address - THE PARADOX OF HOPE. ANNOUNCEMENTS https://www.meetup.com/Burlington-SPEAKW-Parental-Alienation-Meetup/events/cqqggryzmbvb/copy/ https://www.meetup.com/PASA-NJ/events/262942036/
52 minutes | 2 years ago
24 – Christians for Equal Shared Parenting with Mark Ludwig
Tonight’s guest Mark Ludwig As the founder of The Americans For Equal Shared Parenting (AFESP) Mark Ludwig wanted to be the best parent he could be to his son, Levi. After going through his own experience and learning of other parents that had been relegated to weekend visitors, he decided to use his background in politics to effect change in the current Family Court system. Mark has brought more unity to the shared parenting movement, aka family rights movement, formerly known as the family rights movement and he gives all the Glory to his Lord and savior Jesus Christ. Tonight, we are honored to have Mark join us on Saving Fatherhood. Key topics discussed on this episode. - Reception within the political Christian Right regarding shared parenting - Opponents and their strategies to Christians in the shared parenting movement - Christians for Equal Shared Parenting, What, Why & How New Facebook group started by Mark and Americans for Equal Shared Parenting – Please join and like – Christians for Equal Shared Parenting Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/Christians-for-Equal-Shared-Parenting-362462667726067/ https://www.facebook.com/Christians-for-Equal-Shared-Parenting-362462667726067/ Announcements – JULY 30, 2019 In Princeton NJ – We are looking for Alienated parents that would like to be interviewed by the Magazine “The Atlantic”. If you want to attend, please register on the meetup page in the show notes for this episode. https://www.meetup.com/PASA-NJ/events/262942036/ AUGUST 5, 2019 Look for our next South Jersey SPEAKW meeting –this is a Support Group for Alienated Parents – meets at 7PM on August 5th at the Mt. Laurel NJ Wegmans cafeteria. A link to sign up on Meetup.com is provided in the show notes. (THE NEXT MEETING WILL BE AUGUST 19) https://www.meetup.com/Burlington-SPEAKW-Parental-Alienation-Meetup/ August 17, 2019 The New York Father’s Rights Movement will host a rally in Albany, New York. Guest speakers include – Thomas Fidler, Fouder of the Father’s Rights Movement, Jessie West of Dad’s Can too and Mark Ludwig (tonight’s guest) and founder of AFESP – American’s for Equal Shared Parenting. Thomas Fidler, founder More details are available at - https://www.facebook.com/events/377865586330186/ You can also meet connect with tonight’s guest Mark Ludwig on the following pages – The American’s for Equal Shared Parenting Website – https://afesp.com Twitter - @afesp5050 Email – Info@afesp.com The AFESP facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/afesp5050/ Join Mark for weekly facebook live events on Mondays and Tuesdays at 7 PM CST.
59 minutes | 2 years ago
22 – The American Parent Caravan, an interview with organizer Leon Koziol
Dr. Leon Koziol of the Parenting Rights Institute presents... THE AMERICAN PARENT CARAVAN Schedulehttps://leonkoziol.com/ May 1st, Wednesday 10 AM, Caravan meets at Liberty State Part in Jersey City NJ motorcade starts on Interstate 70 to I-95 to Washington DC. 5PM - 550 C Street - 21st Century Lounge - Meet and Greet 7PM Congressional Ballroom until 9PM May 2nd, Thursday The entire day will be spent lobbying congress with meetings and deliveries of packets. Two tiers of meetings. May 2nd Evening - Speakers Event and Rally.May 3rd, March from the White House to the Supreme Court - Hear the ordeals of everyone who wants to be heard. Friday May 3rd Parent March on Washington - Starts at the Whitehouse and finishes at the Supreme Court. Please Join the Conference call on Mondays and Thursdays at 7PM to learn more - 605-313-4165 - access code - 763491
77 minutes | 2 years ago
21 – No Fault Divorce with Jeff Morgan
No fault divorce was proposed by some to make divorce easier and less burdensome. Instead it has removed accountability and created the unilateral divorce where a covenant agreement can be broken by one person regardless of the opinion of the other person who was involved in the original agreement. Is this fair? Does it help society? Is it harming society? Is it constitutional? On tonight's episode of "Saving Fatherhood", well known YouTube Video personality Jeff Morgan comes on the show to share why No-Fault divorce is one of if not the biggest issue causing broken families in America today. You can watch Jeff's videos at the link below. He has almost 500 of them. https://www.youtube.com/user/jeffinjordan/videos SPEAK W - SOUTH JERSEY - NEXT MEETING IS JANUARY 28TH AT 7PM - https://www.meetup.com/Burlington-SPEAKW-Parental-Alienation-Meetup/ GET HEALTHY AND SUPPORT SAVING FATHERHOOD! CLICK HERE.
44 minutes | 2 years ago
20 – Dad on a Mission (DadOnAMission.org)
EPISODE 20 – CHAD GINTER – Bio: Chad Ginter also known as DadOnAMission! A mission that has Chad following in God’s Footsteps every step of the way. As this journey continues in a fight for his daughter, his Faith in Jesus Christ continues to multiply! Chad is From Harrisburg Pennsylvania and is fighting for a House Bill to be passed at the senate which would give Single Fathers a little easier fight when going to court for a Custody Battle! He’s even taken the time to start his own Non-Profit Organization called DadonAMission.org https://dadonamission.org/ and it’s to help Single Fathers across the country who are battling to be in their child’s life! Yes ANYWAY Possible, whether it be from helping to find a part time job to just talking to other single fathers who may just need someone Positive to talk to! Please join me in welcoming today's guest - Chad Ginter. He truly is a man on a mission!! To learn about the HGH Gel Advertised on today's show go to https://newulife.com/139144 - All purchases support SAVING FATHERHOOD.
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