Idaho Family Policy Center

Idaho Family Policy Center is a ministry that advances the lordship of Christ in the public square through engaging the church, promoting God-honoring public policy, and training statesmen.

As the premier conservative Christian policy research and educational organization in the state, IFPC is working to promote biblically sound public policy that protects the sanctity of life, safeguards religious freedom, strengthens parental rights, recognizes biblical truths in sexuality and gender, and stimulates economic opportunity.

Only the gospel can transform the culture, but the Great Commission involves a cultural mandate to prophetically point people back to God’s good design by teaching the nations to obey everything Jesus has commanded. IFPC engages the church, discipling Christians in biblical worldview so that they can winsomely stand for truth and make a positive impact for God’s kingdom in their communities.

As a member of the nationwide family policy council movement, IFPC will work closely with an alliance of pro-family groups in other states, as well as national groups including Family Research Council, Focus on the Family, Family Policy Alliance, and Alliance Defending Freedom.

Blaine Conzatti, President

Blaine Conzatti serves as the President of Idaho Family Policy Center. He has established a proven track record of achievements in the family policy movement—including successfully leading the charge to get the ‘Heartbeat’ bill, the “No Public Funds For Abortion Act,” and “Simon’s Law” enacted into Idaho law. He also directed the effort to mobilize the conservative grassroots in support of the first-in-the-nation “Fairness in Women’s Sports Act” protecting girls’ high school and college sports.

When he was nineteen years old, Blaine first encountered the saving grace of Jesus Christ, and subsequently left a career as an aspiring rock and jazz musician so he could study theology, government, and economics at Liberty University. Blaine soon learned that God’s truth impacts every area of life, and he quickly developed a passion for helping Christians fulfill the cultural commission to advocate these biblical truths in the public square.

Before joining Idaho Family Policy Center, Blaine previously worked for one of our allied state organizations, Family Policy Institute of Washington. Additionally, he spent several years teaching humanities, theology, and apologetics courses at a classical Christian high school in Fairfax, VA. He and his wife, Anna, enjoy raising their family in beautiful Treasure Valley.

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