About Us

Over 20 years of getting results for Canadian families

Our Mission

To mobilize, train and activate Canadians in defending and promoting Christian principles in Canadian society.

Our Vision

Our main objective is to inform and mobilize citizens and to provide government decision makers with information and direction.


We work with individuals, churches, other like-minded groups, and businesses to provide a unified thrust in promoting the Christian worldview in government, the media and society.

We also teach that a key aspect of responsible governance is for our government leaders to respect and defend the right of all citizens to freely express and debate their views and beliefs.

 

We work with individuals, churches, other like-minded groups, and businesses to provide a unified thrust in promoting the Christian worldview in politics, government, society and culture.

Our Principles

The following principles guide the issues we may address on a provincial or national level.

We believe that our nation of Canada is founded upon principles that acknowledge the supremacy of God and the rule of law.

We believe in the inherent dignity and worth of the human person and the position of the family in society.

We believe that all Canadians have the right to express and practice publicly legitimate religious beliefs, and that government has a duty to respect and safeguard those rights.

We believe in the mutual responsibility of all citizens to be active in community life and participate in the democratic political process.

We believe that the family, based on the choice of the biblical model of marriage that serves God and is defined as the cleaving together of one man and one woman, is central to a healthy, growing and prosperous society.

We believe that Members of Parliament and other elected representatives must be accountable to their constituents.

We believe in enacting policies and passing laws which protect the inherent right and responsibility of parents to raise and educate their children.

We believe governments must exercise wisdom and responsibility in managing the tax revenues entrusted to them by working Canadians.

We believe in seeking justice and protection for the vulnerable among us such as those who are unable to speak for themselves.

We believe in the supremacy of Parliament as lawmakers (not judges, human rights commissions or judicial bodies from outside of Canada).

Our Difference

We are a group of dedicated activists determined to influence public policy by encouraging citizens from the faith community to utilize their constituent authority at election time and their citizen authority within the sphere of partisan politics. 

We encourage citizens of the faith community to speak up for themselves and promote family-friendly policies and Christian principles in Canadian society and culture.


ACTION makes CFA different from other groups. A healthy functioning democracy requires the engagement of its citizens. Many people want to influence society but don’t know what to do.


CFA provides effective tools that make it easy for ordinary Canadians to take action.


CFA’s mandate is action that effects positive change. For that reason, CFA is not a charity. Charities are severely restricted by Canada’s Revenue Agency policies.


Charities may spend a maximum of 10% of their budget on non-partisan political action, but even then, there are some restrictions as to the type of political action they engage in.


We are a registered not-for-profit corporation.


We are non-partisan and encourage citizens to exercise their influence in all major political parties.


We equip citizens to take back their rightful place as part of the decision-making process of legislatures and parliament, education and parent Boards, and have their voices expressed in media.