Crisis in K-12 Education



Thursday evening
6:00 – 8:30 pm

September 28, 2023


Pacific Peace Center

6328 180th St SW

Lynnwood, WA 98037



Light meal included in cost

With the school year starting, it is important for parents to be fully informed about the types of things that are being taught to our children in the public school system. This info session will provide a glimpse of the content being shared and how we need to urgently be involved.

Topics of discussion will include:

    • Infringement of Parental Rights
    • Public School Controversial Content
    • Inappropriate Sexual Content
    • Public School Alternatives

Presentations will be given by representatives from the Family Policy Institute of Washington.


The Family Peace Association brings focus to the profound significance of the family as the cornerstone of a world of peace. By engaging individuals, families and organizations, we seek to build a global movement to inspire, promote, and cultivate God-centered families. We work in partnership with like-minded individuals and organizations to provide education and support for individuals and families to build strong, healthy, loving families.

The Family Peace Association recognizes time-honored spiritual principles and values upheld by most faith traditions but does not promote any specific church or religion.


Keith Adams

Keith Adams

Director of Grassroots Outreach, Family Policy Institute of Washington

Keith worked in management roles with the Weyerhaeuser Co. for 40 years before moving on to work for the Billy Graham Evangelical Association (BGEA), his posting for several years before joining FPIW. While there, he worked with pastors and Christian leaders in Washington state, supporting Franklin Graham with Decision America Tours and leaning into God’s calling on his life. The skills Keith developed over many years working with churches and pastors help nurture engagement by pastors, Christians, and businesses in promoting life,
parental rights, marriage, religious freedom, and Christian-style social justice (helping the destitute).

Jennifer Heine-Withee

Jennifer Heine-Withee

Education Awareness, Project Consultant, Family Policy Institute of Washington

Jennifer is the Education Awareness, Project Consultant with the Family Policy Institute of Washington. Previously she served as the Director of Washington Parents’ Rights in Education, the first state chapter outside the state of Oregon. Jennifer has worked in coalition with several Washington grassroots organizations fighting against the sexual indoctrination of children in public schools. Her mission is to empower parents and enlighten communities through education, activation, and motivation. She has been interviewed numerous times for radio and publications, and is excited to be working with FPIW.

Jennifer has been married for 23 years and has 3 grown kids.


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