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Faith Family Freedom

Public Policy Engagement & Outreach

Welcome to The Road’s public policy engagement, Faith, Family & Freedom!  The three F’s sum up much of what is important in terms of first – relationship with God and our ability to serve God with freedom in our country, state, and community.  Thus, religious freedom is paramount to being able to exercise our faith.  Family – our earthly biological family and being in the family of God and the relationships grown from family are central to our health and well-being. Freedom – the ability to think freely, move freely, speak freely and act freely without hindrance or restraint (in keeping with our earthly laws} always being reminded that God’s laws give us the most freedom.

On this page, we will have resources and links to civic engagement and legislative issues that are of importance to The Road congregation.

Are you registered to vote?

Voting is our right and duty in a free country and at The Road we encourage everyone to be registered to vote in our state and county.

Voter Registration – El Paso County Clerk and Recorder

Who is My State Representative and Senator in Denver?

Find My Legislator | Colorado General Assembly

Information on El Paso County School Districts

School Districts in El Paso County, Colorado | K12 Academics

Boards, Commissions, and Committees

City Council has over twenty Boards, Commissions, and Committees that are in need of citizen volunteers. There are many ways to help serve your community in ways that interest you! To see what Boards, Commissions, and Committees help City Council make Colorado Springs a better place please visit

2023 Colorado Legislative Session

The Road wants to keep you updated on legislation that will impact the areas of Faith, Family & Freedom.  This includes issues such as education, parental rights, election integrity, pro-life, second amendment, health freedom.  Each year over 600+ bills are introduced in the legislature.  Your state representative conducts a Town Hall during legislative Session and we encourage you to attend and learn first-hand what is taking place at the Capitol.

Home Page of the Colorado General Assembly:  Bill Search | Colorado General Assembly

Address of the Capitol in Denver: 200 East Colfax Street, Denver, CO 80203

House & Senate Committees of Reference (where legislation is heard before a Committee and testimony for or against is taken regarding the legislation) : Committees | Colorado General Assembly

You can go in person to testify for or against legislation or you can testify remotely.  On the Committee link you can sign up and learn about options for giving testimony.

Legislative Wrap-Up

The Abortion Bills

SB23-188 Protections For Accessing Reproductive Health Care

SB23-189 Increasing Access to Reproductive Health Care

SB23-190 Deceptive Trade Practice Pregnancy-related Service

The Gun Bills 

SB23-168 Gun Violence Victims’ Access To Judicial System

SB23-169 Increasing Minimum Age To Purchase Firearms

SB23-170 Extreme Risk Protection Order Petitions

SB23-279 Unserialized Firearms and Firearm Components

The Property Tax Bills

SB23-303 Reduce Property Taxes and Voter-approved Revenue Change

HB23-1311 Identical Temporary TABOR Refund

The Housing Bills

HB23-1120  Eviction Protections for Residential Tenants 

HB23-1190  Affordable Housing Right of First Refusal

HB23-1095 Prohibited Provisions in Rental Agreements 

HB23-1255 Regulating Local Housing Growth Restrictions 

Church Voter Guides

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Join The Fight!

The spiritual battle is real and present in Colorado! As Christians, we can’t remain on the sidelines, but must join the fight. Let’s be a voice for the voiceless together!

Aaron Salt is a Christian family man and is actively involved in his community. Recently, his conservative values have put him and his family through numerous trials, That’s when the verse, “what the enemy planned for evil, God will use for good.” (Genesis 50:20) rang loudly in Aaron’s heart and inspired him to raise $25,000 towards a Colorado Mobile Medical Clinic! The Bible tells us that whatever we ask Father in His name, He will give us. Let’s rally to offer more support for moms who feel trapped by abortion in our state! Learn more about Aaron’s story and how you can get involved to fight for life.

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Little Spark of Life – Coming September 2023!

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It’s time to celebrate! With exciting rhymes and vibrant illustrations, Little Spark of Life will help families get ready and learn more about the miracle of life.
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Books to Inspire Your Civic Engagement

Letter to the American Church

By Eric Metaxas

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Live Not By Lies

By Rod Dreher

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Why You Can’t Stay Silent

By Tom Minnery

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Love Your Enemies

By Arthur C. Brooks

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Fault Lines

By Voddie T. Baucham Jr.

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Invading Babylon

By Lance Wallnau & Bill Johnson

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Red, White and Black

By Robert L. Woodson Sr.

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About Amy Stephens

Director of Public Policy at The Road

Amy Stephens is an advocate, former House Majority Leader in Colorado, government affairs executive for the leading global law firm, Dentons US LLP and is currently Principal for Fresh Ideas Public Affairs and Strategy.

She recently worked at the Administration for Children & Families in Washington DC as a political appointee serving as a Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary with a portfolio that covered foster adoption, child welfare, runaway and homeless youth, youth risk behaviors and human trafficking.  Amy worked with Governors and their staff in all 50 states to make it a state priority to find homes for difficult to place foster youth.

Amy moved to Colorado Springs in 1991 with Focus on the Family. In her ten years at Focus she managed both Public Policy and Youth Culture divisions.  She was Dr. Dobson’s first government affairs lobbyist going to CA and CO to speak to legislatures on children, youth and family issues.  She wrote two relationship curriculums for youth at Focus, used globally and translated into 26 languages and launched Focus’ first Life on the Edge Conferences for parents and teens.

Leadership is Amy’s passion and guiding teams to success is where she excels.  Amy is married to Ron Stephens who currently serves on the Board of Monument Trustees.  They have one son, Nick, who is married and an attorney on the east coast.

Connect with Amy: or her Linked In profile