Focus on the family dating after divorce
Focus on the Family's efforts to encourage adoption among Christian families is part of a larger effort by Evangelicals to, in their perception, live out what they see as the "biblical mandate" to help children.Focus on the Family's Option Ultrasound Program (OUP) provides grants to qualifying crisis pregnancy centers to cover 80 percent of the cost of an ultrasound machine or sonography training.
In November 2008, the organization announced that it was eliminating 202 jobs, representing 18 percent of its workforce.
As of the 2017 tax filing year, Focus on the Family declared itself to be a church. Psychologists, psychiatrists, and social scientists have criticized Focus on the Family for trying to misrepresent their research to bolster its fundamentalist political agenda and ideology.
The core promotional activities of the organization include a daily radio broadcast by its president Jim Daly and his colleagues, providing free resources in line with the group's views, and publishing magazines, videos, and audio recordings.
The website of the NDP Task Force states that "its business affairs are separate" from those of Focus on the Family, but also that "between 19, Focus on the Family did provide grants in support of the NDP Task Force" and that "Focus on the Family is compensated for services rendered." Focus on the Family has additional ministries.
Many are aimed at specific demographics including teenage boys and girls, children, college students, families, young adults, parents, while others are aimed at specific concerns, such as sexual problems, entertainment, and politics. Focus on the Family's 501(c)(3) status prevents them from advocating any individual political candidate.