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The National Day of Prayer Task Force is an American evangelical conservative Christian non-profit organization which organizes, coordinates, and presides over Evangelical Christian religious observances each year on the National Day of Prayer.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 a number of additional ministries.
The core promotional activities of the organization include a daily radio broadcast by its president Jim Daly and his colleagues, providing free resources according to Focus on the Family views, and publishing magazines, videos, and audio recordings.Focus on The Family Radio Theatre is a series of audio dramas adapting classic literature, mystery mini-series and biographical productions, extending its reach to the mainstream as well as the Christian audience.The endeavor began through the efforts of Adventures in Odyssey producers Dave Arnold and Paul Mc Cusker, along with casting director Philip Glassborow based in England.He is no longer affiliated with Focus on the Family.Focus on the Family sees its primary ministry as helping couples “build healthy marriages that reflect God's design”, based on what it sees as “morals and values grounded in biblical principles.” Focus on the Family formed Love Won Out, an ex-gay ministry, in 1998 and sold it to Exodus International in 2009.It is active in promoting an interdenominational effort toward its socially conservative views on public policy.
Focus on the Family is one of a number of evangelical parachurch organizations that rose to prominence in the 1980s.
The Option Ultrasound Program reported in 2014 that it has helped prevent more than 270,000 abortions since 2004.
A study released in February 2012 shows that ultrasounds do not have a direct impact on an abortion decision.
Radio Theatre began in 1996 with a 90-minute radio drama based on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, which was produced and aired as a broadcast special.
It was aired on over 1300 outlets, 325 of which were general market stations.
FOTF also produces a children's radio drama entitled Adventures in Odyssey.