Good news: Focus on the Family's Dobson Resigns Post
But in recent year as Dobson has successfully sought to use his ministry to further his social-conservative and Republican Party views and positions, I would not have walked across the street to hear the man, even if he came to Douglas in person.
From The Washington Post:
James Dobson, a child psychologist who became a leader of the religious right, announced yesterday he was stepping down as board chairman of Focus on the Family, the megaministry he and his wife started 32 years ago.
Although many Americans know Dobson for his comments on hot-button political and policy topics,. . . the group spends only about 6 percent of its resources on lobbying and the rest on promoting programs to support traditional marriage and child-rearing.