Rev. Jason J. McGuire
Rev. Jason J. McGuire
Rev. Jason J. McGuire serves as the Executive Director of New Yorker’s Family Research Foundation (NYFRF) and NYFRF’s affiliated organization, New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms. Rev. McGuire has been on staff with NYFRF since 2007, and has been an integral part of the continued growth and impact of the organization since that time.
Rev. McGuire is a passionate defender of Christian principles like the sanctity of life, the sacredness of marriage, the centrality of religious freedom, and the need for a more just and merciful society, and he fervently believes that these principles can only be lived out if the hearts of men and women turn to God. A gifted and accomplished public speaker, Rev. McGuire preaches and teaches at churches and conferences across the state and the nation; also, he is frequently called upon by media outlets for his expertise regarding New York state government and public policy. Rev. McGuire’s radio broadcasts can be heard on Christian stations throughout New York, and his e-mails inform thousands of grassroots Christian activists. Both locally and nationally, Rev. McGuire is widely recognized as a key leader in the pro-life and pro-family movements.
While Rev. McGuire has always been interested in government, it was during his teenage years that the Lord impressed upon him that the power to effect change was not in human government, but in the application of God’s Word (Is. 55:10-11). He surrendered his life to full-time Christian service and pursued training in biblical studies as a result.
Rev. McGuire attended Practical Bible Training School (now known as Davis College) in Johnson City, New York, and holds a Bachelor of Theology Degree from Andersonville Theological Seminary, Camilla, Georgia. Prior to his employment with NYCF, Rev. McGuire served as Pastor of the Ingleside Christian Church in Naples, New York. Rev. McGuire and his wife, Lorenne, were married in 1996 and have been blessed with four children.
If you would like to schedule Jason for your church service or civic meeting, please call 585.225.2220 or e-mail him.