KIMBERLY VAN SHAAR ELLS is a policy advisor for Family Watch International, where she works to protect children from early sexualization and to promote the family as the fundamental unit of society. Kimberly is an avid researcher and writer on family issues, has authored policy briefs for international distribution, and has spoken at the United Nations and other venues across the country. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a degree in English. She is married and is the mother of five children.
"The Invincible Family makes it remarkably clear that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. Kimberly Ells, a great new instructor and guide, illuminates how the family will ultimately triumph despite the marshalled opposition of academic and political elites whose weighty hands seek to rock the cradle through globalized, sexualized education. Buy a dozen copies and host a book club."
"Kimberly Ells masterfully unveils the international effort to create a society bereft of the very institutions that make us human: motherhood, fatherhood, marriage, and the family. Read this important book, arm yourselves against the encroaching darkness and--by sharing its warnings--become a light for others."
"A riveting and wide-ranging expose of modernity's diminution of womanhood."
“The women of the world need to read this book! Women are the force that can stop current social wars, save children, and salvage families. This book tells women the truth!”
"In The Invincible Family, Kimberly Ells makes it crystal clear that those who oppose the family are deadly serious about their agenda. This book will scare you. You'll either become a pro-family activist, or hide under the bed. You owe it to the next generation to read it and get activated.”
The Invincible Family exposes the genesis of greatest power in the world: The family. It shows how socialism, feminism and sexual radicalism have taken the world stage and are seeking to abolish the family as the prime unit of society—and what we can do about it. Click here to take a look inside.
I wrote The Invincible Family for two reasons. First, I stumbled across some information online a few years ago that jolted me into action. I read International Planned Parenthood’s document, Exclaim! Young people’s guide to Sexual Rights: An IPPF Declaration. I was dumbfounded that there was such a thing as a children’s “sexual rights” movement and decided that it wasn’t going to exist in the world without me fighting it.
Second, it became clear to me that women are naturally empowered beings who hold the most powerful position in the world. I realized that that story needed to be told.
The Invincible Family exposes motherhood as the force that keeps society privately oriented rather than publicly regulated. The anatomically decreed force of motherhood dictates the political and economic structures of society. It dooms collectivism in all its forms, ensuring the demise of socialism and communism which seek to usurp the family’s inherent power. I’m not aware of another book that takes this particular stance.
The Invincible Family is for people who value the family and oppose child sex, including policy makers and parents. The book will resonate with people who believe the family is a social good and will assist them in articulating that position. The book will also appeal to people who have unanswered questions about the effects of same-sex marriage on society, people who are seeking to understand the transgender movement, as well as the pro-life community, the donor-conceived community, and parental rights advocates.
I want to cut the legs out from under the international movement to crush the family, and I want to do it by arming mothers and fathers—arming them with the truth about their position and the weight of their power. The family deserves a ferocious defense. I intend to provide one.