IssuesMaking Marriage Something It's Not

What happens to marriage dictates what our society will become. The cultural battle over marriage isn’t about two individuals looking to legally establish their love. It’s much bigger than that, and much more is at stake. As marriage is redefined, children face a world that is less likely to affirm their need for both a mom and a dad. The focus of marital relationships shifts from selfless love to the desires of the individual. And the religious freedom of those who stand for marriage is threatened.


Laws Affirming Marriage

Same-sex-marriage activists targeted federal and state policies that affirm marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

The Prop 8 Saga

Activists will go around the laws enacted by the people and their elected representatives to impose a new definition of marriage.

Other Relationships v. Marriage

There are various romantic relationships in society, but none of them provides the benefits of a married husband and wife.

At A Glance

The State of Marriage



in which the people voted to affirm marriage as the union of one man and one woman



in which the people voted to redefine marriage to include same-sex couples



must license same-sex relationships as marriages because of the Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell v. Hodges


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Marriage and Society: The Big Picture

Marriage benefits society in ways no other relationship can. This is especially true for children, which is why marriage policy must be rooted in the reality that children should have the opportunity to grow up with their married mother and father.


How churches can stand firm for God's design for marriage



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