Marriage & Family
This Adoption Agency Has Placed 1,000 Children in Loving Homes… But It Faces Closure for Its Beliefs
“I knew that one by one, agencies were being closed down. Eventually there would not be one of us left, unless somebody was willing to take a stand.”
Why Female Athletes in Idaho Are Standing up to the ACLU in Defense of a State Law
ADF is representing two collegiate female athletes who want to fight to make sure Idaho's law protecting women's sports is upheld in court.
10 Years Later: The True Story about California’s Proposition 8
Here’s the true story of the successful “Yes on 8” campaign.
Christmas Comes Early: Victory for Chief Cochran Also Benefits Other City Employees
The ruling of a federal district court today protects not just Chief Cochran, but all employees in Atlanta.
Of Babies and Birth Certificates
The natural family has an objective structure that is based on the truth every child has a biological mother and father.
Not At Liberty: Court Rules that Farmers Should Have Violated Their Religious Beliefs
Two days before “Religious Freedom Day,” a New York appellate court ruled that Robert and Cynthia Gifford of Liberty Ridge Farm are not at liberty to abide by their faith in their own backyard.