Marriage & Family
Farm Owners Fined for their Faith
When two women inquired about renting their home property for a same-sex wedding ceremony, the Giffords politely declined. The women were welcome on the property on public event days as anyone would be, but the Giffords had religious convictions about the definition of marriage.
5 Stories To Know: Navy Restores Bibles, Another Victory Over Obamacare, And More
The Navy restores the removed Gideon Bibles, Planned Parenthood's sex education curriculum, and more - here's a round up of the top news stories that caught our attention this week, and few from last week.
Marriage In America: Working With Allies To Wed Ideas To Action
Realization is setting in, and one indication of how earnestly many Christian leaders are working to bring information to people of faith on this issue is the national conference being hosted this month by the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) of the Southern Baptist Convention.
3 Truths About Marriage That Courts Can't Change
But amidst the challenge of the day, for those of us who believe in marriage, there are some truths about man woman marriage that no one can change.
4 Reasons Government Shouldn't Force These Farmers to Violate Their Faith
When Cynthia’s phone rang that September evening in 2012, she was prepared for a usual inquiry about using the farm for a wedding ceremony. Nothing could have prepared her for what ultimately followed: a demand from the state that they violate their faith to host a same-sex ceremony in their own home.
Kentucky Print Shop Owner Fights Compelled Speech and Reeducation Order
If this story sounds familiar, it's probably because stories like Blaine's are becoming more and more common. Here's how they tend to go...
On A-Rod and Florists
Apologies are a good thing, and if heartfelt they can get one back on track. But a Washington florist offered the chance for an apology and a minor fine to avoid the ongoing heat (and financial ruin), replied “Thanks, but no thanks.”