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As we head into November, the issue of marriage is in everyone's thoughts. What is marriage? Is it a one-size-fits-all institution? Is the traditional, Biblical view of marriage worth defending? We think it is, and we hope our latest edition on this topic gives you food for thought. We would be honored if you forwarded this edition to your friends and family.
The Chairman's Desk
We have been characterized as “bigots,” “hatemongers,” and names that cannot in good conscience be reprinted in these pages, all because we believe that marriage is — and should continue to be — the union of one man and one woman for life. Read more ...
Is Marriage Worth Defending?
It is important that each of us understands why same-sex “marriage” is untenable and why it would be disastrous for the nation and how it would hurt individual families and the whole of society. Read more ...
Marriage and Judicial Dictators
Are we to continue to embrace the wisdom of our Founding Fathers, who envisioned a government of “We the people,” a “government of the people, by the people, for the people,” or are we to allow this current trend of judicial activism and tyranny to decide the country’s direction for us? Read more ...
Marriage at a Crossroads
Homosexual activists are convinced that a state-by-state judicial strategy is their best opportunity to foist same-sex “marriage” on the rest of the country. Thankfully, pro-family groups like Concerned Women for America continue to meet the challenge head-on. Read more ...
Protecting Marriage for Our Nation
What the homosexual activists don’t want you to know is that redefining marriage will indeed affect all Americans. It will impact laws where marital status intersects with legal rights in areas such as education, housing and employment. Read more ...
From the President
Today, marriage is treated as an item of convenience and little more than a feeling. And unlike the Hollywood blockbusters, true love stories don't end with a wedding. They start with one. Read more ...
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