PLEASE READ and TAKE ACTION: Court Must Not Impose Marriage Redefinition

 

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The next several months will prove to be a defining moment for marriage and religious freedom in our nation.

take action copyThe United States Supreme Court has set April 28th as the day it will hear oral arguments on the 6th Circuit marriage case. There are some important steps you can take to influence public opinion and to support the state leaders who are taking a stand in defense of marriage.

The case the Court will hear deals with the voter-approved marriage laws of Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio, and Tennessee. The Court’s decision will greatly impact the institution of marriage and our freedoms for generations to come.

State leaders in each of these four states, including Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, have courageously stood up to government intrusion and judicial overreach in order to be a voice for the people and defend the laws the voters of these states approved.

Earlier this year, polling was released that shows 61% of voters believe that states and citizens should remain free to uphold marriage as the union of a man and a woman and the Supreme Court should not force all 50 states to redefine marriage (Wilson Perkins Allen). This research stands in stark contrast to the message the Left and Liberal Media are trying to spread.

So here’s what you can do:

  1. Click here to contact Attorney General DeWine and thank him for standing up for the people and defending the voter-passed marriage law.
  2. Pray for the U.S. Supreme Court as they hear oral arguments about the constitutionality of marriage laws. Pray for wisdom and discernment as the justices read the legal briefs and considers the arguments being made. Pray for the deliberations afterwards that God’s truth will prevail.
  3. Click here to Like Pray4Marriage on Facebook.
  4. Visit the webpage www.pray4marriage.org. Where we are coming together as various individuals with a heart to ignite a season of prayer for the institution of marriage and for the future health and vitality of marriages in our nation.

In Roe vs. Wade, the Court inserted itself into a significant moral issue hoping to settle the matter permanently. However, four decades later the American people still haven’t accepted that decision and abortion is now more divisive than ever.

This debate isn’t just about us, it’s about preserving freedom for our children and future generations. Make sure that your voice is heard. Now is the time.

Sincerely,

Phil Burress