Hooking Up, Shacking Up, and Saying “I Do”

Sep 12, 2014 by

By Rachel Sheffield, Public Discourse: Despite the lack of cultural support for positive practices that help couples toward healthy marriage relationships, the good news is that individuals have control over their relationship choices. Most young people want a happy marriage and family life. As a new reportfrom the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia shows, the choices people make in their relationships prior to marriage matter. Unfortunately, the laissez-faire sexual...

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Schools must ‘actively promote’ gay marriage, according to new Government rules

Sep 12, 2014 by

From Coalition for Marriage: Contact your MP today. The Government is proposing new minimum standards for academies, free schools and independent schools which demand that they ‘actively promote’ equality, as defined by the Equality Act 2010. We believe this places huge pressure on these schools to promote same-sex marriage. David Cameron and many others justify redefining marriage on the grounds of equality. Please contact your MP today. Tell him or her that the plans to force schools to...

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Heteros Biting Back

Sep 11, 2014 by

by Bill Muehlenberg: This is an absolute classic! I love it! It just makes my day. I could not have made any of this stuff up. Sweeeeet. So what’s it all about? Well, let me tell you: homosexual activists are fuming in New Zealand, because two males are about to get married. So?? Well, the happy couple happen to be heterosexual. And for that, the homosexual brigade is spitting chips and going absolutely nutzo. Yes you heard me right. Just when you thought all this madness could not get any...

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A major victory

Sep 9, 2014 by

By Brian Brown, NOM: Earlier this week, a federal district judge in Louisiana issued a key decision finding that the marriage amendment passed in 2004 by 78% of the voters of that state does not run afoul of the U.S. Constitution’s guarantees of Equal Protection and Due Process. Accordingly, Judge Feldman ruled against the several plaintiffs’ claims that the amendment is unconstitutional. This is a major victory for marriage that should be celebrated. Of course, if you’ve...

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Sexuality and spirituality: an attempt at understanding

Sep 3, 2014 by

By Andrew Symes: Jesus, my passion in life is to know you… Hear my heart’s cry, and my prayer for this life: Above all else…give me yourself. I have sung this song in church, and led others in worshipping the Lord using these words. A simple, beautiful song, expressing a desire to know Christ more fully, to deepen the relationship with him that is the privilege of all God’s children. It was written and sung first by Vicky Beeching. One of the original foundations of “worship music” is a...

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Children first, marriage next. Brangelina are taking a risk

Sep 2, 2014 by

by Harry Benson, Conservative Woman: So the really hot story of the summer was the ‘secret’ wedding of Brad and Angelina, a couple so famous that we not only know them by their first names but also by their combined nickname ‘Brangelina’. Sad to admit, I’ve never met them and I don’t know anyone who has. However ‘Brangelina’ and ‘Karry’ (Kate and Harry) do in fact share some important personal characteristics in common with us  (my...

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