Join Alliance Defending Freedom for a presentation on what the Supreme Court’s recent legalization of same-sex marriage means for you.
Harrison releases letter on landmark Supreme Court ruling
LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison responds to the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 26 same-sex marriage ruling.
LCMS U director offers encouragement, hope in wake of SCOTUS marriage ruling
LCMS U director reminds college students: “God has a habit of working great things out of dark moments.”
Free to be Faithful essay contest
Those chosen to serve as ambassadors will receive free transportation, lodging and meals for the fall conference in Washington, where they will hear speakers — and take part in discussions — on safeguarding marriage, life and religious liberty.
Marriage is a public institution that promotes societal goods in a way that is both non-intrusive and beneficial for society as a whole.
Harrison advises pastors on same-sex marriage decision
As the Supreme Court prepares its decision on the legality of same-sex marriage, the Synod’s president writes to pastors, sharing his thoughts about how that decision could affect them.
Daily News: The Battle of Indiana and the Promise of Battles to Come
“The battle is not between gay rights and religious liberty—although religious liberty is certainly at stake—but between the sexual revolution and Christianity itself.”
DOXOLOGY: Finding Lutheran ‘voice’ on same-sex issues
Hosted by DOXOLOGY, the “Finding Our Voice” National Insight conference is set for Aug. 12-13 at Saint Louis University.
ADF legal counsel to discuss SCOTUS ruling in webinar
Jim Campbell, senior legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, is scheduled to lead an upcoming “Free to be Faithful” webinar on May 28.
Being for the Family
Now, as ever, faithful Christians must be intentional about teaching our children what marriage is, what family is and how family remains the stabilizing force of every society.
What does the Fourteenth Amendment have to say about marriage? (post 2)
The Fourteenth Amendment, referred to in both questions the Supreme Court agreed to answer, does not mention marriage specifically.
Marriage at the High Court (post 1)
Thus, God’s left-hand kingdom—whether in ancient Greece and Rome, in Great Britain before our Revolutionary War, where our country traces its legal heritage and in this nation until very recently—has agreed with God’s right-hand kingdom concerning the conjugal view of marriage. It is this harmony between the left-hand kingdom’s view of marriage and the right-hand kingdom’s view that is hanging in the balance in the cases now pending before the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court Set to Rule on Marriage
What’s coming next: This week, the Supreme Court began hearing oral argument on same-sex marriage as it pertains to states’ rights. The court is set to announce its decision in June. What the ruling could mean for you: The Court…
Girgis reminds LCMS: ‘Your gut instincts are sound’
“The people in the best position to … [speak about marriage] are in the church,” Sherif Girgis, co-author of “What Is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense,” explains in a Sept. 11 webinar.
‘March for Marriage’ draws thousands to D.C.
Participants represent a range of religious and faith-based groups, ages and ethnicities.
May, Harrison call for support of Indiana marriage bill
Indiana District President Rev. Daniel May and Synod President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison are working together to strengthen — and safeguard — traditional marriage in Indiana.