The Rev. John E. Hill was elected to his second term as president of the LCMS Wyoming District at the district’s 19th convention, held May 3-5.
Those chosen as “Free to be Faithful young adult ambassadors” will be asked to attend a Sept. 8-10 conference in Washington, D.C.
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.
“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.
Its policy endorsing same-sex marriage was reversed within 48 hours after supporters threatened to pull donations. Now the agency is asking board members to formally affirm traditional marriage.
Chants of “one man, one woman” ring out on the Capitol lawn June 19 as several thousand people take part in the March for Marriage.
The Presbyterian Church (USA) votes to allow gay and lesbian weddings, making it among the largest Christian denominations to take an embracing step toward same-sex marriage.
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone says taking part in the March for Marriage in Washington is not “anti-LGBT … anti-anyone or anti-anything.”
Pope Francis stresses the importance of marriage between a man and a woman at his general audience at the Vatican on April 2.
In a March 13 “Free to Be Faithful” webinar, the president of the National Organization for Marriage emphasizes the importance of defending marriage as a union between a man and a woman.