Is the Next Roe V. Wade Coming? Supreme Court to Hear Marriage Case
Today the Supreme Court of the United States announced that it would rule on the constitutional status of state marriage laws. It granted certiorari and consolidated four cases coming out of Ohio, Kentucky, Michigan and Tennessee. The Supreme Court should uphold these laws and respect the constitutional authority of citizens and their elected officials to make marriage policy.
Millions of citizens in these four states went to the polls and voted about the definition of marriage for state law. The majority of citizens in each state voted that the law should continue to recognize marriage as the union of a man and a woman. And last November, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit ruled that these laws do not violate the U.S. Constitution. The Supreme Court should rule likewise.
Marriage is the fundamental building block of all civilization. That is why we are proud to support and promote Weekend to Remember. The Weekend to Remember is not just a fun, romantic getaway—it could improve your marriage for the long-term as well. The teaching you will receive during the weekend is the result of more than three decades of biblical research on what it takes to have a successful marriage and family.
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Here at NFA we distribute our radio programs to over twenty different stations across Nebraska. Programs focus on faith, government, policy and culture. This week, Al sat down with Bob and Pam Stelter to talk about Weekend to Remember, a conference to strengthen marriage relationships through godly, practical advice and teaching.
January 19: Al Riskowski — Weekend To Remember
January 20: Pam Stelter — Weekend To Remember
January 21: Pam Stelter — Weekend To Remember
January 22: Bob Stelter — Weekend To Remember
January 23: Bob Stelter — Weekend To Remember
You can find older radio programs HERE.