Ken Williams represents what some activists say is impossible: Previously gay, he’s now married to a woman and has kids. He says God has helped him change. Williams now works at a church and counsels people who face their own unwanted sexual attractions—but some say his work should be illegal. More>>
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Tennessee lawmakers on Tuesday spiked a proposal that would have allowed faith-based adoption agencies to refuse to place children with gay parents and other families because of their religious beliefs. More>>
Liberal church leaders in Tennessee are demanding the end of religious freedom in The Volunteer State in the name of ending discrimination, but a pastor who opposes them says their views are not the norm.
“Just because it sounds like a church, just because it looks like a church, just because they’ve got people in there that call it a church, and just because they’ve got a name that sounds like a church, doesn’t mean that they are a Bible-believing church,” observes Dale Walker, a member of the biblically conservative Tennessee Pastors Network.What causes liberal clergy to align with pro-homosexual groups’ demands for ‘tolerance’ and ‘inclusion’? More>>
Today, the state officially agreed to dismiss its case against Jack.
This is a big win for Jack – and for religious freedom! Praise God! It has been a long, difficult journey for Jack. He has endured not only multiple drawn-out legal processes, but also hate mail, nasty phone calls, and even death threats. Yet through it all, God has proven faithful. And now, we hope that Jack can finally move on. More>>
Colorado has announced it is dropping litigation against Christian baker Jack Phillips for his refusal on religious grounds to make a cake celebrating gender transition. More>>
State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino told reporters Tuesday that Grenell and his staff were holding a “strategy meeting” in Berlin with 11 activists from “different countries in Europe.” The initiative was first reported by NBC News. More>>
Nearly four years after the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal throughout the U.S. in its landmark Obergefell v. Hodges decision, Republican lawmakers in Tennessee are attempting to turn back the clock with legislation aimed at barring gay marriage in the state. More>>