Protecting Your Christian Ministry From Lawsuits

Any day now, the Supreme Court will be issuing a ruling determining whether the American people have the right to define marriage for themselves.

The outcome of the decision will not end the discussion about marriage and family.

The campaign to empower government at every level to intrude on religious freedom has only begun.

Regardless of the outcome, the assault on religious freedom is likely to continue.

Whether you are part of a church, Christian school, or faith-based ministry, the fact is that the belief that marriage is a relationship between a man and a woman is now a legal liability that must be accounted for.

It isn’t just the risk of lawsuits that that you should be concerned about.  In fact, the ability for Christian organizations to operate as non-profit organizations could soon at risk.

During oral arguments at the Supreme Court, Solicitor General Don Verrilli acknowledged that it was “going to be an issue” for non-profit organizations who believe marriage is a relationship between a man and a woman to maintain their tax exempt status.

To help you protect your church, ministry, or school, our friends at the Alliance Defending Freedom have put together a resource designed to help you avoid legal liability in your sphere of influence.

You can download this resource and share it with others who you think would find it beneficial.

Just as much as the Roe v. Wade decision awakened pro-life Americans, I expect this ruling to re-energize efforts to protect and uphold God’s design for marriage in our culture and our laws.

But in the meantime, it is our hope that this tool will be a resource to equip you protect your church, school, or ministry while you also  stand up for America’s longstanding ideals of religious freedom.

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