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Kris Mineau stands for marriage at national event

MFI President Emeritus Kris Mineau and his wife, Lura, joined thousands of other citizens from across America at the National Organization for Marriage‘s (NOM) second annual March for Marriage in Washington, D.C. yesterday. At a rally in front of the

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Sealed with a Kiss – Spoken Word by Ashley King

Local Massachusetts writer, teacher and home school mother Ashley King has a passion for challenging people to stand for Biblical truth, and one of the many ways she acts on this passion is through “spoken word,” a powerful form of on-stage poetry.

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Same-sex 'Marriage' and Polygamy on the move

As 2013 comes to an end, it seems many of the implications of the breakdown of our law and culture surrounding marriage and family are playing out in accelerated fashion. Judges flaunt amendments protecting marriage and dismiss laws against polygamy.

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MFI Responds to Supreme Court Marriage Opinions

“The Court got both of these decisions wrong, but they did NOT create a Constitutional right to redefine marriage.”   Monday, June 26, 2013 WOBURN — This morning, the Supreme Court of the United States issued opinions in U.S. v.

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Media turns to MFI for Supreme Court analysis on marriage

This week the Supreme Court heard two days of oral argument on the question of marriage.  The cases featured  California’s marriage amendment, known as “Proposition 8”, and the federal Defense of Marriage Act, or “DOMA.”  Given Massachusetts’ historic role in

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Marriage — it’s between a man and a woman

 The Podium Marriage — it’s between a man and a woman By Kris Mineau March 25, 2013 Marriage between a man and a woman has been the paradigm, the bedrock social institution of diverse cultures and civilizations for all of

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Sky Fall: Gender Ideology Comes to the Schoolhouse

by Adam J. MacLeod  and Andrew Beckwith Featured on www.thepublicdiscourse.com March 1st, 2013   Since redefining marriage requires us to deny sexual differences, even school children now have to conform to that principle at the risk of punishment.   In

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