Questions abound about last week’s Supreme Court decision to legalize
same-sex marriage. To answer those queries, The Lutheran
Church—Missouri Synod offers two resources: (1) the latest Free to be
Faithful newsletter and (2) a Free to be Faithful webinar that explains
the Supreme Court’s ruling and its implications.
Jim Campbell — senior legal counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom,
director of the Center for Marriage and Family and a key litigator in
high-profile cases across the nation — will provide answers during a Free to be Faithful webinar beginning at 9 a.m. Central time on Tuesday, July 14.
Campbell, who led a Free to be Faithful webinar in May, has been
asked to return for a second chat with interested LCMS members. Campbell
has been involved in defending marriage, religious liberty and freedom
of conscience against legal attacks, and he defended a New Mexico
wedding photographer’s right not to use her creative talents to promote a
same-sex commitment ceremony. He is also part of the legal team that
defended California’s marriage amendment (Proposition 8).
To register for the free webinar, complete the online registration form, email email@example.com
or call 888-THE LCMS (888-843-5267). Spaces for live participation in
the call and webinar are limited, so please register now to join Mr.
Campbell and your fellow Lutherans in an honest conversation about the
implications of the Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage.
Can’t make it? A recorded version will be available after the call at lcms.org/freetobefaithful.
Explore the latest issue of the Free to be Faithful newsletter, and read LCMS President Matthew C. Harrison’s response to the Supreme Court’s ruling.
you have questions about this email or need assistance, please contact
the LCMS Church Information Center at 888-THE LCMS (843-5267) or firstname.lastname@example.org.