May 5 2014 by L.A. Williams, Christian Action League

    It has been almost two years since North Carolinians affirmed their belief in marriage with the passage of our Marriage Protection Amendment – an anniversary the Christian Action League believes worthy of commemoration.

    "We're going to celebrate with a lunchtime rally on Thursday, May 8 in downtown Raleigh, so make plans now to attend," said Mark Creech, Christian Action League's (CAL) executive director. (Details here)

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    The CAL is joining the N.C. Values Coalition, the Upper Room Church of God in Christ, the N.C. Family Policy Council, Return America and Called 2 Action in sponsoring the "Second Anniversary Rally," set for noon to 1 p.m.

    "We all worked hard to get the Marriage Amendment passed two years ago," said Tami Fitzgerald, director of the N.C. Values Coalition and chairwoman of Vote for Marriage N.C. She urged marriage supporters across the state to spread the word about the rally.

    Attendees should pack a lawn chair or blanket and a bag lunch to enjoy the time of celebration, prayer, music and fellowship.

    "Our marriage amendment – approved 61 to 39 percent on May 8, 2012 – is currently under attack in the court system, but our victory in holding up God's standard for marriage is no less significant now than it was on that election night," said Creech. "In fact, it's more important than ever that we continue to rally and take a stand for marriage."

    Opponents of the Marriage Amendment, including the Campaign for Southern Equality and other homosexual rights groups, are planning to stage a protest on May 8 with same-sex couples expected to demand marriage licenses from the Wake County Register of Deeds Office or to insist that their out-of-state "marriages" be recorded there.

    "It is extremely important for us to exhibit a strong showing for natural marriage and North Carolina's Marriage Protection Amendment, which we all worked so hard to secure," posted the North Carolina Family Policy Council in its online announcement of the event.

    (EDITOR’S NOTE – L.A. Williams is a correspondent for the Christian Action League.)
     

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    5/5/2014 10:00:03 AM by L.A. Williams, Christian Action League | with 0 comments
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