Chelsey Nelson runs a wedding photography and blogging business in Louisville. She is involved in a suit against Jefferson County Metro Government. ADF By Tom Strode LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — A court decision in support of a Kentucky photographer who declines to shoot same-sex weddings is a victory for religious freedom, advocates for the First […]
Chick-fil-A’s association with those organizations had drawn the ire of LGBTQ groups in recent years…
“We mutually agreed to a six-month lease with the Oracle Mall in Reading…”
Joanna Duka (left) and Breanna Koski (center left), owners of Brush & Nib Studio, at news conference with their attorney, ADF Senior Counsel Jonathan Scruggs (center), following oral arguments at Arizona Supreme Court on Jan. 22, 2019. ADF/Special PHOENIX (BP) – The Arizona Supreme Court ruled Sept. 16 the city of Phoenix’s use of an […]
By Tom Strode LANSING, Mich. (BP) — Faith-based adoption and foster care agencies seeking to practice their religious beliefs gained an important victory Sept. 26 in Michigan. Federal Judge Robert Jonker issued a preliminary injunction blocking Michigan from canceling the state-approved contract of St. Vincent Catholic Charities to provide foster care and adoption services. St. […]
Time has run out for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship.
“… as a fellow professed believer in Christ I urge you to do the right thing and make certain that people of faith in Georgia are protected.”
“The purpose of this legislation is to protect the First Amendment rights of Georgians, not to disenfranchise the LGBT community.”