Kim Davis and Others Stood Strong at Values Voter Summit
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Kim davis and others appeared recently at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. All of these individuals had the same thing in common: their faith and their belief in marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Mat Staver: Recently Kim Davis, Matt, you and I were there at the Values Voter Summit, she was awarded by Tony Perkins, the head of the Family Research Council, what is called the Cost of Discipleship award, standing for her faith on natural marriage. And she was overwhelmed by the support and long-standing applause and the support that she received from the people when that award was announced and she came out on stage to receive it.
But she wasn’t the only one in the Values Voter Summit that had a similar story. All of these others had the same thing in common: they are Christians and they believe in marriage as the union of one man and one woman. And they’ve been targeted for their particular jobs or their businesses and many of these are still ongoing.
Matt Barber: Matt, we live under a constitutional republican, representative form of government and the folks that were on the stage that David and Jason Benham honored in addition to Kim Davis, are representative of tens of millions of Christians in the United States who happen to believe and agree with God and His natural law, that marriage is as it’s always been, between one man and one woman.
And those folks on that stage represent a microcosm, they’re just some of the faces that are a little more high profile…but they represent untold thousands of people, hundreds of people at least that are being targeted and persecuted that we don’t even hear about in their place of employment and elsewhere, in schools and elsewhere for their simple belief that marriage is what marriage is — the union of a man and a woman…
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