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Ghost Town | Stoplight

May 15, 2015

It used to be a busy little community, but ultimately the families sold out and moved on. Let Stuart Shepard take you along on a field trip to Keota, Colorado.  Read more

LA Family Forum Web

A pastors group in one state is having a significant impact. Find out what can happen when churches work together on policy issues.  Read more

Barronelle Stutzman Web

A grandmother and florist is at risk of losing her business and her home – because the government objects to her Christian beliefs about marriage.  Read more

FPC Alliance Web

“Dad, it feels like we’re losing. What can we do?” Those were the words of Paul Weber’s son concerning the marriage case before the U.S. Supreme Court.  Read more

March for Marriage Stoplight Web

A teenage boy saw the phenomenally long line of people marching past the Capitol to the Supreme Court. As he surveyed the participants in the March for Marriage, he asked his mom, “Why are there so many kids?”  Read more

Tom Marriage March Web

Tom Minnery addressed the 15,000 gathered at the U.S. Capitol for the March for Marriage on April 25.   Read more

Supreme Court Web

U.S. Supreme Court justices heard oral arguments today on marriage. Some are saying it could be the most important case to come before the court since Roe v. Wade.  Read more

March for Marriage Web

As the Supreme Court considers the future of marriage, Stuart Shepard and Tom Minnery take you to the record-breaking March for Marriage in Washington, D.C.  Read more

Hands On Originals Web

A Kentucky court says a t-shirt seller does not have to print messages that conflict with his religious beliefs.  Read more


Millions of people in the U.S. support marriage. That will be the message this weekend at the annual March for Marriage in Washington.  Read more