Marriage & Family
Why Two Female Athletes in Idaho Joined a Legal Battle Over a State Law
Female athletes deserve a voice in this lawsuit and the opportunity to protect women’s sports in Idaho.
Do Wedding Officiants Have the Freedom to Decide What Ceremonies They Perform?
As Kristi Stokes developed and grew her business, Covenant Weddings, she found out something troubling about her local laws.
The Source of Our Joy After the Harris Funeral Homes Supreme Court Decision
Do not be discouraged by this setback. We know and trust that God is in control.
Supreme Court Delivers a Troubling Decision Against Harris Funeral Homes
Today, the Supreme Court ruled against our client Harris Funeral Homes—and against women.
The Supreme Court Case That Will Impact Thousands of Vulnerable Children
ADF filed a friend-of-the-court brief at the Supreme Court on behalf of two faith-based adoption and foster-care agencies that are being forced to make an impossible choice.
How Public Schools Are Secretly Advancing a Pro-Abortion and LGBT Agenda
Aggressive pro-abortion and LGBT activists aren’t just targeting churches and creative professionals. They’re also targeting our children—and they’re lying about it.
This Adoption Agency Has Placed 1,000 Children in Loving Homes… But It Faces Closure for Its Beliefs
“I knew that one by one, agencies were being closed down. Eventually there would not be one of us left, unless somebody was willing to take a stand.”