Posts Tagged ‘marriage’

Do you shop at Old Navy? Do you have friends who do? Well, you might want to reconsider before you $pend your well-earned money there again.

Old Navy has now launched a line of rainbow colored Gay Pride T-Shirts. There are four different designs for men, women, children, and… BABIES!

As I was searching around (I stumbled upon this and in no way support it. It just proves how messed up parenthood (some), and our world, has become. Be warned the following comments come from a site that “believes that parenthood, feminism, and critical thinking can co-exist, and that being cool means not taking yourself (or the world around you) too seriously.” Thanks to sites like this, we have confused people!), I found some pretty shocking comments:

I am OVERJOYED with the sentiment. And thrilled they will be in kid sizes also.

Our 6 year old would rock that shirt and never know she was promoting the gay agenda.

My children will likely be sporting them to school next year!

This is VERY disturbing to me… The rainbow now has a different twist to it. The Biblical idea of the rainbow is not this beautiful reminder of God’s covenant of Noah’s day. Now, the RAINBOW = INDOCTRINATION!

10% of the proceeds will go to It Gets Better Project, an organization/project that “was created to show young LGBT people the levels of happiness, potential, and positivity their lives will reach – if they can just get through their teen years. The It Gets Better Project wants to remind teenagers in the LGBT community that they are not alone — and it WILL get better.”

Huh? WOW.

As Christians, should we support an agenda like that? I do not think so.

Of the 1,035 Old Navy store in the United States, a select few will supply these shirts–26 stores total.

SHARE THIS WITH EVERYONE! BOYCOTT OLD NAVY!!

American Family Association

Eat Mor Chikin! – BuyCott Chick-fil-A next week

During the week of April 25-30, eat at Chick-fil-A and hand them a card of Thanks!

April 21, 2011

A few weeks ago, AFA alerted you to an attack by homosexual activists against the Christian-owned Chick-fil-A company.

In February, a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Pennsylvania donated some sandwiches and brownies to a marriage seminar hosted by the Pennsylvania Family Institute. Because the seminar promoted marriage as between one man and one woman, pro-homosexual activists launched an all-out attack on Chick-fil-A.

Some started calling the company’s main product “Jesus Chicken,” while others mocked and belittled the company’s “Not Open on

Sunday” policy. They even smeared company employees, calling them “anti-gay.”

Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy built a 1500-restaurant chain on his “personal and business philosophy

based on biblical principles.” Something else you may not know:

  • Chick-fil-A plays Christian music in its restaurants…exclusively.
  • Chick-fil-A closes all its locations on Sunday…no exceptions.
  • Chick-fil-A’s stated corporate purpose is: 1) To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us; and 2) To have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A.

AFA is encouraging you to “BUYCOTT” a Chick-fil-A restaurant during the week of April 25-30.

When you pay for your meal, take a moment to thank them for standing on Christian principles by printing and handing them the Chick-fil-A “Thank You!” card (Print an entire sheet of cards for family and friends here).

Take Action Now Watch this short video by AFA President Tim Wildmon, then print your “BUYCOTT Chick-fil-A” thank you card!

It is very important that you forward this alert to your friends and family members. If you don’t have a Chick-fil-A in your area and would still like to thank them, you send an email note through our online email campaign.

Sincerely,TimTim Wildmon, President
American Family Association

Taken from: an email from AFA

This is definitely a great FL. Governor Rick Scott is doing. Congrats!!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                             February 10, 2011

Florida Governor Rick Scott Issues Proclamation in Support of Marriage

Encourages citizens, churches, businesses, organizations and community leaders to strengthen marriage

“We are thrilled to see Florida recognizing the importance of marriage to the men, women and children of our great state,” said John Stemberger, president of Florida Family Council who also serves as Chairman of the statewide Strong Marriages Florida Coalition.  “Governor Rick Scott’s National Marriage Week Proclamation is a strong statement about how the governor views marriage and its importance to the economic well being of this state and to its people.”

National Marriage Week USA, which takes place February 7-14, 2011, is part of an international effort that is beginning to gain momentum around the country as more and more people realize how crucial healthy marriages are to society.  Florida joins other states as well as other Foreign Countries to recognize and promote marriage as a great social and public good for individuals and communities.

Governor Scott’s proclamation states, in part, “…A healthy, loving marriage deserves our special respect because it provides irreplaceable personal happiness and creates the safest place for children to flourish and to enjoy the full emotional, moral, educational and financial benefits of both parents…”

The benefits of marriage are legion Social science research has repeatedly shown that married moms and dads raising their children together is the best possible environment for children’s safety and positive physical, mental and emotional development.  Married men and women appear to be the greatest wealth-producing entity we have.  Marriage benefits minorities economically and reduces the likelihood that women and children will experience poverty.

“The Governor’s proclamation sets Florida apart as a national leader in recognition of marriage as a great good for men, women and children,” said John Stemberger, “In our work with churches and communities around Florida, we champion marriage as the one institution within our society that consistently provides men, women and children with a better life.  It builds strong communities and churches.  And it is at the core of the basic economic unit of the family.”

“As Governor Scott recognizes in his proclamation,” said Stemberger, “the breakdown of marriage takes a great emotional, physical and financial toll on the well-being of the family.  There’s no denying that family breakdown takes a great toll on the financial well-being of the state, as well.  Florida taxpayers spend 1.9 billion dollars a year on the costs of family fragmentation as a result of divorce and unwed child bearing. That Florida’s governor recognizes the foundational role marriages plays in our society and economy gives us great hope for his agenda to rebuild Florida’s economy.”

To find out more about National Marriage Week visit http://www.nationalmarriageweekusa.org/.  ClickHERE to read Governor Rick Scott’s National Marriage Week Proclamation.

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Boycott The Home Depot because they promote the homosexual agenda:  http://action.afa.net/item.aspx?id=2147496231

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