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The society historically has recognized the sanctity of marriage between man and woman as central to the stability of a nation and its moral posture;

This rational moral view is now threatened by current trends that seek to distort this view toward acceptance of unions that stand directly opposed to Scriptural directives;

Many state and national leaders presently are seeking to reaffirm through legislative decrees and public statements our historic stand on the sanctity of marriage between man and woman;

The Church from its beginning has understood the Biblical model of marriage to be a sacred union between man and woman;

The Church has continued to affirm this basic belief through a practical commitment regarding moral purity which condemns homosexuality as a fleshly behavior and sinful practice;

The Church has further affirmed the sanctity of marriage between man and woman through a practical commitment addressing family responsibility by declaring,

Marriage is ordained of God and is a spiritual union in which man and woman are joined by God to live together  as one"

It is imperative that the Church now enter the arena of public debate concerning this ever-increasing threat to the sanctity of marriage between man and woman;

The Church, do reaffirm our commitment to the Word of God and its ever-present defense of marriage as a holy and sacred union between one man and one woman;

The Church do hereby state the opposition to the rising trend toward legitimizing homosexual unions;

We encourage all people to help preserve marriage as a sacred union between man and woman by living lives that model commitment to the Word of God, exemplify devotion to moral purity, and celebrate family responsibility;


The family is the foundational unit of human society, established by the creational intent of God;

The family is rooted in God’s good gift of marriage, which the Creator defines as the lifelong union of one man and one woman (Genesis 1:26–27; Genesis 2:18–25);

Scripture affirms that such a family unit is God’s design for the nurturing of children (Deuteronomy 6:4–9; Psalm 127:1–5; Ephesians 6:1-4);

The biblical vision of the family is obscured by current attempts to redefine marriage itself and to marginalize the importance of the nuclear family;

The biblical model of the family increasingly is undermined by a divorce culture that sees marriage as a temporary social arrangement;

The biblical vision of the family is eclipsed even more scandalously by domestic violence, marital infidelity, abandonment, and divorce, sometimes within our own churches;

A disproportionately large number of children reared in churches are growing up to leave the "faith of their fathers";

The Church should renew our commitment to building Kingdom families, by the recovery of the biblical understanding of the family and the acknowledgment of the permanence and responsibilities of the marriage covenant;

The Church unequivocally affirms that marriage is a covenant relationship between a man and woman and rejects all attempts to redefine marriage in terms of same-sex unions and behavior;

We call on Church and  parents to assume their responsibility as the primary protectors and instructors of their children and to devote themselves to inculcate godly disciplines in their own lives and the lives of their children;

We call on Church  ministers to proclaim the witness of Scripture to the biblical pattern of the family and its responsibilities and permanence;

We encourage every Church congregation to be intentionally involved in strengthening marriages and families through such activities as faithful preaching and teaching, biblical premarital and family counseling, and restorative church discipline;

We encourage Church congregations to pursue intentional ministry to single parent families as a non-negotiable biblical mandate, affirming that God Himself is the Father to the fatherless (Psalm 68:5) and that the church is God’s spiritual family (Matthew 12:47–50); and

We call on our churches to model before our culture family structures that reflect the biblical vision of the Kingdom of God and the love of Christ for His church.


The family is under constant attack from all areas of life and families are being destroyed at a rapid rate;

Presently one of every four / five marriages ends in divorce and many others fail to produce happiness and purpose;

We reaffirm our position that marriage is sacred and holy and that our church ministers prayerfully and Scripturally counsel engaged couples prior to performing the marriage ceremony;

We urge our families to return to the Scriptural pattern for families, and that they emphasize family love, concern, and communication;

Each local church emphasize family devotions and further, that they allow in their schedules for a weekly family night at home; and that church ministers set the example of meaningful family life;

That church ministers and prayer groups strive to reunite divided homes and salvage troubled marriages for the cause of Christ.


The Church gives priority to fulfilling family responsibilities, to preserving the sanctity of marriage, and to maintaining divine order in the home;

The Church believes marriage should be a lifelong commitment;

God has ordained the husband to be head of the home;

Parents are to provide substance, care, and guidance for their children;

Children are to obey and honor their parents;

The family is the foundation of society as well as the church, we recognize the responsibility to provide family-centered ministries that promote and preserve the natural family as ordained by God;

We challenge national, state, and local leaders to pledge their dedication and support to the families and serve;

In accordance with Biblical principles, we pledge our prayerful support and love for those who are faced with alternative family arrangements, broken homes, blended families, and single-parent families, as we strive to provide ministry and prayers, which will bring salvation, restoration, and hope for a brighter future.



Married men and women derive satisfaction from their spouse's happiness unlike those people who live together without marriage.

After looked into the lives of married individuals, it is found that a married person is significantly happier in life if his / her partner is leading a cheerful life.
It found no sign of such an effect on couples who are cohabiting.
The research reveals the institution of marriage induces the habit of sharing among spouses who not only share their material belongings; they also try to be part of every aspect of each other's life through smooth and rough times.
The findings shows the level of satisfaction among married people there is a positive and significant effect of the spouse's life satisfaction on the individual's own life satisfaction.
The findings also took into account people enjoying live-in relations. Surprisingly, there was no trace of such satisfaction here.
The concept of risk sharing between individuals in a non-marital relationship was found to be almost negligible.
In India,
live-in couples are still comparatively rare even in the metros.
"The level of commitment in a live-in relationship tends to be less (though there may be exceptions)," says clinical psychologist,
ecause when you are married, your family is also involved. Besides this, those who live-in also often prefer not to have children. It is also easier to dissolve a live-in relationship than a marriage because of the legal implications."
According to findings, the trend of live-in relationships has not really caught on in India, especially in the middle and upper middle classes, where marriage is still very much the norm.
But live-in relationships do occur among the upper class as an alternative lifestyle.

One of the major reasons India is admired by other countries is because of the tradition and culture instilled in the minds of our people. This mindset is now changing and taking on a new form because of western influences. That is why such questions are cropping up in our society.
I don't think there is a need to provide an alternative to marriage.
Marriage is a legal union of man and woman permitting them to live together. When two people have decided to live with each other, why don't they marry? What is the need to live together without the bond called marriage?
If they wish to live together without the legal bond, it is just that they don't believe in themselves or their relationship.  They are not sure whether their relationship will continue or not. The matrimonial ceremony is a special bondage of love, understanding and care, which is not meant to be broken just like that.  Marriage itself is a union in which two souls are bonded forever. It's a bond till the end of life.
Wanna save your Marriage? Forever!
Get Married Officially and with Blessings.

We do not favour single parents or live-in relationship and  divorce!

Divorce, Single Parents or Live-in relationship is like a fall from a building of 100th floor and in the midway still pretend "See i m bold, smart and not injured yet"
 However, The Bible teaches forgiveness, reconciliation, and restoration;



Marriage is a sacrament through which God gives grace to the married persons and through them to the Church. Though intended to be a life-long commitment, when a marriage ceases to be a vehicle of God's grace, its sacramentality is diminished. The existence of historic vows is not always sufficient cause to perpetuate a marriage.

God calls us all to forgiveness and growth; spouses and former spouses must forgive each other, and the people of God must welcome all in their brokenness into God's Family and at the Altar.

Forgiveness brings growth and healing, allowing for the possibility that a previously divorced person can enter a new, vital, and sacramental marriage.

The church recognizes that even sacramental marriages may be terminated. While the life-long commitment is an important initial intent and should never be abandoned lightly, there are clear cases in which the overall good of one or more of the married individuals, the children, and others may be better served by a termination of the marriage. There are also cases in which such overall good is not as easily ascertained but in which, nonetheless, it may be a distinct possibility that divorce is the best option. In many cases only the marriage partners themselves are in a position to determine this. We believe that God is more interested in the overall good than in rigid obedience to commitments, even solemn, sacramental commitments. For this reason we recognize the validity of divorce, even though we understand it is the result of human sin.

Furthermore, we recognize that after such a divorce, life goes on. In many cases, such a productive continuance of life may include marriage to another person. As with persons who have never been married, the primary considerations for a second marriage are the same: benefits to the individuals, benefits to the ministry of the Church, benefits to others (including previous and potential children), and an intent of life-long commitment. We should not be in the position of limiting God's ability to bless through the sacrament of marriage simply because one had been involved in a previous marriage.

The church should not be afraid to publicly acknowledge the termination of a marriage. In many cases, such an admission and its associated focus on the future is a valuable healing process and a means to propel the divorced people, their families, and their friends into the regained positive outlook it is intended to provide.



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Crying out for more of You
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Fresh fire let it fall
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Send Your Spirit like a rushing wind
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Send Your Spirit like a rushing wind
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