The fight to preserve our religious liberties is real

Someone on Facebook asked the Tennes family, owners of Country Mill Farms, what they believe about marriage. As Catholics, they said they believe it is a sacred union between one man and one woman.

2018_03 Tennes family

Upon seeing the Tennes’ comment on Facebook, the City of East Lansing decided to ban Country Mill from its Farmer’s Market.

The Alliance Defending Freedom took quick legal action on behalf of the Tennes family. Just two days after hearing their request, a federal judge ordered East Lansing to allow Country Mill to return to the farmer’s market while their civil liberties lawsuit against East Lansing proceeds.

The Alliance Defending Freedom has a strong record of success in defending our religious freedom. But it takes money. Fortunately, a Christian group has pledged to match every dollar ADF raises for the Tennes family’s defense, up to $2 million.

Go here to donate to the Tennes’ defense fund:

The Alliance Defending Freedom, founded in 1994, is a non-profit, civil rights organization with a four out of four star rating from Charity Navigator. The group has been involved in 31 victories before the U.S. Supreme Court, and hundreds more in the lower courts.


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