Getting the Marriage Conversation Right: A Guide for Effective Dialogue Book
Before the end of June 2015, the United States Supreme Court will be handing down a ruling on the validity of same–sex unions.
If the court rules for homosexual “marriage,” this will change the view of traditional marriage for much of society, including many of our friends and family.
† Do you know how to defend “the good” of traditional marriage?
† Are you ready to get engaged in this battle for the future of marriage?
† Are you ready to tell Jesus you fought “this good fight” in defense of marriage and family?
† Do you feel like you’ve been on the sidelines for too long?
† Maybe you agree with the good of traditional marriage but aren’t sure how to explain it?
The future of God’s plan for marriage and family may hang in the balance... Is all lost? What’s the solution?
2 copies of this easy–to–read book will be sent to you FREE when you offer your financial support to The Terry & Jesse Show. Getting the Marriage Conversation Right: A Guide for Effective Dialogue will teach you how to promote and defend traditional marriage in non-religious terms.
It’s a great how–to guide to answer their tough questions that you’ve struggled with as author William May shows you how to avoid making this a gay vs. Christian issue, how to define the rights of children, and also includes a substantial section of FAQs at the heart of the conflict.
May’s book will certainly help you explain why only traditional marriage unites kids with their moms and dads and why this part of God’s design has been recognized by every culture, society, and religion.
While supplies last, get these resources and help us begin to rebuild a marriage culture!
Paperback: 82 pages
Publisher: Emmaus Road Publishing, Nov. 2012
Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.9 x 0.2 inches
"There is a lot of food for thought packed into this little booklet, which intended to be a practical guide to help the laity navigate the confusion about marriage in conversations with their family and friends. I believe you will find it to be a very valuable resource." —Most Rev. Salvatore J. Cordileone Archbishop of San Francisco Chairman, USCCB Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage
"This communication guide is an invaluable resource for answering questions and explaining what is at stake for the future of marriage and the rights of children if marriage is redefined. Every family should have one." —Raymond L. Flynn, former U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican and Mayor of Boston
"The break–down of the family through artificial contraception and divorce/remarriage has been a social fact of life for decades now. Unfortunately, that situation has not been helped by ecclesiastical silence on the issues, in all too many cases. The current drive to re–define marriage itself is a logical conclusion to this confusion but also gives people of faith and those simply of intelligence and good will a golden opportunity to re-visit all of the aspects of what constitutes a true marriage, benefitting children and society–at–large. William May has provided a wonderful guide for discussing marriage in the public forum, without having recourse to biblical or other theological points of reference. For that reason alone, it is a most valuable contribution to a conversation which is not going away any time soon." —Rev. Peter M. J. Stravinskas, Ph.D., S.T.D. Editor, The Catholic Response
About the Author
William B. May is founder, president, and CEO of Catholics for the Common Good, a lay apostolate for the evangelization of culture. He is a sought-after speaker on marriage, family, culture, and the imperative of regaining the offense to promote the centrality and integrity of marriage for children and society. In 2008, May and Catholics for the Common Good were asked by the California Catholic Conference to lead Catholics for Protect Marriage, the lay Catholic response to the Proposition 8 effort that successfully restored the definition of marriage between a man and a woman in California.
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