How One MN Couple is Fighting a Law Forcing Them to Promote Messages Against Their Faith

By Sarah Kramer Posted on: | December 06, 2016

When the U.S. Supreme Court redefined marriage in 2015, Carl and Angel Larsen were troubled, especially as they saw Christians being punished and marginalized for their belief in how Scripture defines marriage – as a lifelong union between one man and one woman.

The Larsens, married for 14 years, have long had a passion to see marriage flourish and often counsel both married and engaged couples. Carl has even officiated two weddings. But as they witnessed the cultural tides shifting, they felt a tug to do more to help promote and celebrate the biblical definition of marriage.

After much prayer and deliberation, the Larsens, who own the video and film production company Telescope Media Group (TMG), realized that the answer was right before them. They could use their God-given talents and business to tell compelling stories about God’s design for marriage. After all, TMG exists to tell great stories that honor God.

As they prepared to launch into wedding cinematography, however, they ran into an obstacle.

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