The expressed view strongly advocates for the encouragement, support, and protection of traditional marriage within homes, workplaces, religious institutions, and communities. Concern is raised about the decline in the longevity of marriages compared to past generations, where marriages often lasted for several decades. The increase in divorce rates, particularly among couples with children, is seen as a significant issue, with a suggestion for mandatory reconciliatory couples therapy as a potential solution.

There is a clear opposition to the legalization of same-sex marriage, based on the belief that marriage should be between one man and one woman, as purportedly intended by religious teachings. The recognition of same-sex civil unions by the government is also opposed. Homosexuality is viewed as a grave sin, yet the stance emphasizes that this should not lead to mistreatment of homosexual individuals. The belief is that while condemning the sin, individuals should still be treated with love and respect. The importance of welcoming homosexual individuals in churches, homes, and workplaces, and treating them with compassion is highlighted, along with the idea that they should be prayed for and informed about religious teachings against homosexuality.

Despite personal friendships with homosexual individuals, the preference for them to be straight is expressed. However, there is an acknowledgment of the need to accept and respect people as they are, in line with the belief that only God can judge human actions and behaviors. This perspective upholds the idea that all individuals, regardless of their sins, deserve respect and acceptance, drawing on religious teachings that emphasize love and compassion for all.