Kirk Cameron Says Christians Need to Confront Fornication and Adultery In the Church Before Condemning Homosexual Marriage

Kirk Cameron

Christians should clean up their own act before condemning gay marriage, said actor Kirk Cameron, who visits Alabama this month to lead marriage seminars.

“When people get too focused on redefining marriage, you’re distracted from the bigger problem – fornicators and adulterers,” Cameron said.

“If the people sitting in the pews are fornicators and adulterers, the church will destroy marriages much more quickly than those outside the church. When God’s people mock marriage, God doesn’t take that lightly.”

Cameron declined to criticize gay marriage and same-sex unions, saying that’s not a priority.

“I think the greatest threat to marriage is not other people’s definition of marriage,” Cameron said in a telephone interview with “The church isn’t taking God’s definition of marriage seriously. It’s not other people sabotaging marriage that’s the problem.”

Cameron will be leading the “Love Worth Fighting For” marriage seminar at First Baptist Church in Fairhope on Saturday, May 3, from 12 to 3:30 p.m. and 6 to 9:30 p.m.

Then he’ll be at First Baptist Church in Gardendale on Friday, May 16 at 7 p.m. The seminar also features singer Warren Barfield, who wrote the music for the movie “Fireproof,” which starred Cameron as a firefighter. Cameron was a Golden Globe nominee for best actor for his role as Mike Seaver on the TV sitcom “Growing Pains” from 1985-92. Cameron and his wife, Chelsea, met as on-screen sweethearts during “Growing Pains.”

They are the founders of Camp Firefly, where terminally and seriously ill children and their families are provided an all-expense paid retreat ( Together, Kirk and Chelsea live in California with their six children.

“Marriage is still important to people,” Cameron said. “They know that marriage is worth fighting for. They want it to be strong.”

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