-- President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (Hispanic Evangelical Association) 

-- Leader of the Imago Dei Campaign



-- Says of trans people: “These are people that are hurting. Many of them are confused. Many of them have been through so many experiences and they've had bad encounters with religion. They need to have an encounter with the living Christ that loves them."

-- Believes the Supreme Court’s marriage ruling was “a defacto and legal catalyst for the marginalization of Americans who embrace a biblical worldview.”

-- Falsely claims that marriage equality will put into place “hate speech” laws that will punish Christians

-- Claims (at 16:53) that "we have a moral responsibility to tell the world that adultery, pornography, homosexuality, hypocrisy, and lies will all "take you to hell"

-- Equates "difficult" nature of marriage equality with Boston terror bombings (at 7:02): "We do live in difficult times. These are times with great uncertainty, angst.  The terror in Boston.  Fear.  Consternation flux. The attempt to redefine a God-ordained institution.  These are difficult times."

-- Lumps gays who seek equality with other "radicals;" calls on "devil stomping" Christians to reject all: “We have radical Muslims. Radical homosexuals. Radical abortionists. We need radical, born again, spirit filled Christians to arise. Do you follow me? We don’t need any sissy Christians, Oprah Winfrey Christians. We need prophetic, devil stomping, demon rebuking, blood washed, Bible believing, free-from-sin Christians.”

-- Vocal opponent of LGBTQ provisions in immigration reform; says protecting LGBTQ couples would be the "death knell" for reform

-- Claimed: "The legalization of gay marriage in Iowa and Vermont should be seen as a declaration of war on traditional values."

-- Says gays want to silence Christianity and that opponents must fight back: "This egregious attempt to redefine an institution that God formed is not only a violation of everything that we understand to be appropriate but it is an incredible incursion into religious liberty and religious expression. So I believe that we need a multi-ethnic kingdom-culture firewall to push back. White evangelicals alone will not be able to defend marriage in America.... This is not an issue of equality.  There is an attempt to silence the voice of Christianity, there is an attempt to silence the voice of truth, of righteousness and Biblical justice. So really the church needs to wake up and say, 'Not on our watch.’  We must stand up for Biblical truth. We must vote vertical.  We must look at our legislators and those that represent us on Capitol Hill and say, ‘religious liberty, the family, biblical marriage and life, must stand protected.’"

-- Links his fight against marriage equality to fighting destructive behavior: "To the Latino family, traditional marriage represents the antidote to destructive social behavior such as drug activity, teenage pregnancy, gang involvement, high school dropout and many others"

-- Claims to support marriage equality would be to "surrender Christianity on the altar of political expediency"

-- Signed on to a letter warning that defending "people and groups whose moral and religious convictions forbid same-sex sexual conduct;" the letter warned that marriage equality will compel folks "to treat same-sex sexual conduct as the moral equivalent of marital sexual conduct."