CBN News reports (video below):
In this latest battle, gay rights advocates are counting on Cuomo and Bloomberg to get the job done. However, traditional marriage supporters say they're backed by a multi-ethnic network of churches and the people they represent.
"It will recontextualize and reboot culture. Health care will change. They'll force the gay curriculum. It will come into the schools in greater measure," explained Bishop Joseph Mattera, who leads the political advocacy group Christ Covenant Coalition.
Mattera, who also pastors Brooklyn's Resurrection Church, said networks of clergy around the state are banding together to combat this year's push for gay marriage.
Their focus: a small group of undecided state senators.