Bethany Christian Services (an adoptive and foster organization) is in a hard place right now, because in Michigan, the law requires adoptive services to help aid all families, this includes homosexual relationships. This won't really in pact the organization that much and I'm sure that there are more Christian marriages wanting to adopt than a homosexual couple. Even if they were forced into a situation where they must give a child over to a homosexual couple. The law doesn't dictate Bethany to seek out homosexual couples, being a Christian organization, Bethany will seek out Christian marriages. And this only effects in Michigan, not national/international (at least not yet). This is one of the many signs where it is getting harder and harder to be a genuine Christian. Bethany might need to do a little bit more diligence (which I'm sure they are already doing so, based on my knowledge of the organization).