"My initial reaction was that The Supreme Court chickened out," said Summit Church Lead Pastor Terry Fox.
"We've all been wanting them to make a stand one way or the other."
Back in 2005, Kansas voted to add an amendment to the Kansas Constitution saying marriage was to be between one man and one woman.
said that needs to stand up.
"The people of Kansas have spoken," Fox
"They were very clear in the fact that they wanted marriage to stay between a man and a woman and it appears now that the courts are going to be deciding morality in the days to come."
But same-sex couples Monday tried to get marriage licenses and said they've been waiting for these equal rights for years.
They said all they wanted was to be normal, and be allowed to love who they love.
believes the Bible clearly states marriage should be between a man and a woman.
said the issue with The Supreme Court goes beyond that.
"I believe that it's more than just about marriage.
It's about state's rights," Fox
"The individual states have a right to define marriage and I think they should."
Because Supreme Court Justices and other judges can change throughout the years, Fox
said it allows for inconsistency among the courts.
"It happens to be a very liberal court right now but what's it going to look like in 20 years, and if we allow the Supreme Court or any federal judge to decide what's right or wrong about morality, how do we know that in 10 or 20 years we aren't going to have more conservatives there that will come back and say, 'you know what, we don't like that morality it doesn't fit what I think is right or wrong so I'm going to throw it out,'" he
concerned changing the definition of marriage will cause consequences many don't expect.