For Faith, For Love, Forever explores the debate on same-sex marriage in the African-American community and its inclusion of the black church. Despite media portrayals suggesting complete disapproval, ordained African-American pastors and ministers are given the opportunity at a Town Hall Meeting in Oakland, CA to speak openly about their reasons for being for the inclusions of same sex couples, their rights to marry and being active members of their individual congregations.  Also speaking in support of marriage equality at the Town Hall Meeting are actors from the film Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom – a comedy that follows the romance of two black gay men as they prepare for their wedding.

The audience follows an actual African-American couple as they prepare for their marriage as we attempt to show their reasons for jumping the broom, all the while defying what the media will not cover. The documentary gives information gathered from The Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry; its effectiveness as a tool for ministry; as well as its instructions, theories and motivations as it relates to homosexuality such as how is it expressed, what is taught and how homosexuality is tolerated.

For Faith, For Love, Forever offers its viewers a powerful exploration of the effect that California's Proposition 8 had pre- and post-Election 2008 on the gay community.  The discussion of black gays having a right to marry as a matter of inclusion in the church makes for a most diverse and unique topic.