Christian-owned wedding venue places newspaper ad to say it will not host same-sex weddings
A Christian couple who owns a wedding venue in Texas has placed an advertisement in a local newspaper to announce that they will not host same-sex weddings because of their faith.
"Our Christian faith demands that we not participate in same-sex, transgender or any other perversion of marriage," the ad placed by Texas Forest Country Weddings reads, according to Life Site News. "If you disagree with our stance on marriage, please respect our Christian belief and have your wedding elsewhere."
The venue, which is also a bed and breakfast, is owned by Christian lawyer Bob Flournoy.
In a post on the venue's website, Flournoy asked, "America, Land of the Free and home of the brave â€“ so says our National Anthem. Are we still brave enough to remain the land of the free? We are certainly losing our freedom at an alarming rate."...
Christian couples all over the state and beyond should honor their stand by having these folks host their wedding. I would if I was getting married, but I'm still single at 59 years of age and no prospects in sight.
I suppose this means the Liberals-Sodomites will take these folks to court and start another public debate between Christian ethics and secular community. In previous times the church was left to keep and maintain their beliefs in private, now it is being forced out into the open. Satan must be bringing the persecution of Christians into the public domain for a reason!!
The fact that God allows this to be the case today indicates 'signs of the times' an end times scenario.
John Yurich USA wrote: Well that ad should make it crystal clear to fruitcakes not to even request services for their perversion from those Christian businesses. And that ad should remove the threat of litigation for those Christian businesses.
The LGBT community has targeted places they know wont host. imo, this lawyer is inviting a conflict
Well that ad should make it crystal clear to fruitcakes not to even request services for their perversion from those Christian businesses. And that ad should remove the threat of litigation for those Christian businesses.