How church leaders can legally navigate the transgender bathroom issue?

Posted by Terry Wiles in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

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How church leaders can legally navigate the transgender bathroom issue.

5 Comments

  • Reply January 13, 2017

    Louise Cummings

    Legal or not. It won’t happen in my Church. They might be forced to build that way. But I’ll leave church and go home. And then go back to church. I live close enough to do that.

  • Reply January 13, 2017

    Louise Cummings

    No God does not support gays. He loves them as we do and pray for them. God says it’s an abomination.

  • Reply January 13, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Most people do not live that close and do not have this solution

  • Reply January 14, 2017

    Paul Hughes

    Make all restrooms single-occupant and unisex, with a lock on the door, and entryways in full public view or monitored by security cameras.

  • Reply January 14, 2017

    Paul Hughes

    BUT women will not like that, they don’t like using a restroom that is also used by men.

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