HOW MANY of these measures has YOUR CHURCH already taken?

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HOW MANY of these measures has YOUR CHURCH already taken?

8 Things Christian Believers and Churches Can Do in Light of Recent SCOTUS Ruling on LGBT 

8 Things Christian Believers and Churches Can Do in Light of Recent SCOTUS Ruling on LGBT

Ed Brewer [08/22/2015 1:56 PM]
Almost all to one degree or another

John Kissinger [08/22/2015 1:56 PM]
Do you have Brotherhood Mutual?

Ed Brewer [08/22/2015 2:03 PM]
Yes

7 Comments

  • Reply August 24, 2016

    Jon Ray

    Contact your congressman/senator for available options. Write your governor without hesitation
    Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill allowing clergy to refuse to officiate same sex ceremonies
    Texas Attorney General fights back against Supreme Court
    First Amendment Defense Act Sen. Mike Lee of Utah introduced http://money.cnn.com/2016/08/17/news/companies/target-bathroom-transgender/index.html?category=companies

  • Reply June 20, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Street Preacherz Angel Ruiz Dana Hall Daniel Blaylock

  • Reply June 20, 2017

    Street Preacherz

    You can get married. if you can get through the pastor. We got a guy been trying to get water baptised a year now!

  • Reply June 21, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Let’s all go down to the river
    There’s a man who’s walking on the water
    Come along with me I want to see
    This man walking on the water

  • Reply June 21, 2017

    Daniel Blaylock

    Our council passed a policy stating that we consider a wedding to be a service of worship; therefore, no wedding may occur on our properties that violate our denomination’s doctrinal standards concerning marriage. The COG has a clearly written statement of faith concerning our beliefs about both the sinfulness of homosexual practice and the requirement that marriage be a lifelong union of one biological male and one biological female, and that such gender is determined and permanently set by God from birth.

    Secondly, since a wedding is considered a worship service, no one may officiate/perform a wedding ceremony on our properties without the invitation of our senior pastor or written permission of our administrative bishop.

    Thirdly, since marriage is a “holy estate which is not to entered into lightly or unadvisedly”, no couple may be married on our properties without completing a pre-marital counseling course with our senior pastor or one whom he appoints.

  • Reply June 21, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Would you mind posting the text of theses statements here pls? One workaround other pastors have found useful is a prescribed insurance policy by Brotherhood Mutual who unlike most denominations out there has actually handled gay-wedding lawsuits on church properties

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