Christian Wedding Venue Could Use Your Prayer After It Takes BOLD Stand
Christian attorney Bob Flourney and his wife could use your prayer after they took a bold, public stand with their wedding venue business.
According to Life Site, the couple runs Texas Forest Country Weddings and put an ad in their local paper making it clear that their business is not for everyone.
The ad read: “Our Christian faith demands that we not participate in same-sex, transgender or any other perversion of marriage. If you disagree with our stance on marriage, please respect our Christian belief and have your wedding elsewhere.”
As respectful as their ad is, Flourney is fully aware it could make them a target.
“Christian bakers, photographers, florist, musicians and venue owners are being destroyed all over the country by the ACLU," he said. "They intend to stop the teaching and preaching of the Word of God that does not align with their idea of a politically correct culture. Whole portions of God’s Word will be declared hate speech and outlawed."
He also made it clear, “My wife and I have been placed in a situation where we face the choice of giving up the freedom by which God has made us free or bow down to the ungodly and perverse conduct of those who want to marry the same sex or claim they are some sex other than what God made them to be. We have decided that we must obey God rather than man, regardless of the consequences here on earth.”
With his law expertise, Flourney is confident he could beat a legal challenge, but we're still praying for him.