Family Research Council Engages the Battle in Springfield

As many of you know, Springfield will be deciding on April 7 if it will grant transgenders the right to enter the bathroom of their choosing. What comes along with that right is protection from those who take offense. If you complain, you can be cited for discrimination. The fine can be up to $1,000 per day and 180 days in jail with possible civil action, resulting in losing your property. This is not hyperbolic; it’s real!

Currently there are about twenty pastors and community leaders who publicly support this ungodly law. Since this fringe group is outspoken and mainstream pastors are reluctant to speak out, they appear to represent the Church. I have talked to many Christians who are discouraged that their position has not been challenged. This must change and this is your chance to come together as the true and mainstream Christian representatives of God on this issue.

The Family Research Council will be conducting a meeting for pastors and Christian community leaders in Springfield on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at the Double Tree Inn from 9am-2pm. There is no charge and a free lunch will be served. It is very important that you register at the following link . Click on the Springfield Regional Pastor’s Briefing.

Some confirmed and invited speakers include:

•Lt. General (Ret.) William G. “Jerry” Boykin, Executive Vice President, Family Research Council

•Joe Ortwerth, Executive Director, Missouri Family Policy Council

•Eddie Bumpers, Pastor, Crossway Baptist Church

•Mark Gonzales, Executive Director of National Black Robe Regiment

•Charles Flowers, Pastor, Faith Outreach

•David Welch, Houston Area Pastors Council

•Dee Wampler, Esq., Attorney, Law Offices of Dee Wampler & Joseph Passanise, ADF Allied Attorney

•Randy Wilson, National Field Director, Family Research Council

•Dr. Kenyn Cureton, VP of Church Ministries, Family Research Council

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