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Vineyard of Columbus’ Pastor Rich Nathan has had enough.
Members of the Minutemen United have been protesting the church for months. The minutemen say the church has a ‘passive resistance’ to both abortion and gay marriage.
So Pastor Nathan got a restraining order against the minutemen.
According to the minutemen spokesperson, the church does not speak out against homosexuality and abortion. But here’s the clincher: the church helps women recover from abortions and accepts gay members.
Nathan’s response: The church IS anti-abortion and against gay marriage, but it has a mission of ‘broad and inclusive’ boundaries.
You can read more here.
What would YOU do in this pastor’s situation? Is a restraining order a good idea? Or not?
How do you/should you deal with YOUR critics?
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