Sunday, April 22, 2012

NC: Black churchgoers break with leading Democrats on marriage amendment

 What an example!

Via Rebellion

Bishop Phillip Davis had not planned to talk about marriage and politics, but five minutes into his sermon at Nations Ford Community Church in Charlotte he changed his mind.
Not only should the 6,000 members of the overwhelmingly African-American congregation pray with one voice, he said, come May 8 they should vote with one, too.

“You know, we got this amendment on the ballot,” Davis said, walking to the back of the church stage, then throwing his arm around a member of the men’s choir as laughter grew.

“If I was your pastor, and I was married to him, how many of y’all would be here today? ” 


Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2012/04/21/3189909/black-churchgoers-break-with-leading.html#storylink=cpy

2 comments:

  1. But this congregation will vote for representatives who will enact same sex marriage just the same. Who is kidding whom?

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    1. I imagine a large percentage of them did.

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