Equality Act

Why Compromising with the Equality Act Falls Short

LGBT flags, Why Compromising with the Equality Act Falls Short

In light of the very real threat posed by the Equality Act, a number of Christians have offered compromise solutions, most notably the Fairness for All Act. FFA would carve out exemptions for churches and certain religious organizations, though it’s unclear which ones. It would not, howeverprotect the religious freedoms of private Christian citizens who are medical professionals, business owners, bakers, florists, photographers, and so on.

FL Rep. Greg Steube Warns That the Equality Act Is Leading America 'In the Direction of the Evil One'

Congressman Greg Steube, Steube responds after Rep. Jerry Nadler  asserted that 'God's will is no concern of this Congress'

After Rep. Jerry Nadler of NY asserted that “God’s will is no concern of this Congress” during debates over the Equality Act on the House floor last week, Rep. Greg Steube from Florida issued a public response. In his response, Steube asserted that “If we're not on the shoulders of God as it talks about in scripture, then we're on the shoulders of somebody else that I don't care to be on the shoulders of."

Responding to the Equality Act and Those with Whom We Disagree

Responding to the Equality Act and Those with Whom We Disagree

First United Methodist Church of Denton, Texas started a GoFundMe campaign to help the Islamic Society of Denton pay for repairs to its building after it was damaged in the brutal winter storms the state experienced last month. This simple act could serve as a relational bridge across which the gospel can travel, bringing the good news of Jesus’ love to Muslims in our region?

The lesson we can learn from this act is both simple and profound: to win people to Jesus, we must love and serve them where they are, not where we wish them to be.

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