Church Announcement: Take A Stand For Holiness!

Reader, Dr. King once said "We will have to repent in this generation not merely for the hateful words and actions of the bad people but for the appalling silence of the good people."

Bishop Emanuel Berry and Bishop Dr. Kendall Baker along with many other clergy and laity, are having a press conference Monday  January 9, 2017, @ 1:00pm at 8304 Sunbury, Houston Texas, concerning the passive attitudes of the mainstream church and their leaders concerning Kim Burrell. 

" There are times when we see things hear things that we know are not of God, yet we turn a cheek and say nothing against it...some may say it's not my place, I dont want to get involved....But I believe it's in those instances that our SILENCE can be SO LOUD....we ought to do what Pastor John Pee Kee said.....Stand for Holiness Stand for Righteousness And be counted among them That shall reign with Him You stand When friends are gone Stand when you're all alone And believe He shall receive His own!!!!! 

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  1. Thank You JESUS. It's About Time. That some of these Black Preacher's Take A Stand For Holiness. Cause its Holiness Or Hell. God made Adam and Eve . Male and Feamale in that order. Not Adam and Steve Not Eve and Yvette. God is going to hold these Preachers accountable for not doing what they say that have been called to do.

  2. What about this "white" husband and wife, the threats to their BUSINESS and livelihood?

    Fearing future legal battles, the owners of a successful Christian bakery in Indianapolis who declined to bake wedding cakes for same-sex couples have decided to shut down their business.

    Last March the husband and wife team of Randy and Trish McGath came under fire after declining to bake a cake for gay couple Shane Laney and Mike Stephens on the basis of religious grounds.

    A local television station picked up the story, and the very next day “Facebook and Twitter hummed with outrage,” according to reports. “I think it is awful and terrible how you would discriminate,” wrote one Facebook user. “Sooo very sad,” wrote another.

    Their business, called 111 Cakery, was located near a hub of gay culture in Indianapolis. Around the corner from the bakery is the Varsity Lounge, the city’s oldest gay bar, and there is another gay bar just a couple blocks away.

    The McGaths, who are practicing Baptist Christians, said they were well aware of the neighborhood’s gay reputation when they opened their bakery there in 2012 and had no problem serving many gay customers. In this case, however, they made an exception because they “just didn’t want to be party to a commitment ceremony” because the event reflected “a commitment to sin.”

    In explaining their decision on Facebook, the couple said: “It was not that we wanted to deny them a cake, it’s just tough to create something that goes against your beliefs.”

    Despite this notorious incident, the 111 Cakery continued to do a brisk business and the couple received a generous show of community support after taking a stand on their faith. According to Randy, “we had people from all over — from Brownsburg and Lafayette,” which are 15 and 60 miles away.

    One woman told McGath, “I seen y’all on TV, and I’m not mad with you. I feel the same way.” As she was leaving the bakery, another woman turned to a reporter and said, “tolerance goes both ways.”

    Last October, however, same-sex marriage was legalized in Indiana, and the couple apparently concluded there would likely be further controversies. Though they had avoided the unpleasantness of a legal battle this time, they decided it was best to move on.

    Not long ago a similar case didn’t end well, when an Oregon bakery, Sweet Cakes by Melissa, declined to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple. Earlier this month the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries ruled that Aaron and Melissa Klein, the owners of the bakery, will have to pay the lesbian couple up to $150,000, pending a hearing on March 10.

    Trish McGath, who did most of the baking, also expressed a desire to spend more time with the couple’s four grandchildren. According to her husband the business “was wearing her out.” She has been taking a break from working since Dec. 31 when the bakery went out of business, he said.

    A message on the bakery’s website reads, “We have decided not to renew our lease so we are now closed. We want to thank everyone for your patronage, support and friendship. It has been a true pleasure to serve you. Eph 2:8.”

    McGath now sells recreational vehicles and has no regrets over his decision. “There was zero hate here,” he said. “We were just trying to be right with our God. I was able to speak to many homosexuals in the community and to speak our opinion and have a civil conversation. I’m still in touch with some.”

    Why are these pastors choosing to come against sin for KIM? Is it because she is BLACK? KIM is still going to get HER MONEY! Why didn't they take up for their fellow-minister in the Gospel ELDER CARTER, who has been blackballed by COGIC?

    They may need to take several seats...IJS

    1. Sorry, Anonymous but this is not the same thing. Kim Burrell is being attacked for speaking what thus said the Lord......this couple who owned the bakery was guilty of discriminating against the gay couple. You can't discriminate against any one in this country based on race, religion, or sex, and get away with it.Its good they were shut down! Its unlawful to have a public business and discriminate.

    2. Lorene, it IS THE SAME THING. How is it good that "Sweet Cakes by Melissa" was shut down?? Are you kidding?? Melissa baked MANY generic cakes for gay and straight customers. The ISSUE was baking a "WEDDING CAKE for a gay couple! God abhors homosexuality! What PART of that, DON'T YOU UNDERSTAND???!

      You either stand for God in ALL situations or pick & choose...When you pick & choose, that means YOU ARE LUKEWARM!!

      Alrighty then...tell a Black bakery that they have to bake a cake with the KKK on it saying "Ban all N------" In your perverted logic, you would side with the Klansmen if the Black bakery refused to bake a kkk cake!!

      The bakers were being attacked for speaking what thus said the Lord......they flat out told the couple that they would bake a regular cake...But not a wedding cake with TWO WOMEN ON IT!!

      The refused because and were attacked for speaking what thus SAID THE LORD!!!

    3. Yall forgets , this was not a "Christian" bakery . They were professed Christians . That puts a lot of us in the same category . If laws like this stand most of us would be punished for being Black and a Christian .


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