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What do you do when you’re a Pastor and your neighbors sue you?

Posted by truthtalklive on November 6, 2007

Todays Guest: Mike Johnson of the Alliance Defense Fund www.alliancedefensefund.org talks about defending religious liberties. Mike is representing Forsyth County to fight the ACLU who is suing the county over religious liberties.

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7 Responses to “What do you do when you’re a Pastor and your neighbors sue you?”

  1. Nancy McManus said

    I missed the beginning of the show. What exactly is the Pastor being sued for?

  2. For expanding their facilities.

  3. Nancy McManus said

    OK. Thanks.

  4. Kevin B said

    Please believe me that I am not trying to stir up emotions as they seem to be running high already on this matter. But where is GOD in this matter? It is obvious that this battle is based in the spiritual, so why not seek GOD’s will in prayer and wait on him? I believe that if it is GOD’s will then no lawyers or judges or anyone for that matter can stand against you. If GOD be for us, who can be against us.

  5. Nancy McManus said

    We are never guaranteed that it will all go our way, even if it is in God’s will. We are only promised that we won’t be alone and that it will be worked out for our good.

  6. Kevin B said

    I agree. There is no guarantee that everything will go as planned by the pastor or the congregation, but because we as humans will it, it does not mean that GOD automatically does too. I do not want to see this church undergo hardship in any way and will pray for them…but I will pray harder for GOD’s will to take place…whatever the outcome let it be to the glory of GOD.

  7. stu said

    some great thoughts. I can tell you first hand that this Pastor appreciates your prayers! Also, I know that this particular Church is a ‘praying ‘ Church. People are being set free, marriages healed and God is at work in the local assembly. They are trusting God and depending on Him through this trial, Please keep those prayers coming. Unfortunately, he couldn’t go into too many of the details on the air, but we’ll keep you posted as things develop.

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