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VIDEO: Family Sued, Loses Business for Adhering to Religious Convictions

Posted on March 14, 2017 in Religious Freedom by

  Imagine for a moment that you own a business in your community. For years you proudly serve the people

A Gay Man Wants to Help Christian Bakers After They Refused to Bake a Cake for Homosexual Wedding

Posted on November 13, 2014 in Marriage, Theology by

A story not quite as well-known as the baker from Colorado is the one of the Klein’s, bakers from Oregon. These Christian bakers found themselves in the middle of a national controversy for refusing to bake a cake for a homosexual wedding. In doing so they garnered the wrath of the state which found them guilty of violating anti-discrimination laws. The penalty for adhering to their religious convictions has been the loss of their shop, legal fees, and the possibility of a massive fine that could bankrupt them.

The Klein’s closed their successful bakery in 2013 in the face of legal issues surrounding their case. They decided to operate out of their home in order to be able to do business according to their religious convictions. But this family of 7 is facing bankruptcy as a result of a possible $150,000 fine from the state.

But now, an unlikely ally is coming to their aid and seeking to raise enough money to erase any fines and ensure the family business continues.

That ally is a gay man.


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