Free speech upheld in Montana church

The Alliance Defense Fund has won a major court decision for the church.

The Canyon Ferry Baptist Church in East Helena, Montana, ran into trouble with a state commissioner when it showed a video supporting traditional marriage in an evening service and urged members to support a constitutional marriage amendment on an upcoming ballot. Based on a complaint from a homosexual activist group, the commissioner said the church should register as an “incidental political committee,” according to an Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) press release.

(This brings to my mind  a question what should churches and followers of  Jesus do if they are told they can’t  witness, preach, or teach what the Bible says. Should we fight the law or should we do what Paul and Peter did when they said we will obey God rather than men. Read more on the above issue Free speech upheld in Montana church.)

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