I could not believe this report about a baptist church in Kentucky banning interracial couples . The couple (Stella Harville, Ticha Chikuni) had the audacity to fall in love in college. This is the type of thing that shames the whole Body of Christ, as many unbelievers lump us all together regardless of denominational affiliation. A Baptist is a Methodist is a holy roller in their eyes. Therefore when we see such an egregious transgression as this we cannot sit idly by. There is absolutely, positively, nothing in Scripture that supports such a position. We must voice our displeasure so that the broader world knows what the real teaching of Christ is. Go the the national Free Will Baptists webpage and let them know that this congregation needs to be dealt with, or call them toll free at 877.767.7659.
December 2, 2011
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