The infamous Westboro Baptist Church made its way to Joel Osteen’s home base in Houston, Texas, Sunday to blast the city’s lesbian Mayor Annise Parker and protest against the famous pastor.
Members of the Topeka, Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church, which isn’t affiliated with any Baptist denomination, gathered outside the church as people entered for Sunday worship services.
The group held signs aimed at Parker’s support for the city’s Equal Rights Ordinance, which opponents believe will have several unintended consequences, such as allowing men who identify as female to use women’s bathrooms.
WBC staged its protest at several churches in the Houston area and also attacked the ministry of Joel Osteen. In order to shield its members from the hate speech, Lakewood Church played music on its loudspeakers while ushering attendees into the building.
A pastor from Christ Fellowship in North Carolina who protested alongside WBC in Houston over the weekend, told KHOU News that he was specifically protesting against Parker and HERO because “it’s a disgusting law that they (the city council) passed, that’s only pushed by homosexuals… Read More
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