Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene’s Flowers and Gifts in Richland, Washington, has been an artist for over 40 years. Her artistic talent is making floral arrangements. She serves everyone who walks into her shop and hires talented individuals, whether they identify as “gay” or “straight.” She had provided flowers for Robert Ingersoll for over a decade. Stutzman knew he was a homosexual and he knew she was a Christian.
AFA of PA encourages Christians, through education, to become involved in pro-family issues in their community, state and the nation. This is some of what has been going on in the Commonwealth and the nation.
As you know, the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts put off until May a vote on whether to maintain the ban on homosexual leaders and members. The fourteen hundred members of the National Board will have a say in that decision which would remove the national ban and allow local councils and units to decide for themselves what policy they want to follow. The homosexual lobby group Human Rights Campaign and other homosexual activists have said lifting the national ban is not good enough
As yet another municipality in southeastern Pennsylvania is “encouraged” to pass a so-called anti-discrimination ordinance, the American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide pro-family group, has contacted each Council Member in the Borough of Conshohocken in Montgomery County warning them of the real world ramifications of the passage of such ordinances in other parts of the country.
After a three hour contentious meeting, the Board of Commissioners of Abington Township, Montgomery County, voted 10-5 not to advance the proposed human relations ordinance.
The American Family Association of Pennsylvania, a statewide traditional values group, praised Monday’s 5-4 vote in Haverford Township to table Ordinance No. P24-2010, the so-called anti-discrimination ordinance. Earlier on Monday the AFA of PA had once again e-mailed each of the Commissioners outlining reasons why the proposed ordinance was not necessary and giving real world examples of what has happened in other places where such ordinances have passed.
The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide traditional values group, commends Hatboro Mayor Norm Hawkes for listening to his constituents and vetoing the so-called ‘anti-discrimination’ ordinance on Monday, December 6th. Ordinance No. 998 passed the Borough Council by a 4-3 vote on November 22nd.