Kim Davis to Appear with Others Who Are Targeted For Religious Beliefs

Sep 25, 2015

Kim Davis, the Rowan County Clerk standing for natural marriage, will receive a “Cost of Discipleship Award” this evening on the stage of the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. Kim joins a quickly growing group of people who have experienced such things as the loss of their job, destruction of their business, fines, public vilification, death threats, and jail time because of their support of natural marriage.

Jason and David Benham, who were fired from hosting their own show on HGTV because they believe in natural marriage, will welcome to the stage the following people who have been persecuted for their faith:

  • Kim Davis, Rowan County Clerk in Kentucky;
  • Kelvin Cochran , Fire Chief in Atlanta;
  • Betty and Richard Odgaard, the Mennonite owners of a wedding chapel in Iowa;
  • Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers in Washington;
  • Aaron & Melissa Klein, owners of Sweet Cakes by Melissa in Oregon; and
  • Air Force Senior Master Sergeant Phillip Monk.

These people have sacrificed to stay true to themselves and their God and will be a powerful image of the religious discrimination flooding our nation under the guise of homosexual privileges. Kim Davis has found beautiful redemption in her relationship with Jesus, and no one can make her compromise her religious beliefs.