Well, it’s been an interesting 48 hours to say the least. I’d like to thank those who have participated – through visits to our site, comments, e-mails and phone calls. And I thought now would be a good time to expound on my recent statements, and how some are interpreting them.
The mission of the church is to care for the people of this community and as Mayor I would welcome that mission. It is not to debate church and state, constitutions or politics, but to “bring life and bring it more abundantly.” I want to celebrate the church for the work she has done, is doing and will continue to do long past this debate.
And as mayor, I want the churches involved in our community, working with government. The First Amendment never mentions the words “separation,” “church,” or “state.”
Our city is on the verge of collapse: spiritually, morally and financially. We are at a crossroads. And I have decided my campaign will focus on the scripture at the bottom of this post. Continue reading