This may not be all that unique... I pastor a small country church in west Tennessee that owns around 15 acres of land, 13 of which are undeveloped. Since that church was planted many of the members have used the back 13 to hunt deer during hunting season. The neighbors of the church have asked the practice to cease, but I am beginning to get some resistence from a select few who believe and have said that they are entitled to hunt on the land because they are charter members, and of course some have threatened to leave. I certainly don't want this silly issue to divide the fellowship, but I also want the church to be the best neighbor possible. Any thoughts...?