I don't know if this is "national news" or not. I know it is being talked about here in Oklahoma and in SW Missouri. So, here is the Cliff's Notes version. The pastor of a large SBC church in Oklahoma was arrested for propositioning an undercover police officer. While he did not offer any money, he did offer to perform lewd acts. To make matters worse, this was done in an area where police are craching down on homosexuals flagging cars down and offering to pay for these things (that is why the police where there in the first place). So of course, this wasn't a woman police officer, but another male. My question is this: How should we, as fellow Oklahomans and members of churches that contribute to the Baptist General Convention, which this man's church is a member of, react? I want to demand that church be removed from the rolls of the Oklahoma SBC convention. I want to take a stand against this sin entering our churches. But, would this be the proper thing to do? In a case where the man needs help, would it be wrong to turn our backs on him? And should we even attempt to believe his story that he was involved in a prayer ministry in the area and was set up? I just know I am troubled by this situation, and would really like some others to let me know if I should be as upset as I am.