Well, actually, that should read, "LGBTs serving in HIS church!" I heard from a friend in the ministry that there may be some big news breaking in the next few months as the ACLU and the LGBT group may be suing an evangelical church to force that church to let a gay person teach in the Sunday School program! Apparently, they have tolerated gays in the pews, hoping and praying these folks would come to Jesus and shed their desire to be connected and viewed as gay! Well, one of them saw the ad in the bulletin asking for a teacher of the young adults' class, and they applied. The board and pastor politely said, "No!" after interviewing him and seeing that he did not share the same views of the church about homo$exuality being a sin to repent from and turn away from. Once they found that he saw God's love differently in this matter, and declined to let him volunteer to serve as a teacher, they heard from an attorney. Now the church is considering dropping their thriving Sunday School program to avoid having to be forced into letting him teach a class. Plus they are now rethinking their tolerance of letting practicing gays attend the church. They plan to do this by preaching the Word and as it applies to gay relations and marriage. They certainly know they can't remove people forcefully. But, they would cease from refraining from preaching the old views on homo$exuality. So what would you do? BTW - this is not a Baptist church, but one of the few evangelicals that have not given into the gay movement!