North Carolina Churches Vandalized by Gay Activists

by Warner Todd Huston | April 17, 2015 3:56 pm

Two churches in Guilford County, North Carolina, were recently vandalized with pro-gay propaganda spray painted on church doors and walls.

Gay slogans were spray painted[1] on the churches in Guilford County, North Carolina.

Vandalism at a Jamestown, North Carolina church totals up to $10,000 in damage.

Guilford County Sheriff’s investigators said that sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning vandals spray painted several messages on Bales Memorial Wesleyan Church, broke the front sign and some windows, and damaged the church bus.

The church leadership said the congregation isn’t hateful toward gay people and they doesn’t understand why someone would lash out at them.

“I can’t tell you a reason that someone would target this church, particularly because this is a loving church. This is not a judgmental place or a place where someone would ever feel provoked to these kinds of acts,” said Carl Pulliam, a senior pastor.

“Nearby, Grace Baptist Church was targeted[2] with similar graffiti and vandalism–including broken windows and a rainbow painted on the side of the church.”

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