Sunday, April 26, 2015

GoFundMe Shuts Down Campaign for Christian Bakers Asked to Pay $135,000 Fine for Refusing to Make Cake for Gay Wedding


The popular website, GoFundMe shut down the account, in support of Aaron and Melissa Klein who once owned a bakery.   The Christian couple was trying to raise money, after being fined by a judge for declining to make a wedding cake for a same sex couple.

According to christianpost.com, Fundraising site GoFundMe has closed the account that was set up to raise money for Aaron and Melissa Klein, Christians and former owners of a bakery in Gresham, Oregon, who were ordered by a judge Friday to pay a fine of $135,000 for declining to bake a wedding cake for a lesbian marriage ceremony.


Just like in the cases of the owner of the pizza restuarant in Indiana and the florist in Washington, God can send people to donate money to this Christian couple. In the meantime, we will keep Aaron and Melissa Klein in our prayers.

Source and Photo:  christianpost.com

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