A church in Kentucky voted to disallow inter-racial couples from becoming members or joining the worship team. And good for them, because I want to know up front what everyone is really thinking rather than this "Jesus loves everybody" stuff and then get surprised later. Go ahead and ream me in the comments, but seriously. It woulda saved me a lot of time and trouble if "we don't really like autistic people" were posted in some church entryways over the years. (Here's the article. And no, I'm not saying it's nice, or that I agree with it.)
My question: why is the white father of the young woman in the ruckus still serving as church secretary? Are jobs that scarce in this economy that he's waiting to find another before he leaves? Is he staying and hoping that he can make some positive change? Is he staying so he can somehow sue corporate (oh, headquarters, whatever they call it)? Why did any of these people stay long enough to be voted about? I'm thinking brush the dust off your feet and move on.