Leo Hohmann reports on the case of Barronelle Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers. She is
. . . a 70-year-old grandmother and devout Christian who has run a flower shop for 40 years, refused to make flower arrangements for the wedding of a longtime customer, and found herself on the receiving end of two lawsuits -- one from the Washington state attorney general’s office and another from the two men planning a same-sex wedding ceremony.
They are not only suing her business; they’re also going after her personal assets, according to her attorney.
"The judge ruling in the case has opened her savings, personal possessions and even home up as a target for the homosexuals who are claiming her personal assets as damages, according to court documents," Hohmann reports at WND.
Christians, however, "are rallying and spreading the love, stepping up with financial assistance to their brethren burned by the militant same-sex marriage movement," according to Hohmann.
Those who would like to support Barronelle Stutzman can provide financial assistance at her GoFundMe account.
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