Sunday, March 07, 2010
James Hartline Report News Center - Anti-Christian Bigots plaster city property in San Diego with flyers attacking church gathering of ex-homosexuals.
James Hartline Report News Center - Anti-Christian Bigots plaster city property in San Diego with flyers attacking church gathering of former homosexuals. Former homosexual James Hartline documented flyers on city street lights in Hillcrest belonging to a radical anti-christian homosexual group.
The flyers attacked Skyline Church and a gathering of former homosexuals who presented the ex-gay movement during a massive pro-family gathering on March 6th in San Diego. The flyers* also prominently advertised the group S.A.M.E., which is a radicalized homosexual group seeking to legalize gay marriage.
Led by Wayne Besen, an extremist anti-christian bigot, homosexual activists seeking to counter the massive turnout at Skyline Church, gathered at the same time in San Diego's homosexual community for a homosexual hatefest at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral.
James Hartline, who was involved in homosexuality for thirty years, has been making his stand for Jesus Christ inside of San Diego's gay community since he completely left homosexuality ten years ago. His story of faithfully serving God after leaving homosexuality has been told all over the world including a national broadcast on the 700 Club.
*As a special notation: in one of the photos taken notice that letters of the business Hairspray were inadvertently blocked in their totality so that only the word "pray" appears in the photo. Coincidence? This particular business is also located in the location of a prophetic dream given to James Hartline and the location of the battle James waged to successfully shut down Rainbow Road, a xxx gay porn store with open windows that was operating across the street from Florence Elementary School.
Despite opposition from the homosexual activists and gay city leaders, James was to able to better protect the kids of San Diego by forcing Rainbow Road out of business and away from the school.