Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Sgt. Monk cleared by Air Force after lesbian’s complaint over “same-sex marriage”

Last month we reported on the complaint against Air Force Senior Master Sergeant Phillip Monk that was filed by his lesbian commander because he disagreed with her over so-called same-sex marriage.  At the time Monk was relieved of his assignment and placed under investigation by Air Force authorities.

We interviewed Sgt. Monk’s attorney, Mike Berry of Liberty Institute, and his pastor, Steve Branson of Village Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas, on Faith on Trial on successive weeks.
Today, we received word from Pastor Branson that Sgt. Monk has been cleared of all charges and his military record will be cleared of any negative information.  Pastor Branson also reports that Sgt. Monk and his family are on their way to Washington, D.C., to speak at a convention sponsored by the Family Research Council.

Thank God for good news on this front; and a big thank-you to Mike Berry, Liberty Institute, and Pastor Steve Branson for all their efforts in this matter.

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