As you probably know by now, Barronelle Stutzman, the florist in Washington state who was sued for declining to create custom floral arrangements for a same-sex wedding, has taken a stand. Almost exactly three months previously on Novomber 15, 2016, Barronelle went before the Washington State Supreme Court for oral arguments in her case.
At that time, Alison Howard, Director of Alliance Relations at Alliance Defending Freedom noted:
Creative professionals/artists should not be forced by the government to create CUSTOM work for an event/religious ceremony that violates their convictions/conscience/religious beliefs. All Americans should be free to peacefully live and operate according to their beliefs. That’s why we are a great melting pot. It’s what makes this country so wonderful.
Today is a momentous day for Barronelle, religious liberty, and rights of conscience everywhere. The Washington Supreme Court is set to release their decision on her case, State of Washington v. Arlene’s Flowers | Ingersoll v. Arlene’s Flowers. Please be in prayer that the court protects the freedom of people of the State of Washington.