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Devout Christian TV Stars Under Attack For Their Beliefs

TV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines, who star in the smash HGTV show, “Fixer Upper” are facing pressure for being… Christians.

The liberal media has always had it out for Christians and now they have set out to destroy this devout family for no reason at all.

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The Blaze reports,

“BuzzFeed, along with other liberal sites, went after the Gaines family this week for committing the crime of being Christian. Sure, they didn’t put it like that exactly. Instead they accused Chip and Joanna of attending a church led by a pastor who doesn’t believe in gay marriage. But, as anyone with even a trivial understanding of the world’s largest religion already knows, every authentic Christian church in the world teaches the same thing. There has never existed a real Christian church that disagrees with the Gaines’ pastor on this matter. There have existed many apostate churches that deny Christ’s teachings on marriage and sexuality, but they are not Christian in any way other than their name (and often their names aren’t all that Christian, either).”

It seems liberals don’t like Antioch Community Church, a non-denominational mega church, the Gaines family attends.  Because… wait for it… the pastor preaches good old-fashioned Christian family values.

Their faith is a cornerstone of their very successful career. Which includes the hit TV show “Fixer Upper” and the best-selling book, The Magnolia Story

Responding to the liberal BS they released this short video explaining who they really are. It’s very moving, and if it moves you please don’t forget to share it — this wonderful family needs our support now.

“Our family has made a commitment to put Christ first, a lifestyle our parents modeled for us very well. They showed us how to keep our marriage and family centered around God. As for “Fixer Upper”,  we have been surprised at the impact of our faith through the show. Jesus said the world would know his disciples by their love for one another, and we’ve glimpsed this in practice and strive for it every day.”

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