Wednesday, June 24, 2020

LCBC church founder apologizes for 'inflammatory' comments about Black Lives Matter

After calling Black Lives Matter an organization filled with hate, violence and intolerance, the senior pastor of a Lancaster County-based church has apologized for the "inflammatory" statement in a sermon.

"I'm sorry. I was wrong. Please forgive me," David Ashcraft, a senior pastor at Manheim-based LCBC, said in the sermon. LCBC stands for "Lives Changed by Christ."

Ashcraft voiced his criticism of Black Lives Matter during a June 14 sermon, which was broadcast online with the potential to reach the church's about 17,000 weekly attendees.



Unknown said...

The pastor is right!
They are funded by people trying to destroy this country.
The black community gets nothing positive from this corporation.
I have no problem with a citizen saying black lives matter because they do!! But I do have a problem when they are being used by this violent group.

Unknown said...

There are haters in BLM ..but not all.
Not just black lives matter..all lives matter to God..He would have them all seek Him! I agree with pevious comment..the funding never really helps black people..