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Jennifer Laws Barker 
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Re: “The Vintage church in Raleigh attracts young college students, but does its anti-women stance collide with its public image?

This article makes me so sad. Sad for those who might have been hurt by their local church and were thinking of coming back. I have been a member of Vintage for 5 years. It has changed my marriage, my family, and the way we think about our city and love on them.

My church was attacked. This breaks my heart. There are dozens of churches in the triangle with similar doctrine as ours. There are larger churches than us in Acts29 too, Summit. But none of that was mentioned.

To know Tyler is to know what a humble man he is. Most Sundays he confesses his own brokenness, and wants people to know Jesus more than anything. He lives what he preaches. Stating what you believe to be his salary is in bad form. If this was a better written article, that would have been a comparison to other churches with similar operating budgets and membership size. But again, this article was one sided.

I'm praying for you and those that read it. That they will come to our church expecting to see hate, but only see Christ's love.

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Posted by Jennifer Laws Barker on 02/08/2014 at 7:01 AM

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