After a “flurry” of activity on Friday afternoon, Rowan County (Kentucky) Clerk Kim Davis faces an official misconduct charge for her refusal to issue marriage licenses despite a court order. Davis has not issued licenses for two months since same-sex marriage was declared legal by the U.S. Supreme Court.County Attorney Cecil Watkins said two gentlemen involved in a lawsuit against Davis and Rowan County requested the charges.In court documents, Davis said she filed an emergency petition with the Supreme Court to have her appeal reviewed by a justice, then asked U.S. District Judge David Bunning to extend his stay on his marriage license order while she appeals. Bunning’s stay is scheduled to expire Aug. 31. Bunning denied the request.
Pastor Kelly Hardway
I have a passion for spreading Gods word, God is truth and the truth I will share. I live in the mountains of Appalachia (WV), Gods country for sure. I am a father of five and a grandfather , and my hopes and prayers are to see to it that all my children know Jesus and his word. Any and all souls I may lead to Jesus are saints in the making. If you are not sure you are saved, then you probably are not. So if you want to learn what it takes to accept the free gift of salvation, please contact me, or any saved Christian to learn how. may God bless you one and all, amen All our love to you, pastor Kelly H. View all posts by Pastor Kelly Hardway