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Christian Boycott of Starbucks Expands – 2 Peter 2:6

UniteThe boycott of Starbucks by Christians and churches has expanded to include Nike, Amazon and other businesses that promote homosexual sin. Opposing God, Starbucks announced in January that homosexual “marriage” was “core to who we are and what we value”. Other companies also have chosen to disobey God.

Christians believe homosexual sin is an “abomination” to God and “against nature” as Leviticus 18:22 and Romans 1 say. Unrepentant sexual sins prevent one from going to Heaven (1Corinthians 6:9-11).

“Why would Starbucks, Nike and Amazon promote what God says He judges nations for? Christians don’t want God to judge the USA (2 Peter 2:6, 2 Chronicles 19:2),” says pastor Steven Andrew, president of USA Christian Ministries.

“The most important question is do we love God? Jesus said that if we love Him, we will obey Him (John 14:21),” he adds.

“Christians are concerned that if God’s foundations are destroyed what will become of our nation? If you had somebody undermining the foundation of your house, you would do everything you could to stop that,” explains pastor Steven. “God calls Christians to keep God’s foundation in the USA from being destroyed,” he added.

Every denomination Protestant and Catholic is asked to help spread the boycott. The aim is to boycott as much as a Christian or church knows about. Other companies that promote homosexual sin include Google and Microsoft. A company like Microsoft may be hard to boycott, but Christians can pray for God-fearing companies to replace the anti-God companies.

These companies also overlooked the health concerns for homosexuals. CDC reports that one in five homosexuals have HIV, with many unaware they are sick. The average homosexual dies at 42 years and has a higher depression rate, Cameron reports.

“Jesus loves homosexuals and offers hope. I wish every person would receive Jesus’ forgiveness for sins by His blood,” pastor Steven Andrew says.

In his book “Making A Strong Christian Nation” he explains how George Washington made the law to court martial homosexuals so God would help the military win wars. Washington had “Abhorrence and Detestation of such Infamous Crimes [sodomy]…” For more information, see: http://www.usachristianministries.com/2011/11/26/founding-fathers-quotes-about-homosexual-sin/

The Christian majority is standing up again with Rick Santorum’s rise, the pro-life movement and God-fearing pastors.

Pastor Steven Andrew is building a network of 1000 pastors to pastor the USA. He sends a daily USA prayer email, leads prayer and fasting for our nation each Wednesday and is raising money to buy TV time and expand.

6 Responses to Christian Boycott of Starbucks Expands – 2 Peter 2:6

  1. all4HIM Reply

    February 29, 2012 at 3:51 am

    Don’t forget Home Depot they’re one of the biggest supporters and for pushing it on children !

  2. Lujack Skylark Reply

    March 4, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    It seems like the more the USA is entering the Sodom and Gomorrah phase in the end times, the more plagues God is sending against our nation.

  3. Tony Reply

    March 7, 2012 at 5:16 pm

    Boycott Starbucks and Home Depot and Nike.

    Support Christian coffee shops and Ace Hardware with your purchases.

    “The only way for evil to win is for good men to do nothing.”

  4. Tami Reply

    March 19, 2012 at 5:39 am

    Thank you so much for initiating this boycott!

    But, I think that to focus the objection to this company only because they are supporting the homosexual agenda falls short of addressing wrong issues.

    According to Family Research Council’s report of 1/26/12, Starbucks is also in favor of the murder of the unborn; in that they support Planned Parenthood.

    Also, the emblem on their cups, their stores, etc, is of a goddess. It is ‘partaking of the table of demons’. My husband and I were bothered by this, but ignored it because we liked the coffee so much (compromise). However, the turning point for us was when we were in Beijing China in a Starbucks store and read on the wall the story of the emblem. It read something along the lines of the founders’ mother saying to them, “Don’t you know, my sons, who this is? She our goddess, who has given us everything we have, success,…”

    That was enough for us. We have made it a point to avoid Starbucks coffee ever since.

    Now, churches have actually polluted themselves with allowing Starbucks’ cups with the goddess image into their sanctuaries. We are in dire need of the fear of God. If we feared him and truly loved Him, we wouldn’t touch the unclean thing.

    It is ironic, also, that we are trying to strong-arm the ungodly (Starbucks) into behaving in another way that is apart from the essence of who they are.

    The church needs to stop supporting these haters of God until they see they’ve broken God’s law, and are in need of a Savior. Otherwise, isn’t the “change” only superficial? Along with boycotting them, we need to really pray for the Holy Spirit to draw them to the Father.

  5. nathan houser Reply

    April 1, 2012 at 1:50 am

    Wake up America,the night is far spent and the day is at hand!!!!!!!!

  6. judah Reply

    April 12, 2012 at 4:02 pm

    Well as Christian’s we need to take a stand against these God haters.we need not to do any business with anyone who promotes Sin.Revelation 18 says come out of her my people that you be not partakers of her sins and plagues (Gods Judgements)Gods people need to separate themselves from such people.we are not to mingle or do business with the enemies of God.The judgement of God is on America for her sins.God is not going to wink at our sins.the bible says God is angry with the wicked everyday.America needs Revival.It starts with Repentance.Repent and Turn to the Lord Ye sinners while He may be found or pay the price of Gods Wrath

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