A General Baptist minister in Missouri who went on leave after a February sermon widely criticized for sexist comments about the weight of married women issued a new statement along with his church as he prepares to return to the pulpit.
A southeastern Missouri preacher went on leave from his church and is seeking professional counseling after giving a sermon that chastised married women who “let themselves go” and held up former first lady Melania Trump as the pinnacle of feminine beauty.
A Baptist preacher in the Missouri Bootheel went on leave this week after his sermon advising that those women who “can’t be the epic trophy wife of all time like Melania Trump” should still try to compete in wifely hotness. “Maybe you’re a participation trophy.”
Leaders of the General Baptist Council of Associations have recommended an investigation of a minister who preached that “weight control” by wives is the solution for marital problems. Stewart-Allen Clark, pastor of the First General Baptist Church in Malden, Missouri, is seen in video clips of