(WBTV) — KANNAPOLIS, N.C. — Political opinions and churches do not always mix well, but a local pastor says he's spreading a message to take a stand. Tim Jones is the pastor of Resurrection Baptist Church in Kannapolis and the sign he assembled on the church marquee is getting some attention.
"As long as I pastor this church and as long as I have a breath, I'm going to let people know where I stand. And I stand for God and I stand for what's right and I stand for this country," Jones said.
Jones said he changed the sign to read "We are voting. And not for Hillary" about a week ago.
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"The sign never endorsed a particular candidate. Although, people were reading between the lines," he said.