(USA TODAY) -- Kim Davis, the Kentucky official jailed for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, lost her re-election as Rowan county clerk last week. But she may perhaps have a higher calling: Christian ministry.
Her lawyer, Mat Staver, appeared Thursday on "Crosstalk," a conservative radio program, discussing his client's future. Staver co-wrote a book with Davis and said he's spoken with her "quite a bit" through the summer.
"Frankly, I think what she's going to do and where she's been wanting to go is in some form of ministry," Staver said. "And so I think that's where the Lord is leading her at this time."
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