Kim Davis Mulls Ministry Opportunity Following Election Loss

Kentucky's Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis lost her bid for re-election, but may pick up a calling to ministry. In 2015, she received the "Cost of Discipleship" award at a Family Research Council conference in Washington DC, in recognition of her stand and being jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. (Reuters Photo)

Christian Post – Kim Davis, the Kentucky official jailed for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses, may go into the ministry after losing her re-election as Rowan county clerk, her lawyer has revealed.

During a recent appearance on the conservative radio program “Crosstalk,” Mat Staver, who also co-authored a book with Davis, said he has spoken with the former Kentucky county clerk “quite a bit” through the summer and believes her future lies in ministry. “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.

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