Canadian Pastor Who Faces 4-Year Jail Sentence For ‘Inciting’ Church Warns Americans: ‘The Enemy Is Not Hiding Anymore’ — Christian Research Network

A motorcade of Calgary police pulled over Pawlowski and his brother on their way home from church. As they cuffed them in the middle of a busy highway and dragged them into police vans, Pawlowski called the officers “Gestapo psychopaths,” a reference to the Nazi secret police.

(Jon Brown – Daily Wire)  The Polish-Canadian pastor who faces a potential four-year jail sentence for holding church services in Calgary, Alberta, is warning Americans that the tyranny he saw growing up in communist Poland has spread to Western countries.

Pastor Artur Pawlowski, 48, recently spoke to The Daily Wire as he lingered in the Portland, Oregon, area following an attack on a prayer rally he arranged on the banks of the Willamette River. The event, which he organized with local churches, made headlines when black-clad members of Antifa rushed in to deploy tear gas, destroy sound equipment, assault worshipers, and scoff that God had abandoned them.  View article →

Canadian Pastor Who Faces 4-Year Jail Sentence For ‘Inciting’ Church Warns Americans: ‘The Enemy Is Not Hiding Anymore’ — Christian Research Network

3 thoughts on “Canadian Pastor Who Faces 4-Year Jail Sentence For ‘Inciting’ Church Warns Americans: ‘The Enemy Is Not Hiding Anymore’ — Christian Research Network

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  3. Don't Lose Hope

    I live in Calgary and I am a Christian. Churches can meet online have been hold in-person services with set numbers and safety regulations in place throughout the whole Pandemic. They can also hold services online. 99.9% of churches have been able to minister to people effectively within the regulations and have been happy to abide by the public safety rules. It hasn’t been an issue for them. This pastor was given numerous respectful warnings and asked to abide by the regulations. The treatment of him wasn’t heavy-handed in the least. However, he continued to incite people to flout the rules. Other churches were very willing to adapt to the situation.

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