Employee to Home Depot: Stop pushing homosexuality

Sunday, March 22, 2015
Michael F. Haverluck (OneNewsNow.com)

In an open letter to his employer, Home Depot employee Timothy Noffsinger, expressed loud and clear how he feels about the company’s promotion of homosexual behavior.

A Closer LookBesides going against his deeply held religious convictions, Noffsinger, a member of Denver Bible Church, expressed in his letter how its aggressive endorsement of homosexuality in the workplace is detrimental to productivity.

"What would happen if Craig Menear, Chairman and CEO of The Home Depot (THD), were to appear at the next board meeting in lipstick and a wig wearing a skirt and pantyhose?” Noffsinger asked. “In the midst of such absurdity, could the Board of Directors function as though there were nothing wrong and work effectively?”

Noffsinger goes on to answer his own question, demonstrating how disruptive Home Depot’s pro-homosexual environment has been — not only to its employees, but to its customers, as well.

“I doubt it … That same kind of discord would take hostage any workplace,” Noffsinger contends. “Certainly, it harms the professional image of the North Lakewood Home Depot store where I work."

Noffsinger points out in his letter that employees have a particularly difficult time every summer when they’re forced to observe and promote LGBT month.

"The Home Depot presentation seeks to redefine morality, and therefore effectively defines religion for THD employees,” Noffsinger asserts.

The Home Depot worker argues that the company demands its employees to deny their Christian beliefs and pledge allegiance to its new LGBT-friendly belief system.

“It is self-evident that what LGBT people practice and promote is perverse,” Noffsinger proclaims. “It is denying God's order of creation, working against nature and human success."

Corporate values trump all

Regardless of the values and religious beliefs held by Home Depot employees and customers, the corporate team at the nation’s largest home improvement chain has zero tolerance for those who don’t agree with its worldview when it comes to homosexuality.

Radio talk show host and author Bob Enyart, the senior pastor of Denver Bible Church, agrees with the open letter addressed to Home Depot.

"In the godless worldview of Home Depot, they withhold treating some employees with their claimed corporate values,” explains Enyart who leads his congregation in Wheat Ridge, Colo. “To this home improvement retailer, diversity, respect, and tolerance do not apply to Bible-believing Christian employees.”

According to the outspoken pro-life and pro-family advocate, Enyart, inclusion and equality is far from Home Depot’s policy — for those who adhere to moral absolutes, as outlined in the Bible, that is.

“Timothy is right that THD is 'preaching religion to its employees' and that 'Christians are ostracized by LGBT promotion,'" Enyart added in the letter.

Neffsinger sees himself as a defender of his faith by standing up to the political correctness and homosexual activism at Home Depot that has rendered all who aren’t in agreement with it as essentially wrong and bigoted.

"As a Christian, it is my God-given duty and pleasure to fight against evil by speaking the truth,” Neffsinger asserted. “And as far as Federal Law protects me as a citizen to be a Christian and live accordingly, I expect THD to honor that.

Neffsinger says that Home Depot’s pro-LGBT policy is far from promoting equality and love as it purports.

 “[T]o have one's employer promote this evil … discriminates against Christian[s] and all well-meaning employees."


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