A pastor who leads a Christian ministry that vowed to ban anyone who posts the rainbow flag emoji to its Facebook page says LGBT activists have inundated his inbox, mailbox and phone lines with gay porn and threatening messages. They even keyed his car. The Facebook page “Warriors for Christ,” which has nearly 200,000 followers, made headlines last month after it was reported by Patheos.com blogger Hemant Mehta, the “Friendly Atheist,” that anyone who posts a rainbow flag emoji on the Facebook page would be “instantly” banned from the page. Pastor Rich Penkoski, a West

Virginia resident who is the leader of the Facebook page and it’s pre-denominational ministry, told The Christian Post on Thursday that he and his colleagues have banned over 900,000 different Facebook users in the last month. “The thing about the rainbow flag is nobody asked why we didn’t want it on our page. The issue was that the rainbow emoji is a pride symbol for homosexuality and we are a Christian ministry,” Penkoski said.  READ MORE