Two Christian business owners in the U.S. are faced with imprisonment and fines after refusing to use their artistic talents to create invitations for a same-sex wedding. Graphic designers Joanna and Breanna run a stationery company called Brush & Nib Studio that makes invitations for different events, including weddings. Their story is the latest in a series of legal cases in the U.S. where Christians are being forced to comply with pro-LGBT laws.
They have been accused of violating laws which require Christians to cater for all customer requests, including those made by same-sex couples. The Phoenix non-discrimination ordinance also prevents them from explaining to customers and the public why they could only create art consistent with their beliefs about marriage. READ MORE