A religious holiday display is at the center of a dispute between two Gettysburg, Pa.-area residents and their neighborhood homeowner association. Mark Wivell put up Christmas decorations Dec. 16 which including a display in his mulch bed that says “Jesus,” as a reminder of what he says is the reason for the season: the birth of Jesus Christ. Wivell and his wife, Lynn, were gobsmacked when they received an

email a few days later from their homeowner association asking the couple to remove the display. One of their neighbors had complained the sign was offensive, an email from the association states. “We know that Christmas was about the birth of Jesus,” Wivell said. “I was quite shocked it offended somebody, but I guess in today’s world I shouldn’t have been.” READ MORE