Pastor Brandon Huber is currently unjustifiably persecuted and under tyrannical fire, but we know God has his back. Huber, Pastor of Clinton Community Bible Church in Clinton Mt. (and who is also a realtor involved in a lawsuit), declared, “God told me if I don’t stand up to something this small now what will I/you be willing to stand up for when it’s something bigger?”
Clinton Community Bible Church partnered with the Missoula Food Bank to ensure that hungry youngsters were being fed during the summer months. However, when a flier promoting the LGBTQ Agenda was inserted into the lunches, Huber and the leadership team of the church decided it was time to peacefully reach out to the Missoula Food Bank. Upon discussion between the church and Missoula Food Bank, it was decided by the church that they were going to discontinue working with the food bank but that Clinton Community Bible church would continue to feed hungry kids on their own.
To be clear, the discussion and separation between Clinton Community Bible Church and the Missoula Food Bank were peaceable and friendly. Continue reading below to see where the real issue started,
This year, as well as the past two years, we have partnered with the Missoula Food Bank for the “Kids Eat Free” summer lunch program. This has been a great honor for us to be able to support the kids and families in our community with these meals throughout the summer months. This past week we found printed material in the lunches that we were handing out, that went against our biblical doctrine. After conversations with the food bank, we have found out that our beliefs and that of the Missoula Food Bank do not align. Due to this, Clinton Community Church has decided to end our partnership with the Missoula food bank effective today July 2, 2021.
The REAL issues started when a community member filed a complaint with the Missoula Organization of Realtors concerning Huber’s departure from the food bank based on Huber’s Biblical convictions. Huber absolutely under no circumstances stated the following below, where he was falsely accused, meaning the lie claimed that Huber declared, “Gays being an abomination” and “defilement of scripture”-nowhere ever in writing or audio form did Huber utter or pen such statements.
Huber is a pastor and a realtor and is under the National Association of Realtors and the Missoula Organization of Realtors.
In a recent article Reason.com shared,
“The complaint opined that, based on this, Huber “cannot separate his religious bias from his entire person and will continue to be inherently biased against the LGBTQIAS+ community in any circumstances.” (The Complaint also alleges that Huber referred to “gays being an abomination” and “defilement of scripture,” but Huber’s lawsuit claims that he had never made any such comments.).”
Because Huber was falsely slandered and accused (please see the Lawsuit complaint below) and as he is under scrutiny by the National Association of Realtors and the Missoula Organization of Realtors, he filed the following lawsuit:
Matthew G. Monforton
MT State Bar #5245
Monforton Law Offices, PLLC
32 Kelly Court
Bozeman, Montana 59718
Telephone: (406) 570-2949
IN THE MONTANA FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT
MISSOULA ORGANIZATION OF
Cause No. ______
VERIFIED COMPLAINT FOR
Plaintiff Brandon Huber, by and through his attorney, for his Complaint
against Defendant Missoula Organization of Realtors, Inc.,
- The complainant admits that she is “wary of food programs that are
‘run by a church’ and I do not feel the same way about the community food bank
- The complainant does not explain how the Church’s operation of its
community lunch program relates to Pastor Huber’s work as a realtor.
- The complainant alleges that “[a]ll of [Pastor Huber’s] comments
about gays being an abomination, and defilement of scripture were taken down. I
can only hope that someone else screenshotted it.”
- No such screenshots exist because Pastor Huber never made any such
(We refuse to even quote the article concerning this story done by the Missoulian because we never quote false sources)
Watch Pastor Huber’s interview with Jim White of Montana Gazette Radio below.
Please read here to grasp the entire story published by Reason.com
We urge ALL to come out and stand by Pastor Huber and biblical/family principles by attending the following event. You do NOT want to miss this!