What they witnessed inside was not exactly a run-of-the-mill worship service.
Steve Tennes and his wife, Bridget, are banned from selling produce at a farmers market in MIchigan because of their religious belief that marriage is the union of a man and a woman.
(Photo: Facebook) A farmers market and Facebook posts have opened a new front in courtroom battles over religious freedom.
Tiafoe was serving in the second set—it was Love-15, if you must know—when strange noises began to waft toward the bleachers at James T. “Well, that is the most bizarre situation,” said announcer Mike Cation on the Challenger Tour livestream.
“I don’t know how to put this, folks, but somebody’s phone going off in the stands,” Cation continued.
No one showed up to protest that August day last summer, though, and Tennes continued selling organic apples, peaches, cherries, and pumpkins at the seasonal market until October, as he had done the six previous years.