NAMB sues Georgia town over plans for new $10 million Send Relief ministry center

By The Christian Post

The City Hall Annex of Clarkston, Georgia | Wikimedia Commons / Thomson200

The Southern Baptist Convention's North American Mission Board is suing the city of Clarkston, Georgia as the town's city council stands in the way of plans related to a proposed $10 million Send Relief ministry center.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the lawsuit was filed last week in the Superior Court of DeKalb County. 

The document accuses the Clarkston government of unlawfully halting progress on a proposed missionary center by not approving a permit allowing the SBC entity to demolish two uninhabitable homes from the early 1900s located on property that it owns.

Source:The Christian Post