According to a press release on the Vikings’ website, the NFL team has invited college and high school coaches, staff and administrators, as well as local LGBTQ organizations to attend.
4 Winds USA President Steve McConkey and his Christian sports ministry lament that the sports industry is inserting itself into politics by promoting unhealthy and unbiblical lifestyles.
"So, it's basically a total endorsement for the sin of homosexuality,” McConkey asserted. “It's a situation where they're going to have a summit and discuss how they can further the agenda inside the NFL."
According to the Vikings’ press release, ideas and best practices will be shared through a series of panel discussions, interviews and testimonials from LGBTQ athletes.
"If you would have told me 20–30 years ago that sports would be used as a vehicle for the homosexual agenda, I would have never believed it," McConkey shared.
McConkey told OneNewsNow that this is just another sign of sports teams catering to the left.
"Minneapolis is a very liberal center, and I think what happened is these pro teams are trying to please certain individuals in society," the Christian leader expressed.
The Vikings announced that there will also be a reception to raise funds for local and national LGBTQ groups.
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