Missouri Pastor on Leave After Remarks About Women, First Lady Melania Trump

A baptist preacher in Missouri has now gone on leave after a massive backlash over his comments made about women’s appearances and calling the former First Lady of the United States Melania Trump a “Trophy” wife.

Pastor Steward-Allen Clark drew harsh critiscim for his sermon where he offered advice to wives and said they would stop their husbands becoming distracted by other women if they would take better care of themselves.

“Now look, I’m not saying every woman can be the epic trophy wife of all time like Melania Trump, I’m not saying that at all,” he says, as an image of the former First Lady appears on screen behind him. 

“Most women can’t be trophy wives, but you know… maybe you’re a participation trophy.” 

As his sermon went on, he began to attack women or wearing casual clothing like jogging suits and pajamas, and then said they should work on “weight control” and referred to one woman as a “sumo wrestler”

“Don’t ever forget this, God made them to look and you want them to look at you – not some hottie out there or someone on a computer screen,” he is seen telling parishioners.

If you thought he was done, but wait there’s more.

He then went on to make-up tips, hairstyles, fashion tips, and even sexual intimacy tips.

The video was posted online by a woman who claimed she was angry about what he had to say after hearing him allegedly preach similar things in the prior weeks sermon.

The 55-year-old pastor’s church told KCTV, a local CBS affiliate, that he was now on leave and in professional counselling. 

What are your thoughts America? Did he go to far?

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deannace
deannace
7 months ago

Yes.

M Zaki
M Zaki
7 months ago

Think it’s time for him to loose his church. He’s not a minister. Jesus is not the God he is following. His church would be better off taking turns reading the Bible to each other. Learning from Jesus’s example.

JOHN SMITH
JOHN SMITH
7 months ago

NOT AT ALL

rooare
rooare
7 months ago

He should have prayed a lot before delivering this sermon and certainly should have taken a couple of hard looks in a full length mirror.

Andrew Huddleston
7 months ago

He think he knows more than he knows.

LAYNA JAN WILSON
LAYNA JAN WILSON
7 months ago

AS TO THIS STORY…THE PASTOR NEEDS TO GET FILLED WITH THE HOLY SPIRIT & LEARN BY THE SCRIPTURES HOW TO ADDRESS THIS ISSUE. THE PROBLEM WITH MUCH OF THE PREACHING TODAY IS THAT THE LEADERS ARE NOT SPENDING TIME IN GOD’S WORD & TIME WITH GOD IN PRAYER & INFILLING…HIS COMMENTS IN HIS SERMON TELL ME THIS IS ‘OUT OF THE FLESH’ AND NOT ‘IN THE SPIRIT’. HIS OPINIONS DON’T MATTER, BUT, HIS AUTHORITY THROUGH THE HOLY SPIRIT DOES. IT IS UP TO CONGREGATIONAL MEMBERS TO DISCERN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE TWO. THERE ARE DIRECTIVES ON DRESS, ETC. IN SCRIPTURE,… Read more »

Gina Rogers
Gina Rogers
7 months ago

Has he looked at HIMSELF in the mirror lately???? What a nerve!!