I expect to update this article after I converse with Pastor Fink. UPDATE: Shaun Fink said that he would pray about returning. He gives his best to our readers and reminds them that to “GOD be the glory”.
Shaun Fink has resigned from the Indian River School Board. He resigned in disgust with the acquiescence to “the homosexual agenda”. Fink had just won reelection to a 5 year term in the May school board elections.
Fink fought a strong battle to block pro gay curriculum from being adopted. He ultimately lost. Fink was harassed, vilified and painted as some bigoted zealot, but he never backed down. Instead he took his case to the public and received a lot of support. He contented that 2% of the population should not be allowed to control the conversation.
Fink left DP because of time constraints. Now that he is no longer with the school board and The Caesar Rodney Institute, the time has come to invite him back. His views on the role of government, environment, taxes, economics, and culture are always thoughtful whether or not one agrees with him.
From today’s News Journal
Fink was appointed to his spot on the school board in 2012 and ran unopposed for it in 2013. He ran unopposed for his spot on the board this year, which would have been a five-year term that started July 1. In between him filing for the seat on Feb. 11 and the present date, he was told by multiple school board members that they were not on board with what Fink described as “fighting this permeation of darkness.”“It’s certainly not a reflection of my affection for the board members at all,” he said. “They’re fine people, but either they condone the homosexual integration or they’re unwilling to stand against it.”