Dunfee said it's not that simple. He said he consistently offers the women help, a chance at redemption.
"I tell them, 'I will put a roof over your heads, and your bills will be paid, and your children's bellies will be full,'" he said. Yet they don't come inside.
The first few weeks, Dunfee piped the sermon outside. But that "agitated" them, he said, and made them dance in the streets.
He said their presence has united his church members and reinvigorated their mission to shut down the club.
"They have now seen the evil firsthand," Dunfee said. "This has just made us stronger."
"Churchgoers, strippers protest one another in Coshocton County"