North Carolina pastor Patrick Wooden has said gay activist Pam Spaulding needs to find a man to “rock her world.”

Wooden, a pastor at Raleigh's Upper Room Church, is an outspoken supporter of North Carolina's proposed constitutional amendment that would bar the state from recognizing the unions of gay couples with marriage, civil unions and possibly domestic partnerships.

Spaulding, a resident of North Carolina who is bisexual, blogs on LGBT-related issues at Pam's House Blend, which is hosted at She is a vocal opponent of the proposed amendment, which will go before voters during the state's May presidential primary.

Speaking on the radio show of Peter LaBarbera, the president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH), Wooden insisted that Spauling's sexuality would alter when she “meets the Lord.”

“I love Pam, and one of these days I hope to invite Pam Spaulding maybe to lunch, and we can sit and talk,” Wooden said. “I love her and I am praying for her.”

“Pam needs Jesus. When Pam meets the Lord that yearning for a member of the same sex will change. … She'd probably make a fantastic mother and would enjoy having a husband who was born male – no Chaz Bono business – born male, and meet her man, and rock her world in the name of the Lord.” (The audio is embedded in the right panel of this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

(Related: Patrick Wooden says sodomy wrong only for gay men.)