The Oregon bakery whose owners refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple is touting an “ex-gay” ministry.

Sweet Cakes by Melissa, located in Gresham, earlier this year was found guilty of violating the state's 2007 law prohibiting discrimination in public accommodations based on sexual orientation.

Aaron Klein, who owns the shop with his wife Melissa Klein, declined to make the cake for the women on January 17, 2013. Klein said he does not hate gays but that making a cake for a gay wedding would violate his faith. (At the time, Oregon had the nation's most robust domestic partnership law. Following a federal judge's ruling in May, 2014, Oregon became the 18th state to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry.)

The bakery posted on Facebook a photo of five cakes made for the Restored Hope Network, a Christian conservative group that believes gay people can – and should – alter their sexual orientation.

“Cakes for Restored Hope Network. What a wonderful ministry!” the photo's caption reads.

Restored Hope is helmed by Anne Paulk, whose former husband, John Paulk, has renounced the “ex-gay” ministry he founded, Love Won Out. Anne continues to promote so-called “conversion therapy.”

In a recent interview, she compared identifying as gay to being stuck in a “roach motel.”

“The argument is you're born gay and therefore you can't change. It's like … a roach motel. Really, is that what they have to offer? Is that there is no possibility of change, there's no possibility of any other identity. And for some that actually is so depressing that they consider suicide,” Paulk said.

Paulk said she was “thrilled” with the cakes and lamented that the “Godly couple” had been “targeted by gay activists and those who claim that gay marriage won't have any impact on other people.”