The Vintage Church, an Acts 29 church in Raleigh, carries a membership of between 800 and 1,000. Currently there are sixteen Acts 29 churches in the state with five in Raleigh. It is attractive to college students and young 20- and 30-somethings who flock to the church each Sunday for the preaching and Christian-rock music. Porter examines the church teaching and finds that it has a strong anti-women stance. One thing it preaches is that the most important thing women can do is be a wife and mother. Don't have a career, don't work outside the home, and don't be single are some other teachings. Porter also found that Acts 29 churches and members identify with the right side of the political spectrum.