We live in a rural area of Kansas, far from the booming Kansas City, Wichita, or Topeka areas. Our little corner has a university and is working toward a casino. We have churches of all types and flavors, lots of farms, lots of small businesses.
We also have lots of liberalism for a conservative state.
This morning while thumbing through the local newspaper, hubby and I ran across an article that highly praised the social work student group on the campus of Pittsburg State University, which is just a few miles away. What did they do that was so glorious as to get a glowing article?
They held signs and circled a street preacher, working hard to keep people away from him and keep people from hearing the Gospel.
These are mostly 20 something young adults who have no life experience besides the classroom, who have been brainwashed by liberal professors that anyone who is a Christian, who believes in the Gospel according to Jesus Christ, who trusts the Bible, who is conservative--is crazy. These are the people who will go into the family services system, who will be in various positions throughout the state, and who will decide who gets to keep their children or not. They will be the next group of social workers in the news for breaking apart families for homeschooling or teaching about Christ.
I am glad the street preacher didn't give up! Surely someone heard the Gospel though him, and that seed was planted.
Now, are we brave enough to do the same?
Shared at: Strangers and Pilgrims on Earth, What Joy Is Mine, Darling Downs Diaries, The Modest Mom, The Beauty In His Grip, My Joy Filled Life, Teaching What Is Good, So Much At Home
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