Crazy Kansas “Church” to Protest at More Soldier’s Funerals

It is unbelievable to me the many ways Satan uses the name of God to work evil. The leader (notice I didnt use the term Pastor) of this church is a vessel of Satan and he is not of God. His agenda is one of hate and self-righteousness – both of which God despises. I pray for the families of these soldiers that gave their lives in service to our country. These men paid the ulitimate price so that we can live without fear. Their funeral services should be a time to honor them and comfort their families, but this nutty Kansas man and his cronies are turning it in to a free-for-all. Satan loves this type of thing – these people are making him look good, while making God out to be an angry monster. Dont be deceived, God is loving and He does not approve of this type of activity.

The controversial Westboro Baptist Church will bring its message of an “angry God” to Fort Campbell next month as church members picket the ceremony where Pfc. Thomas Tucker and Pfc. Kristian Menchaca will be among those remembered.

The protest begins at 7 p.m. July 12 at the Main Fort Gate in Oak Grove, Ky.

On the second Wednesday of each month, Fort Campbell holds the Eagle Remembrance Ceremony, a tribute to fallen Screaming Eagles.

Members of the 101st Airborne Division, Tucker, 25, of Madras, Ore., and Menchaca, 23, of Houston were abducted south of Baghdad, Iraq. Their bodies were recovered June 20 near a power plant in Youssifiyah, where they had been manning a vehicle checkpoint that was attacked. The soldiers reportedly were beheaded after being tortured, according to officials.

In a statement released last night, the Westboro church based in Topeka, Kan., wrote: “They died at the hands of an angry God in His retaliatory wrath in punishing America’s godless military for their violent persecution of Westboro Baptist Church for preaching the truth to America about her abominations.”

In March, Gov. Ernie Fletcher signed into law a bill that prevents protesters from disrupting funerals, burials or memorial services.

The law declares protesters within 300 feet of any funeral service guilty of first-degree disorderly conduct, punishable by up to a year in jail. It also prohibits protesters from using bullhorns at funerals.

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4 Responses to “Crazy Kansas “Church” to Protest at More Soldier’s Funerals”

  1. Steve says:

    Beth, it is so sad that we have to spend so much energy negating what these people are preaching. It takes 10 times the effort to undo what they are doing. And since what they are doing is so awful, it probably takes closer to 20 times!
    Jesus preached repentance and forgiveness, not the hate these people preach.

  2. Doc says:

    May I throw in?

    It seemeth me that it is these folks’ contention that the Muslim murder-mongers are somehow doing the will of God. I mean, that’s what follows logically from what they’re saying.

    Shall we call these folks “false prophets,” also? They declare this to be a judgment, after all, and it was the prophets who informed Israel and Judah of the judgments against them.

    Mostly, I think they’re angry and confused. In any event, they’re not showing very good fruit.

  3. Steve says:

    Thank you so much for your comments on our blog! I’m honored to have your excellent thoughts and ideas. Please always feel free to speak your mind here.
    I agree with your logic, but remember they don’t use any logic. I wish they would just preach repentance and forgiveness unstead of hate.

  4. beth says:

    I agree, Doc, they are what I consider to be false prophets. They are preaching a false doctrine to a world needs Jesus.

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