Now, Principal Stephen Plank is trying to put a stop to it before the lawsuits come flying in.
Hell, I would have gone for a free lunch and totally ignored the message. But in Wisconsin are they not preaching too the choir. The Bible belt and what not.
Haha it does. I was always taught not to take food from strangers, and you can't get stranger than preachers.
I wonder what would have had happened if they hadn't offered free lunch.
they probably would've been ignored.
In the seventies when I was on my uppers I used to take my lunch break from work at the St Martin-in-the-Fields, church in Trafalgar Square which offered free meals for those who was homeless or just short of money. I took this charity without any cynicism, they were decent people who never tried too convert me. But that was the Church of England who were hardly pushy Christians.
The food is probably okay, but the the arsnice isn't. Minisota and Wisconsin are home to Lutherans.
Perhaps a government school lunch program is better than religious provided lunch programs - especially if you are seen as an "Other"
'Convert, or starve.'
I find it difficult to believe that President Obama kept and maintained Faith-Based Charities.
I just find it all revolting.
Haha yes, it is all rather smacking of desperation. I just wonder how these women would like muslims or people of any other religion/ cult doing this to their children.
Yep, You have to pray five times a day to eat.
or believe that Jonah lived in a whale. - Is that where all the 'tall' fish tales originated? F.W.I.W. the Quran tells the whale of a story too.
Haha probably right there. Apparently a lot of religions borrowed from each other.
Haha devil's food cake. You're right though that anyone should be allowed if they allow one.