reply to post by MoosKept240
Seems like a video or something would be sufficient.
I wonder what the pastors reasoning for this was? Maybe it went something like this.
Pastor - "I have an idea for our next lesson, lets teach the kids about religious persecution."
Aide - "Alright, I'll prepare a lecture on religious persecution for the next time we all meet".
Pastor - "No no...we need something that the kids will actually pay attention to. Something more entertaining than a lecture."
Aide - "Hmm, okay. Maybe I'll run down to the library and get a documentary video on this?"
Pastor - "Video? Are you serious? LoL !!! No! What kind of kids watch videos anymore? What we need to do, is make the lesson seem real."
Aide - "Real, sir? "
Pastor - "Yes, real. I mean really real.....I mean like kidnapping them. I have a police officer friend that will make sure it seems completely real,
plus hes got a bunch of real guns to."
Aide - "Oh my god, that's horrible, and highly illegal!"
Pastor - 'So? Im 100% positive the kids will love it."
edit on 2-4-2012 by buni11687 because: (no reason given)