Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Kansas City Prayers Against Guns

More preaching to the choir and politics from the pulpit. Take a look look at tonight's soapbox sermon on public policy from organizations that don't pay taxes . . . Checkit:

Pastors band together to speak out against gun violence

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - "The world tells us that violence reins supreme," Father John Spiecer of St. Andrews Episcopal Church said. But he is done with the violence in Kansas City. "It wasn't really a sermon on politics," Spiecer said. "It was a sermon about people coming together to try make a difference people can make."

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe we need to be praying that we get a good prosecutor rather than the worthless piece of shit prosecutor we now have. Jean Petersucker Baker is the criminals best friend.

Anonymous said...

Lame. Now pass the collection plate and be generous.

Byron Funkhouser said...

He's habitually lame. He's on here every day, all day, so he clearly doesn't have a job, or much of a life.

He's also a racist piece of shit.

We keep making guns, but the killing doesn't stop.

Maybe, we should try not making guns. See if that works.

Anonymous said...

And what is THE KANSAS CITY ATHEIST COALITION doing about this? Or even saying about it? NOTHING!

Anonymous said...

Hey BYRON, you gonna be at the coffee shop in Raytown Saturday morning? I'll be at the usual spot. Iced Coffees for anyone who wants to join. I'm buying.

Anonymous said...

Pray you don't get shot makes more sence.

Anonymous said...

The homicides in KCMO and most other cities, Chicago for instance, is not "bringing the people" together and it's not about everyone in the city.
It's a certain demographic and the vast majority of murders take place within around 70 square blocks of KCMO.
But EVERYBODY does know what the problem is and continues to be willfully ignorant of it and make believe otherwise.
Maybe a particular group of "pastors" should roll up their sleeves and spend more time emphasizing responsibility, behavior, common decency, and respect for themselves and others to their flocks.
It's not about money.
And it's not about guns.
It's about people.

Anonymous said...

What do you know about a job, welfare fraud? Besides that, you are the racist who hates white people. You’re the one making this about race, retard.

Anonymous said...

Speaking from the safety of his pulpit in Brookside, Father John said...

Better watch yourself Father, I saw a "Nee-grow" walking on the sidewalk outside your Church yesterday. Be careful, you hear?

Anonymous said...

6:11 I am taking the liberty of reporting all possible implied threats to the police. Oh, nothing will be done, but a record is being made.

Anonymous said...

^^ How is what 6:11 said an implied threat to police? Get a grip.

Anonymous said...

After service consume donuts, custard, beer, and barbecue.

Peace be with you

Anonymous said...

^^Oh boy. What a loser and waster of everybody's time. Grow up.

Anonymous said...

^^^ let 6:11 explain it to the cops. I am sure it will be all right, but one should always consult with a lawyer about it.

Anonymous said...

I pray against negroes every day and hope they all die.

It's working!

Anonymous said...

^^and yet your time is running out as well. Weird.

Anonymous said...

WTF?! The "you" in 6:11's post is obviously meant to be no specific person. It's the collective "you".

Anonymous said...

^^who are you talking to? Nobody cares? Nobody replies. Go find a a life.