Here’s yet another group attempting to deter Christian groups from meeting on publically funded property. You can check out the story here. It’s nothing new for Child Evangelism Fellowship (a great organization), I’m sure. It seems as if organizations like CEF know more about the law than our public officials or those entrusted with the care of governmental programs and properties.
When will they learn you can’t say no. Equal access is equal access and applies to all groups; it’s the law. For years, schools, public, and government organizations worked to impede the efforts of Christian groups. You can’t do that anymore, because it’s the law. You’d think people in public service, even in Tulsa, would get the message and be well aware of decisions that could result in legal action. We even had a little similar incident locally with one of our own districts last year, but they quickly learned you couldn’t keep these types of clubs off school campuses or public property.
Watch out Christians! The cultural tide is anti-Christian and anti-organized religion. Generations past formerly enjoyed cultural favor, if not cultural tolerance. Those days are gone. If we don’t get to work, change our methodology, and make a real difference in the live of people – we’ll find ourselves in the days of no-access.