David Street, father of Andrew and professor at Kentucky Mountain Bible College, issued this call to his students. It is attached in both Word and Pdf. So gratifying to hear professors calling their students to be missionaries in the battle for the lives of preborn children.
Pro-Life Servants of the Lord–
This summer’s OSA (Operation Save America) Pro-Life National Event will be July 19-26.
Some ministries cannot be bragged on too highly and this is the Pro-Life ministry of choice (to use one of the popular words).
A wonderful thing would be to enlist a number of KMBC students and connected friends for a mission to the innocent children of New Orleans this summer.
Please check out the web-site and Facebook for articles concerning last year’s event in the stellar city of America’s 2nd Great Awaking.
Rochester, NY however, is now in dire need of another spiritual awaking. Third Street Presbyterian Church, once the pulpit of enlightenment, now is draped in suffocating darkness.
This year for one valuable week the Blood-Washed Church from many cities, towns and churches in the Nation will unite their light and voice. Together we will stand before the murderous, lugubrious New Orleans death camp and intercede for innocent children. There will be a place for your light and voice.
Hotel Information: Days Inn New Orleans Airport – 1021 Airline Highway, Kenner LA 70062 – (504) 464-1644
OSA block has a special block = Daily Rate is $55 per night (for 2 Doubles or 1 King). Four boys or four girls in one room make this very affordable. Connecting rooms are available and can be reserved at the time of reservation. Non-smoking rooms with mini-refrigerators and microwaves have been requested. We need to ask for them, just to be sure. The hotel will fill early. Reservations need to be made as early as possible to avoid being in an overflow hotel.
Would any KMBC student care to make this a mission’s project and enlist as many as possible?
God bless you. Feel free to contact me. I hope to receive some brochures from OSA soon.
Stating for the innocent,
A. D. Street