Typical of God’s church in Jackson Hole is a compromised Gospel.  Here you can see for yourself that the “evangelical” Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Jackson Hole has no problem with the killing of babies in their mother’s womb.  You can either be pro-life or pro-choice in his pathetic world and still be a “Christian.”  What matters is, are you being “civil, compassionate, and loving!”  He joins hands with the apostate St. John’s Episcopal Church in Jackson Hole that believes abortion, homosexuality, Islam, and sex with anything that moves, is the fruit of the spirit

If you have ever wondered why the people in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, are so angry when one dares to shine the light of truth in the streets – it is because it has never been done.  This Pastor is no more a Christian than he is a poached egg!

God help us!     ~ Flip

Here is the pdf of our full page ad in Jackson.

It rocked the “church” in Jackson, Wyoming.  It needed some shaking, in Jesus’ Name.

Enjoy ~ Flip


You can read this story via the Jackson Hole Daily here!

Press Release

May 17, 2012

 For Immediate Release:

 Memorial Service for the Unborn Killed In Wyoming

 There is only one abortion Mill in Wyoming where children in the womb are murdered, but the blood of the innocent still flows in this land.  The death of even one child grieves the righteous God. While we are laughing, partying and singing our praises, their blood cries out to a just God who said to Babylon:

Because you rejoice and are glad,   you who pillage my inheritance,because you frolic like a heifer threshing grain and neigh like stallion your mother will be greatly ashamed; she who gave you birth will be disgraced.

We may not hear the silent scream of the child being murdered in the womb but God does.  We will memorialize the 55 million of these innocents who have died in the U.S. particularly those who died in Wyoming and cry out to God in repentance because we knew and did nothing. 

What:                Memorial for Unborn killed in Wyoming

Address:         The Square, Jackson Hole Wyoming

Date:                 Friday, May 18, 2012

Time:               1:30 PM


Contact:          Dr. Pat McEwen (321) 431 3962       

We began the day with witness on the road in front of the high school. Although there were a few people who took literature and a very few tentative waves the reception was pretty icy.  Many of the people driving by wore the “united” t-shirts with the slogan Civility, compassion, love or displayed the signs with the same slogan but they were far from civil.  A card they carried listed a number of “don’ts” including anger and even offered a help line if you could not control that anger.  It is interesting that those who do not know Jesus cannot control their anger nor forgive.

The next venue was the public sidewalk in front of the strip mall where Dr. Blue kills babies in the only killing center in Wyoming.  We brought signs, praise, preaching and the  Word of God right to the gates of hell to petition the Lord to have mercy on both Wyoming and our nation and stop the shedding of innocent blood in the streets of America.  Our nation is in grave danger.  Blood flows in our streets, our economy is bleeding to death and our children are being murdered in abortion clinics in every state of the union because we have forgotten His law.

  “my people are destroyed from lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge,  I also reject you as my priests; because you have ignored the law  of your God, I also will ignore your children.”  Hosea 4:6

We began Word in Warfare and started to read the entire Bible through at the very gates of hell for six hours. Our group ended the day’s reading in Joshua 20, the Cities of refuge!  Perhaps the Lord will have mercy on us and Wyoming will become the first State of Refuge – the first abortion free state. 

The “united” planned to divert traffic from us with detour sign to avoid the protestors but most just passed through because of curiosity.  

There were many opportunities to witness and the police were remarkably professional.  Jeremy & Felice who were so faithful to stand after we left Jackson Hole last year prepared the way for us.  Even though Felice lost her brother in a tragic fire the night before we arrived they were servants to all.  What a great example of the true Christianity!

There is a tremendous oppressive spirit over the city and it is so dark and heavy we could feel it.  It was so obvious that we war not with flesh and blood but with the powers and principalities who rule over this city.

 We have now given the city of Jackson,Wyoming, the reason for our return to the gates of hell May 16-20, 2012. Here is the ad in the Jackson Hole Daily’s newspaper.  ~ Flip

 “It saddens our hearts that the Boy Scouts of America, of which I am one, cannot attend their annual “Elkfest” in Jackson Hole this year because parents are concerned about a sin in this city that the eyes of their Boy Scouts might see.  It is agonizingly hard to cover up the murder of little children when you have gentle Christians bringing this grotesque sin to light in the streets.

“If something is so ugly that we don’t want our children to see it, perhaps we ought to stop doing it!” Read it here via planetjh.com ~ Flip

Believe it or not, we are going back to Jackson, Wyoming.  They are calling our return, “The Second Coming!”  Brilliant, simply brilliant – such scorners and mockers.  Just like the picture below, it demonstrates the narcissistic behavior of those who are surrounded North, South, East, and West, by themselves.  The young man posing for this picture shows a blatant disregard for the children Brent Blue “chooses” to kill.  If his momma had “chosen” to kill him and used Brent Blue as the instrument to do the butchery, he wouldn’t be posing for any pictures.

The shallow and vacuous reasoning of man left on his own without God or any standard but “what’s right in his own eyes” is the door opener for social Darwinism.  This is Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Survival of the fittest baby!  Yeaaahhh!  More from the fit and less from the unfit.  Leave the weakest and most helpless to die.  They’d only be a drain on “the herd” anyway.  The animalistic folks in Jackson learned all of this from their great friend and “god,” the Elk.  The Elk always force the weak or sickly outside the protection of the herd to die or be devoured by wolves.

Have you ever noticed that there is a difference between man and the animals.  Though it has become increasingly difficult to distinguish that difference in Jackson Hole, the difference, nevertheless, does exist.  A wolf doesn’t feel guilty when it kills.  The herd doesn’t feel guilty when it leaves the weak and helpless to fend for themselves.  The herd is never friendly to outsiders.  The strong live and the weak die.

Talking about the weak and the least Jesus said, “…whatsoever you have done to the least of these my brethren you have done it to me.  … whatsoever you have not done for the least of these my brethren you have not done it for me.” Matthew 25: 34-46.  Why are we concerned for the weak when animals are not?  Because we are created in God’s image.  We can’t escape it.

His law, no matter how eroded over time, is written on our hearts.  We know instinctively that we are our brother’s keeper.  We know that we are to care for the weak and helpless, even at the cost of our own lives.  We know the wrongness of the mantra, “My rights, my body, my choice, I do what I want whenever I want, and my one commandment is, ‘Don’t judge me!’” 

God’s law is built within us.  It makes us feel guilty because we are guilty.  Guilty of leaving the weak and helpless to die while we try to assuage our guilt with songs, margaritas, lines of cocaine, ski slopes, boyfriends, girlfriends, psychiatrists, money, fame, education, ad nauseam.  None of which can satisfy the deepest longings from within our very being.  Only Christ can do that.

So we are coming back to Jackson, Wyoming, with the very same message that we brought the first time.  It is a message of hope.  There is no pit so deep that Jesus is not deeper still!  Oh, and you thought it was all about Brent Blue, little knowing that our return is really all about you.    ~ Flip

Here is the story via planetjh.com…A very favorable article.  Make comments if you would like.


As we have been planning our way (Proverbs 16:9) God has been directing our steps for our next adventure into the little town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  God has used Wyoming’s Supreme Court to help pave the way for the theology of heaven to become biography in the streets of Jackson once again this May 16-20, 2012.  “The heart of a king is in the hands of the Lord; He directs it like a watercourse wherever He wills.”  Proverbs 21:1.

Please pray for us that the Name of Jesus will be lifted up, that preborn babies will have a defense, that the heart of abortionist Brent Blue will be softened, that God’s Church in Jackson will rise up to be a voice for those who have no voice, and that the city itself will begin to accept responsibility for being her brother’s keeper. ~ Flip

By Rebecca Huntington

Jackson Town Councilors voted Monday to allow a ten-by-eighty-foot display, which could include graphic images of fetuses, on the Town Square. Texas-based Operation Save America would be allowed to put up the anti-abortion display for four days in May. But the council denied the group’s request to set it up on a Saturday during the Boy Scouts annual elk antler auction.

Councilors said the content was not the problem, but that the display would compete for space with the Boy Scouts’ event.

Councilor Mark Obringer stressed that pro-life protestors could still come to the square. 

“It does not prohibit anybody from walking around introducing themselves, passing out brochures at any point… or carrying signs,” Obringer said.

The decision comes after Operation Save America won a ruling earlier this month from the Wyoming Supreme Court saying that the anti-abortion protestors’ first amendment rights were violated by efforts last year to keep the group from showing graphic images at the Boy Scout event.

Little did we know, when we planned our way to make the theology of heaven become biography in the streets of Jackson, Wyoming, what God had in mind.  Jackson was and is perhaps the most God-hating, anti-Gospel, anti-life, city any of us have ever visited.  The citizens of this little 6,000 member community had a hard time covering up their visceral hatred toward anyone who would dare expose the “secret” sin of the community.  Though its population swells to millions during the skiing season and summer, it is still an incestuous, nepotistic, bastion of liberal “hate.”  The animus toward the God of the Bible is palpable and impossible to hide.

Yet, it was here that God chose to allow His theology to become biography through the lives of simple little Christian moms and dads and grandmas and grandpas, by becoming a voice for the voiceless.  We came to Jackson last May to expose the treachery of abortionist Brent Blue.  We came to make the Church of Jesus Christ in Jackson aware that she has a responsibility to stand in the gap on behalf of preborn children.  We came to let the city of Jackson know that “it takes a village to kill a child,” and that the blood of these innocent children is on her hands.  We came to let the world know that there is another King, and that His Name is Jesus!

We are coming back this May 16-20, 2012, to do the same thing.  Now, however, we are somewhat protected by a Supreme Court decision that will put a stop to many of the city of Jackson’s machinations to shut down our Gospel Proclamation.  It is amazing that this city will tolerate any other kind of speech or religion so long as it is not Biblical Christianity.   ~ Flip


CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) – A state court order that barred abortion protesters from appearing at Jackson’s town square last year violated the protesters’ constitutional rights, the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.

In a lengthy 3-2 decision, the state Supreme Court ruled the temporary restraining order issued by District Judge Tom Day violated the First Amendment rights of protesters with the group Operation Save America.

Dozens of Operation Save America members descended on Jackson last May with graphic signs of aborted fetuses that they showed around town.

The group said it picked Jackson for its campaign in an effort to make Wyoming the first state in which no doctors would provide abortions. The group targeted a family practitioner whom it said was the only doctor in the state to offer abortions.

The restraining order that Jackson secured from Day last year barred the protesters from appearing within two blocks of the town square. The town’s lawyer told Day that city police feared violence if the protesters came together with about 200 Boy Scouts and their families who were gathering for Elkfest, an annual auction of elk antlers.

The protesters weren’t alerted beforehand that the town was seeking the court order.

“Assuming the town had established a compelling interest in the protection of its youth and in maintaining the peace, we would nonetheless find the temporary restraining order unconstitutional,” Justice Michael Golden wrote for the court majority. “The town has not met its burden of establishing that the temporary restraining order ban was necessary to serve the town’s interest and that less restrictive measures would not have been adequate.”

Chief Justice Marilyn S. Kite and Justice William U. Hill wrote a dissent saying they believed the case was moot and that the constitutionality question shouldn’t have reached the court.

“No evidence was presented in this case that Operation Save America will return to Jackson and attempt to assemble or display posters during another scheduled event such as the Boy Scouts expo and auction or, in the event it does, that the town will again file for a temporary restraining order without providing notice and an opportunity to be heard,” Kite and Hill stated.

Rusty Thomas of Waco, Texas, is assistant director of operations for Operation Save America. He said Tuesday his group intends to return to Jackson next month. “I just got the news, and just tears of rejoicing,” he said of the court ruling. “The timing is incredible.”

Thomas said the group believes the ruling “strikes a blow for liberty and puts our government, both the federal and state authorities, on notice that the First Amendment is alive and well in the United States of America.”

Flip Benham, director of Operation Save America in Concord, N.C., said Tuesday the group has applied to the town of Jackson for permits to hand out materials next month but hasn’t received them yet.

“What they’ve done is put us off. They’ve said they’re going through new criteria for permits,” Benham said. He said the group’s experience in Jackson was the first time it has ever been restrained “from presenting the gospel.”

Attempts to reach town officials were not immediately successful Tuesday.

Audrey Cohen-Davis, lawyer for the town, argued before the Wyoming Supreme Court in November that it was proper for the town to secure the restraining order.

“Parents taking their Boy Scouts to the Elkfest event did not expect to have a group subjecting their children to such material,” Cohen-Davis said in November.

Jack Edwards, a lawyer in Etna, represented Operation Save America.

“I think it’s important to realize that the First Amendment, and the cases from the U.S. Supreme Court that have interpreted that amendment, were not to protect speech that people welcome and that people enjoy, but the basis for that amendment is to protect speech that causes arguments and dissent in the public square,” Edwards said Tuesday.

The state supreme court ruling comes just days after the state of Wyoming reached a settlement with another anti-abortion group, WyWatch Family Action.

In the agreement approved last week by U.S. District Judge Nancy Freudenthal of Cheyenne, Wyoming admitted it violated WyWatch’s constitutional rights by removing anti-abortion placards from a tunnel leading to the state Capitol during last year’s legislative session.

The state agreed to pay WyWatch $1 in nominal damages and $30,000 in attorney fees. WyWatch was represented by the Alliance Defense Fund, a national advocacy group for social conservatives.

Freudenthal allowed the American Civil Liberties Union to enter the WyWatch case to argue on the group’s behalf that the state had violated the group’s constitutional rights. Linda Burt, director of the Wyoming ACLU, said Tuesday that the courts decided both cases correctly by protecting public speech.

“While we disagree with both of the organizations involved in these cases, we firmly respect their right to discuss these issues in the public square,” Burt said. “The remedy for speech that you disagree with is more speech, and more debate and more information, and disallowing this kind of speech that you disagree with does not support that.”