“You came to my school! You sure changed my mind!”
I’m in the Jacksonville Airport, headed back to Knoxville, wrapping up my 4th week on the road. We’re getting ready for our campus outreach (GAP) at the U of North Florida (UNF) and Florida State U (FSU) later this month. Lots of enthusiasm for our Pro Life Training Academy on February 19.
Thanks to God for all the families in Jacksonville and Tallahassee who will house and feed our traveling team of 26 missionaries, including 14 Canadian students who will be learning how to win hearts, change minds, and save lives.
After I landed in Jacksonville, Kenyana fixed me up with a rental car. As she filled out the paperwork, she asked, “What brings you to Jacksonville?”
I told her, “I’m a radical right-wing lunatic troublemaker.” I gave her my card.
She looked at it, “Pro-life.” Then I showed her the photo of our GAP project on the back of my card. She got excited, “You came to my school!”
“Where did you go to school?” I asked.
“Yes, we were there about 3 years ago.”
Without any coaxing at all, Kenyana offered, “Well, you sure changed my mind. I didn’t have any idea what abortion is. None of us did.”
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