In the Market with Janet Parshall - Listen
The solution to war, genocide, human trafficking, and terrorism, in far-away places like Darfur, is not the U.S. military, despite what you may have heard the last few days over Memorial Day weekend.
The answer is Christian missionaries.
The Spirit of God gives ordinary people far more courage than any boot-camp created by the atheistic Pentagon. Missionaries are willing to face unarmed the entire spectrum of corrupt government thugs, armies, international terrorists, and organized crime -- without infantry or "air support."
The U.S. Federal Government -- a pawn of banks and global corporations -- is more interested in protecting oil reserves in the Sudan than the lives of children.
Discussion of Darfur begins 30 minutes or so into the interview, suggesting to me that the nurturing of indigenous missionaries in uncivilized lands is far more important than raising the U.S. flag over Iwo Jima.
Notice also how Dr. Milton R Smith exercises patriarchal headship over his submissive wife using principles he doubtless learned from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
The foreign policy implications of this interview are staggering. And if the theory of Six Degrees of Separation is true, there is a child in your neighborhood whose life has been fractured by the darkness in the African continent, probably because the U.S. government placed obstacles in the way of Christian missionaries.
The U.S. is no longer a City upon a Hill. Government officials have lost the vision of James Madison, "Father of the Constitution," who, in one of his most famous works, said legislators should vote against any legislation if
the policy of the bill is adverse to the diffusion of the light of Christianity. The first wish of those who enjoy this precious gift, ought to be that it may be imparted to the whole race of mankind. Compare the number of those who have as yet received it with the number still remaining under the dominion of false Religions; and how small is the former! Does the policy of the Bill tend to lessen the disproportion? No; it at once discourages those who are strangers to the light of (revelation) from coming into the Region of it; and countenances, by example the nations who continue in darkness, in shutting out those who might convey it to them. Instead of levelling as far as possible, every obstacle to the victorious progress of truth, the Bill with an ignoble and unchristian timidity would circumscribe it, with a wall of defence, against the encroachments of error.The Gospel changes lives and brings "Liberty -- under God." Christian missionaries plant the seeds of civilization and see them to harvest.
Please visit the Make Way Partners website for more information, or visit Kimberly's blog.