Friday, November 12, 2010

Asking God for Some Well Placed Lightning Bolts

(don't feel bad about stopping it when you've had enough, these people are toxic)

If you had to sit down and write a list of unchristian organizations in these United States, Westboro Baptist "Church" would have to be at the top of the list. What a vile collection of filth they are; protesting at the funerals of our fallen heroes; adding to the grief of the already anguished family and friends.

They'll be down the road from us next week. And though I didn't have the honor of knowing Lance Cpl. Terry E. Honeycutt Jr, I can't imagine being anywhere but at his funeral this Monday.


New Life Church would like to request the presence of as many people as possible to line the front of the New Life Church property and the front grassy area with participants carrying American flags on Monday before and after the funeral (500 American flags will be provided). Parking assistance would also be appreciated for the funeral on Monday. If interested in participating with these requests on Monday, please note the following schedule:

Monday, November 15th
8:30 a.m. Participants meet in the Garage Church Building for refreshments and instructions.
9:00 a.m. Proceed to assigned outside areas.
10:00 a.m. Funeral will hopefully be televised in the Garage Church Building for interested participants.
After Funeral: Participants remaining will line the church exit route waving American flags.

This is in honor of Lance Corporal Terry Honeycutt. Please maintain dignity and show respect!

Please Do:
➢ Do dress warmly
➢ Do park at South Potomac Church or another local public parking lot and carpool with as many people as possible to New Life Church so that we can keep the New Life Church parking lot clear for mourners.
➢ Do feel free to bring American flags only. (500 American flags will be provided by New Life Church).

Please Do Not:
➢ Do not wear political apparel
➢ Do not bring signs
➢ Do not encounter protestors
➢ Do not shout slogans

New Life Wesleyan Church would like to thank the Honeycutt family for the privilege of taking part in the celebration of Lance Corporal Terry “T.J.” Honeycutt’s heroism in service to the United States.

New Life Wesleyan Church would like to thank the Charles County Sheriff’s Office, Raymond Funeral Home, the Patriot Guard and other local churches and businesses for their support.

Please pray for the comfort of the Honeycutt family.

Lance Cpl. Terry E. Honeycutt Jr., 19, of Waldorf, Maryland, died October 27th from injuries sustained on October 21st while conducting combat operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. He was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 9th Marine Regiment, 2nd Marine Division, II Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.

If you're in the Washington D.C./Southern Maryland area and can attend, here are directions to the New Life Wesleyan Church in La Plata, MD.