Is Twin Falls a City Committed to the Cause of Life?
I don’t recall people being forced to convert to Christianity in my lifetime. It sounds like something from the colonial era or the wars following the Reformation. You would think when reading some of the babble on social media, local pastors were roaming the streets and forcing people at sword point to commit to Christ.
As we near an election for Twin Falls City Council, there are those people who aren’t even aware the event is on the way. Then there are those who won’t vote because they believe they won’t even get a voice at city level or because they only follow national politics.
Last summer a coalition of pastors approached council members with a call to make Twin Falls a sanctuary city for the unborn.
This year in Southern Idaho there is a core of interest among some Christians. Twin Falls is one of only a handful of locations in Idaho where abortion takes place. Last summer a coalition of pastors approached council members with a call to make Twin Falls a sanctuary city for the unborn.
The resolution may not have any serious enforcement but it would’ve sent a strong message about a commitment to children. By a 4-3 count a majority rejected the document. Hundreds of people filled the council meeting. Most in support of life.
Which then caused the pastors to organize a family values summit. Ten of 11 council candidates accepted an invitation.
Meanwhile, opposition to the forum is taking place among liberals, pagans and even some local Christian churches. The pastors joined us several hours before the forum and shared their cause on Newsradio 1310, KLIX. You can listen below: