The demise of organizations like the Boy Scouts and others are murder/suicides. The Left tries to murder them, then the groups try to appease the Left by committing organizational suicide.
I don’t think we are currently giving to any groups that are remotely woke, but to be on the safe side I sent this to a couple of my contacts:
I’ve read about an alarming number of Christian (or formerly Christian) organizations that have gone “woke” / politically correct and abandoned the Gospel — Salvation Army, World Vision, CRU, and InterVarsity, to name a few. For example, starting in the 90’s we sponsored three World Vision children and had a good experience with it. Still, when WV started caving to cultural demands, we ended our donations once the last child graduated from the program.
Would you please let me know where your organization stands on these topics and what their plan is to stay strong regardless of political and cultural pressures? There are so many places to donate, but we only give to those who are unapologetic in advancing the Gospel.
If more people send messages like this ahead of time these organizations might think twice about caving to the culture.
Never try to appease the Left! They will still hate you, but then they’ll know you are weak and won’t respect you, either. They’ll know they have you and will keep driving you into further lies. They are relentless, just like the men of Sodom who continued groping for the door even though God had blinded them.
Genesis 19:11 And they struck with blindness the men who were at the entrance of the house, both small and great, so that they wore themselves out groping for the door.
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Good idea and go to find out what an org stands for these days that one support…
I’ve stopped giving any money to charities. I’m giving money directly to individuals who do apologetics.
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Good strategy to eliminate the middle man.
What about The Navigators? Here’s an interesting link, but someting about it worries me – maybe I’m just being hypersensitive? https://www.navigators.org/blog/empowering-people-of-color/
I don’t know what to think, and it makes me sad that they even said things that way.
They have been an INTERNATIONAL Gospel organization for as long as I have known of them (and I knew of them in the Indian subcontinent and South East Asia in the 70’s and 80’s!). None of what I read there makes sense – they’ve always been everywhere and they always loved everyone! And when you’re following the great commission (the Gospel to every nation) it’s a given. If anything, restating their foundational committment to the Gospel should have been boldly front and center.
Please let me know if, in your evaluation, I’m just looking for offence where none is, or if I have reason to be concerned.
Ugh, that doesn’t look good!