So last night I didn't have a ride once again to church so I hooked the trailer to the John Deere tractor, loaded the Kids up, and away we went. On the way there I saw a group of kids walking along with a woman who dressed like a man. She had man like hair cut, tattoos, a ring in her lip, ect. I stopped and asked where they were going and she told me they were just out for a walk. Then she asked where I was going and I told her my Church was having its last night of revival and I was otw there. She said she had been wanting to get her children into church so I said if you want to learn about Jesus Christ then jump in the wagon. They piled up in the wagon and away we went. Otw I was a bit scared of how the other people in the church would take this odd character because I'm new at the church myself. When we got to church all the people welcomed them with open arms and was tickled to death that I had picked up some new people to hear the Gospel. Now I don't support homosexuality...it's wrong. But refusing this person and denying her the opportunity to hear the gospel is more wrong! Especially her children who are not at fault. And just to put this into context this is a southern white church in the backwoods of Kentucky where lifestyles like this aren't accepted well like in other places. But the fact that this country Baptist church welcomed her with love and compassion further proves to me I'm worshipping in the right place. Love god...and love your neighbor! Now I don't know this woman's heart but she heard the Gospel last night and I saw her shaking her head in agreement with the praise going out to Jesus. She had been invited back to Church Sunday morning and I hope and pray that God touches her heart and maybe she will change her ways. It is possible because with God all things are possible !!!! Anyway today I feel good that God had softened my heart and showed me that even the weirdest of people deserve to be loved and given a chance to hear the Gospel. Used to I wouldn't sit in the same room with a homosexual. But a homosexual is no worse than a theif and both can be corrected and repented from. I look forward to seeing what God can do with this person if she allows him to enter her life and follow his commands.