Pastor Mike Says

OK, the story below is very sad. What do you think we could do as Christians to make a difference is something like this?


MSN.COM Here’s your heartless bureaucrat story of the day. Cleveland areahigh-schooler Austin Fisher has missed 16 days of class this year to take care of his cancer-stricken mother, and now the Carrollton High student can’t walk with his peers at graduation. Austin, who surpassed the school district‘s 14-day limit for unexcused absences by taking his mom, Teresa, to her cancer treatments, told Cleveland FOX affiliate WJW that he “wouldn’t change” anything he’s done. His classmates have started an online petition to fight for him that has racked up more than 7,600 signatures to date. Let’s see how those numbers add up for the bean-counters in the Draconian district’s front office.



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    • Maybe it wasn’t discovered because our culture today tends to think the worst about people and we just don’t reach out an inquire. So many times we are just a name on a piece of paper – a ststistic. That may have been the case with this young man.

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