I will never understand people who vandalize churches (or anything else for that matter).
Members of several churches in Incline Village, Nevada came to Easter services yesterday, only to be greeted with anti-Christian graffiti, like this one with arrows pointing to a cross saying “is a lie” and “is a hoax”:
Attendees of Incline Village Foursqure Church arrived to service to see “Jesus is a lie” and upside-down crosses spray painted on the building’s walls, said John and Ruby Cole, co-pastors of the congregation.
“I believe it was every church,” said a representative of Cornerstone Community Church.
Eric Heidecker, the priest of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church expressed his sympathy for the vandals, saying “we feel more sad for them… to feel the need to express this level of hopelessness.”
There’s no evidence of who did this, but I reached out to Pastor Cole to see if there’s anything we can do for his church or any other church that was vandalized. We’re not responsible for what happened, but we can always show solidarity with the church in condemning these actions. I’ll let you know if I hear back.
(Thanks to Tim for the link)