Sunday, July 5, 2009
Campus evangelists clash with police:Dispute over signs, 1st Amendment rights prompts 4 arrests, including felony charge
A campus evangelism group is stunned today, as a ministry event at a community college in Ohio resulted in four members being arrested, one on a felony assault charge that the ministry's leader claims is fabricated."I've done ministries like this at more than 200 universities," said Jason Storms, director of Faithful Soldier School of Evangelism, a ministry of Mercy Seat Christian Church in Milwaukee, Wis. "We train people to do evangelism, and I have never seen an incident like this."Storms and a team of students earlier this week traveled to Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio, with signs, literature and a message of faith...
PICTURE LEFT:Arrest of evangelism student Daniel Pollion at Sinclair Community College