There’s a wonderful Gospel hymn that goes “Jesus’ on the mainline. Tell him what you want.”
While that’s nice to hear in church, some people want a more tangible experience during the holidays. And according to the Topeka News in Kansas, the Lord will take your call now. As in, now.
Late for church? Stop by for prayer and confession. Denver Broncos sucking on the field in your opinion? Take a knee. Whatever your need, state your plead. Not that this is a new marketing strategy. Just saying.
“It is therapeutic, that is how we lobbied them through city council,” local pastor Reverend Miles Collier reports. ”We said these prayer booths are not just for Christians, but for any person to take a break to close their eyes, ask out loud for what they need in life and just take a break from it all. It is like having a free counseling session.”
And, if you ask Kansas City PD, the Rev. is onto something. Crime is decreasing in the inner city since these booths have been installed. Wait until you see the instructions, after the jump…