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  • The Scriptorium

    11/19/2014

    Why are 120 Christian College Kids About to Get Deported?

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 10:13 am

    If these were Muslim kids, Obama would give them citizenship and a check every month. He’ll let thousands of illegals stay in the country, but children who came here legally must be deported because they’re Christian. There’s no way Obama is a Christian. He’s a closet Muslim. Less closeted every day.

    Myron Guiler wept.

    I held the telephone receiver in my hand and listened as the Ohio pastor became overwhelmed with emotion.

    “It’s heartbreaking,” he said. “I can’t stand to see these 120 children go. It’s my heart. I’ve poured my life into it.”

    Guiler is the president of Marietta Bible College, a small unaccredited school that provides Bible training mostly for impoverished international students. The college is a ministry of the Marietta Bible Center Church.

    On Sunday – Pastor Guiler delivered the bad news to his congregation – the federal government had denied their recertification for a program that allows foreign students to attend American schools.

    The 34-year-old college may no longer accept international students and those who are currently enrolled in the Bible school must either transfer to another college by February or face deportation.

    “They are a lovely bunch of kids who love the word of God and they love to pray,” Guiler told me. “And now the government wants to us to close.”

    He said all of the students who attend the school come from impoverished, third-world countries – places like Kenya, Togo, and New Guinea.

    “These are people whose fathers and mothers work in rice paddies making $100 a month,” he said. “Some sold their automobile, land so they could send their children over here.”

    The students can either major in pastoral theology or Christian education. After they receive their diplomas the students return to their home nation where they work in churches or Christian schools.

    “The government is destroying a school that has done no harm,” he said.

    Guiler broke the news on Sunday to the 400 members of the non-denominational church. He said people rushed to the altar and prayed for a miracle.

    So far, they are still waiting.

    “We can receive no more students and the students we have now must transfer in February or go back home,” he said.

    So what’s going on here? Why is U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement about to send 120 Christian students back to their homelands – especially when they came to our nation legally?

    Full Article Here

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