Christian Bikers Protect 9 Year-Old Tornado Victim's Funeral From Westboro Protesters

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  • 2014-01-08T18:59:22

It's ok to protest but not in a hateful, spiteful way. And they shouldn't use any name calling too. I think the typical Christian could agree with some of the protest. But they shouldn't protest in a hateful way. After all Christ wasn't like that.

  • 2013-08-19T04:35:39

Amen! Brothers and sisters! To God be the Glory! :)

  • 2013-08-08T16:51:22

Kim Moore, God is not far away. It is evident that you must not know HIM. He lives within my heart and is with me every second of the day. He reveals Himself to me in so many ways that I could not ever deny His existence.

  • 2013-08-08T15:55:50

couldn't a "disaster happen to that so called "Westboro church"? apparently they don't read their study at all. God has never instructed a hateful act against anyone. Not in the revelations that they seem to follow does God instruct us to picket or riot at a funneral or any victims of disaster. Events occur to open the hearts to those who don't believe in Jesus not to destroy them or create an opportunity for christians t oattack them. Shame on those people of Westboro, how fooolish you are for you have no idea what god truly is. I look forward to seeing Gods rath on their so called Church. Westboro is a fraud, a decietful group of people.

  • 2013-08-08T13:06:01

oh GOD was there all right... sitting behind every one of those motorcycles.. bet ya! I got one question for ya "weakboro church" and your POSER pastor...?? where in the bible does it say to disrespect the passing, and grieving loved one's, of a child so soon took from this world? you could't have shown your stupidity at a different place and time? you ALL should be ashamed... AS HUMAN BEINGS!! but to use a church? and act like your on GOD'S SIDE!! YOU BUMPED YOUR HEADS!!! FALSE PROPHETS!! and If ya'll think that the Good lord aint gonna be pissed off.. lookin over you and your action's <<< when the storm comes .. i hope none of you and your cult.. aren't standin by me! put the pastor on a rail and run him outta town like they did in the old days.. cause they are a joke. and real christian's stood up for what was right.

  • 2013-08-08T12:19:55

Thank you for the info and I want to thank all the bikes (Christian) who stand (ride) for the Right Praise God we still have those who stand with God

  • 2013-08-08T12:14:42

Vengence is Mine sayth the LORD, people forgive so they may be forgiven and GOD is NOT (far away) He is here He is here, may you Kim find your way to HIM

  • 2013-08-08T08:47:41

Thank you for the information. May the love prevails in this world according to His purpose and mercy. God bless us.

  • 2013-08-08T07:47:34

Sasha Haas. I would not get excited about the Hells Angels doing a "good deed". They did something for show. Don't forget they make a lot of money selling illegal drugs and prostituting women but usually do it in the shadows...every day.

  • 2013-08-08T05:02:59

WOW is all I can say. Very very impressive of these bikers to go all out to protect the family of the little child who died. It is a sad state of affairs when someone would protest and innocent young child's funeral. God bless the family and all these wonderful bikers.

  • 2013-08-08T04:59:23

Lacey Epperson if you know the bible, it makes perfect sense.

  • 2013-08-08T03:47:12

The facebook post I came across this, didn't mention why those westboro loons chose to picket the burial of a 9 yr old. It's one thing to assail the funeral and or burial of a political opponent, but when a family lays a child to rest, especially one so young, there's no call for that, nor are any of the supposed baptist loons following what God declares. Thank God for this group of riders, for they themselves did, what everyone in the entire town and surrounding area should have, by protecting the pain stricken family, from heartless, trash.

  • 2013-08-08T02:34:38

I AGREE MARY! THOSE WHO PROTESTED THIS LOSS OF LIFE SHAME BE TO YOU!! I AM PROUD OF THESE BRAVE PEOPLE I AM SO PROUD & READY TO BUST FROM YOUR GUMPTIOM!

  • 2013-08-08T02:28:35

The PGR is not a Christian Bike Organization.. Patriot Guard Riders Mission Statement. Mission Statement: “The Patriot Guard Riders is a 100% Volunteer, Federally registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization which ensures dignity and respect at memorial services honoring Fallen Military Heroes, First Responders and Honorably Discharged Veterans.”. Vision Statement: The Patriot Guard Riders is a diverse amalgamation of riders from across the nation. We have one thing in common besides motorcycles. We have an unwavering respect for those who risk their very lives for America’s freedom and security including Fallen Military Heroes, First Responders and Honorably Discharged Veterans. If you share this respect, please join us. We don’t care what you ride or if you ride, what your political views are, or whether you’re a hawk or a dove. It is not a requirement that you be a veteran. It doesn't matter where you’re from or what your income is; you don’t even have to ride. The only prerequisite is Respect. Our main mission is to attend the funeral services of fallen American heroes as invited guests of the family. Each mission we undertake has two basic objectives: 1. Show our sincere respect for our fallen heroes, their families, and their communities. 2. Shield the mourning family and their friends from interruptions created by any protestor or group of protestors. We accomplish the latter through strictly legal and non-violent means. To those of you who are currently serving and fighting for the freedoms of others, at home and abroad, please know that we are backing you. We honor and support you with every mission we carry out, and we are praying for a safe return home for all. Patriot Guard Riders. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Patriot Guard Riders. Patriot Guard Riders logo.jpg. Motto "Standing For Those Who Stood For US". Founded 2005 Location Mulvane, Kansas Founder Chuck "Pappy" Barshney. Type 501(c)(3) registered Region USA Membership 329,696 [1] Activities Voluntary honor guard. Website www.patriotguard.org Abbreviation PGR The Patriot Guard Riders (PGR) is an organization in the United States which attends the funerals of members of the armed forces, firefighters, and police at the invitation of the deceased’s family.[2][3][4][5] The organization is open to any persons, regardless of political affiliation, veteran status, or whether or not they ride motorcycles, as long as they have "a deep respect for those who serve our country". In addition to attending funerals, the group also greets troops returning from overseas at homecoming celebrations and performs volunteer work for veteran's organizations such as Veterans Homes. Some media reports have referred to the PGR as a motorcycle club.[6][7][8] Patriot Guard Riders' representatives state that they are "not a motorcycle club", but an "Internet-based organization" and "communication system" by which members are informed of funeral events.[9][10][11][12]. Contents [hide]. 1 History 2 Trademark lawsuit. 3 References 4 External links. History[edit source | editbeta]. The group was formed in 2005,[13] to shelter and protect the deceased's family against protesters from the Westboro Baptist Church, who claim that the deaths of American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan are divine retribution for American tolerance of homosexuality. PGR members position themselves to physically shield the mourners from the presence of the Westboro protesters by blocking the protesters from view with their motorcade, or by having members hold American flags. The group also drowns out the protesters' chants by singing patriotic songs or by revving motorcycle engines.[14][15][16][17]. Patriot Guard Riders. Although initially founded by motorcyclists, the organization is open to anyone, regardless of political affiliation, veteran status, or whether they ride or not. The only prerequisite is "a deep respect for those who serve our country; military, firefighters, or law enforcement". The Patriot Guard was established in Mulvane, Kansas at American Legion Post 136 in 2005.[18] The founder members incorporated the organization as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in the State of Oklahoma on February 21, 2006.[13]. The group's mission quickly expanded to include the funerals of law enforcement officers, fire department personnel, all first responders, and any active duty member or veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces from all previous wars and conflicts and is now largely focused on recognizing and honoring the sacrifices of fallen service members as well as their families and loved ones. As of March 2011, PGR reported over 220,000 members. In addition to their attendance at funerals, the group also greets troops returning from overseas at welcome home celebrations, deployment ceremonies, and perform volunteer work for veteran's organizations such as Veterans Homes. The group also assists families in financial difficulties with travel and housing arrangements, and also visits military hospitals to encourage and honor wounded service members of the United States Armed Forces. Trademark lawsuit We have to be invited to attend a funeral...

  • 2013-08-08T02:22:44

Wow..that really hit my heart! soooo amazing, God Bless You All..

  • 2013-08-07T23:55:49

Those people are sick, like Jim Jones cult. God bless all these Bikers. We know we have a loving and compassionate God. These people will by judges by the measure they use to judge others.

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