The Silent Majority

Earlier this month, a South Carolina high school valedictorian stepped up to the microphone to make his speech. He’d discussed his proposed remarks with school officials and they had approved what he told them he was going to say. When his moment arrived, he visibly ripped his prepared remarks to shreds and began to recite the Lord’s Prayer. Days later, a Joshua High School valedictorian from Texas got his moment as well. He’s been accepted into the naval academy and …


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One comment on “The Silent Majority

  1. Jill moviere on said:

    I commend those high school students in taking a stand for Christ. What I find to be most interesting is that the audience applauded. I understand Texas and South Carolina are in the bible belt, but you can never be to cautious when speaking on such a controversial topic.

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