You really do have to laugh sometimes at what the Worldnutdaily considers news. This “story” was at the very top of the page and was marked as both “breaking news” and a “worldnetdaily exclusive.”
Sex, drug addiction, suicidal thoughts, alcoholism, loneliness, peer pressure and social angst – it’s all part of an onslaught of hopelessness many teens experience today, but one group is using an in-your-face approach to deliver a critical message to America’s young adults:
God loves you and He wants to help.
No, that’s not the story. The story is that a Christian group is taking out ads preaching to kids:
It’s a revelation of hope in a venue young viewers might least expect – an outreach campaign called Groundwire splashed on television networks such as MTV, VH1, Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim programming and Comedy Central and flanking popular radio broadcasts across the nation.
Young adults see or hear Groundwire’s 60-second Christ-centered spots and contact the ministry’s coaches for help every day.
Wow, a ministry is preaching at people. It’s not news, it’s the Worldnutdaily.