Christian Woman Takes Sabbatical From Evangelism To Focus On Mid-Term Politics
Sally Jenkins is a devout Christian. For years she used her social media accounts to spread the good word of encouragement that Jesus will save and transform each life. It opened doors for prayer and evangelism. Sometimes it was through online messages, and other times she was able to meet with the person face to face.
But during the recent Kavanaugh hearings she sensed that she was too wrapped up in her Jesus work. Being a spiritual light was keeping her from doing more important things. So she has taken an open-ended sabbatical to focus on the mid-term elections. During this time she will be posting more about things that make her happy, like slamming Democratic candidates, and promoting Republican candidates.
“I found myself drained,” explains Jenkins. “I was busy, busy, busy talking about Jesus, and joy, and holiness, and peace. And all the while my political life was suffering. Now I wake up, search and share 20 links from the AmericanPatriotRightWingChristian.com website. Sometimes it is letting people know how many people Hillary Clinton killed. Other times it is reminding people that Donald Trump is an inspired apostle prophet. Either way, I feel like I have found my calling, and I’m not sure when I will come off of the sabbatical.”
Sally says she has found purpose through sharing her political views in a way she never found purpose sharing her faith. “I’ve been able to have so many conversations and debates about policy and candidates that I could never have before about doctrine and Jesus.” She says this election is the most important one in a long time… at least since 2016. “Our votes in November will determine whether or not we can evangelize others and serve God. It looks like my sabbatical came at just the right time. You may say, ‘For such a time as this…’”