"We're praying that God will raise up in Iraq a George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Martin Luther King Jr."
"Rather than thinking of people who are either inside or out, we are envisaging people's Christianity as being a journey in which they deepen and grow."
"Just like in the military, [paintball] builds unity, planning. It makes them start to think of something besides themselves."
Articles referenced above include:
Christians organize prayers for Iraq—The Washington Times (May 23, 2003)
Pray as you spray: Christian paintball— TCPalm.com (May 17, 2003)
Kirk 'must grasp the nettle of reform'—The Scotsman (May 15, 2003)1