World Vision Reverses Decision To Hire Christians... | Christianity Today World Vision, Gay Marriage and Taking a Stand on the Backs of Starving Children | Kristen Howerton So, World Vision decided that they wouldn't discriminate against same-sex marriage benefits. The Christian thing to do was apparently to encourage those who embrace Jesus' message of love to no longer sponsor children who desperately need food and help. That will teach those who embrace Jesus' message of love, of treating others with the love and acceptance we want for ourselves. World Vision had to reverse embracing that message, in order to accommodate those who think that message was clownish, and to continue having money to take care of those kids, something which the organization apparently cares about more than the contributors. WWJD? Well, he did say, Suffer the little children. (I thought the context was different, but now we know.) ---- I've been horrified in the past when religious points of view were placed ahead of national security (two friends, Arabic language specialists, were discharged when we were in Afghanistan because it was more important to keep gays out of the military than to worry about national security, the Roman Catholic Council of Bishops made a deal with the Tea Party to shut down the NSA and other parts of the government, in order to stop Obamacare from paying for reproductive care). But really, this is just crapulent.