Flying for Jesus

Wednesday, 07 Jan 2009

In February 2004, American Airlines pilot Captain Roger Findiesen asked Christian passengers on his Los Angeles to New York flight to identify themselves to the non-Christian passengers so that everyone could use the time on the flight to discuss religion. He had just returned from a mission trip to Costa Rica and felt that the cross-country flight was the right place to encourage evangelism. Passengers, frightened that the pilot had lost his mind, began placing calls to their loved ones. Many complained to the media. Perhaps most evangelicals don't go as far as Findiesen, but ...

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