Missing the Scoop

Orville and Wilbur Wright made the trip from their home in Dayton, Ohio to Kitty Hawk, N.C., for the express purpose of attempting to become airborne riding a contraption they had built. Some people thought the whole idea was novel, others believed it to be eccentric and a waste of time and money. Most people had not heard of their idea at all.

On December 17, 1903, the Wright Brothers sent a telegram to their sister in Dayton simply stating; “Flew fifty-nine seconds today, Hope to be home for Christmas.” She knew what this meant, and quickly took the telegram to the Dayton newspaper thinking surely the next day’s issue would break the big story. However, to her surprise, the next day’s issue only had the following: “LOCAL BICYCLE MERCHANTS HOPE TO BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS!”

They had missed the scoop of the century. Flight had been born and they had the exclusive story in their hands and did not realize it. One would suppose that the newspaper lamented its failure for years to come.

The advent of RENEWANATION is in many ways similar to the first flight. Many people are excited about it, some think it is a novel idea, others think it is eccentric and a waste. But far too many simply have not yet heard about it. RENEWANATION is the real deal and you and I have the scoop. Possibly more children will be influenced for good through this great concept than any other method ever tried. It is a nation altering program! The mission honors God and will surely be blessed by Him.

If you are not yet on board with your prayers and support, get on board now! Ask questions, follow it closely and support it generously! Don’t miss the scoop…

Dr. James Keaton Sr.