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I am proud to say I support Clayton Jennings. Having first been introduced to Clayton by his YouTube videos in 2014, I was intrigued because he was not afraid to speak the truth, and he did so in a way that honored Jesus Christ.
Several months later, I had the opportunity to meet Clayton following a church service he preached at in Indiana. The sermon was taken right from the Bible and dozens of lives were saved that day. Since then, I've listened to Clayton several more times when he has been in Indiana. Let me explain that I have been to many churches in my life, listened to many evangelists/preachers and while I do not have anything negative to say about any of the churches or people, Clayton is by far the best at delivering the Word of God, right from the Bible. Clayton is not afraid to preach the message of salvation, the cross, and hell.
Society today, and unfortunately many churches in America are too afraid to mention hell...they are too afraid at upsetting someone in their congregation...not Clayton. I would encourage you to attend a service where Clayton will be preaching. Go with an open mind and a willing heart...if after that, you sincerely and honestly still feel the way you feel, then so be it...but I would be willing to bet some of your views and options will change. As for the play in which you say Clayton "plays Jesus." Yes, he acts out the part of Jesus for a play called Passion. The annual play is no different than Christmas plays put on by churches and Christian schools across the world.
I will close with this... In today's world, we need more men like Clayton Jennings. Men who are unselfish, who's primary objective in life is to bring souls to Jesus Christ by sharing the Word of God through the Bible. Men who stand up for what they believe in despite critics who disagree. Men who take the road less traveled because they know in their heart the end result is ever lasting life. I hope that in the days, months, years to come, your perception of Clayton Jennings will change and you, like I, will be thankful for what he is doing.