Harry And Meghan Sign Up For Adventist Volunteer Services

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WINDSOR, Berks. — The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have put their royal duties on hold to spend a year with Adventist Volunteer Services.

Prince Harry and Meghan plan to split their time between North America and the United Kingdom while serving as recruiters for Adventist colleges.

Despite the cafeteria menus at these schools, the Sussexes say they welcome getting to know each institution as the wilderness location of the schools will give them time “well away from the spotlight.”

Before accepting their recruiting gig, the royals passed on a General Conference call to fix their electronic voting system. The two claimed they were “already feeling burned out.”


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7 Comments

  1. Richard Mills

    I was hoping they would sign up for Maranatha and build some nice little schools, churches, medical clinics around the globe. Anyway, lets MAGA make adventism great again at Indy GC 2020. Hey, why don’t you invite Harry & Meghan to the 202GC session? Great marketing plan!!

    1. Marcy

      Jesus told parables that were not true, but had a lesson in reality. Think about the story of the rich man and the beggar. There are some stories on this site that are irreverent, but many of them make you think of real truths that have been buried under the rubbish of false theology. It states plainly on every page that it is not a real story, those who think it is true, fool themselves.

  2. Alvin McPhee

    Has satire become a part of christianity. Jesus never used satire as a means of communicating to His people. It doesn’t matter what name you put on it, it’s still a lie. Why do we run from being peculiar to being just like everybody else. Let’s remain focused on why we are here.

    1. Marcy

      Jesus told painful truths in parables, so as not to hurt people by exposing them by name. Many stories on this site do just that. ”It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of heaven.”
      Is that satire or what?

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