World Vision, known for sponsoring desperately poor children in dozens of countries revised its hiring policy, opening the door for employment to legally married homosexuals…
Then they revised their hiring policies again…back to their original status.
The entire process took about 48 hours, give or take.
And in between the beginning and end was a whole lot of yelling (virtually speaking). A lot of people lashing out at World Vision, heaping on condemnation, so much so that apparently World Vision could not ignore the protests.
This would probably have been an event that I would have been able to ignore entirely if it wasn’t for the collective outcry that drew so much attention to it.
And in retrospect, I have come to an inescapable conclusion, that this event says more about all of us than it does about World Vision.