R eader mental illness in the body of Christ is real. This is a doggone shame before GOD, people laughing and poking fun at this young man but he's doing what most will/won't do.....for over 10 years he has had a street ministry with little to no fan fare at all. But, now all of a sudden he has become the laughing stock of the internet. This is not an attack against person's with mental illness and just because you have an illness does not mean that you are not intelligent and God can't use you. Our culture and society tells us that showing flaws like this will turn people away. Anyhow, Colby D Mitchell is a young mentally challenge man who has become a Facebook sensation. The question I have is what's the purpose and why are people wasting valuable time making fun of him? It's quite clear somebody is exploiting this young man who's challenged with a very bad speech impediment. https://www.facebook.com/colby.d.mitchell
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