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Church Encourages Kids to Make 'Assault Pop-Tarts' and ‘Combat Cupcakes' (Video)

The Grace-Gospel Fellowship Church in Bensenville, Illinois held a "Second Amendment Sunday" this past weekend where children were encouraged to create "assault pop-tarts" and "combat cupcakes." There was also a cake that featured a chocolate handgun (pictured).

According to, the church awarded gift cards and toy assault rifles to the children who created the best-looking gun tarts, “as determined by The Parson” (video below).

“You know, I stood in the toy aisle for a good half an hour to choose just the right one and it turned out to be the biggest Nerf gun that I could find, and the kicker, the box was marked ‘semi-auto’ and ‘high capacity,’ so we named that one ‘the Feinstein,'" said Pastor John Kirkwood.

A Facebook post by Pastor Kirkwood explained the program:

2nd Amendment Sunday is here at Grace Gospel Fellowship, Bensenville. Join us as we lay out the Biblical doctrines of self-defense and Liberty. Our Jr. Church will respond to the latest absurdities in the news of “toy gun” buy back programs by eunuch preachers and suspending elementary children for assault fingers, pop-tarts and cupcakes.

Our kids will be allowed to bear their “toy guns” to church and to fashion their own assault pop-tart. The winner of the assault pop-tart challenge, as determined by The Parson, will receive a gift card or an awesome toy gun. Our Sunday School teachers will be teaching from the Biblical texts about freedom, tyranny and the Christian’s duty to God, Country and Family.

Sources: and Facebook


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