God is descending on Minneapolis in the form of invisible spliffs and imaginary lines of coke.
The Drunken Glory movement—spawned by events like the Florida Outpouring and Toronto Blessing in the 90s, at which people appeared to be inebriated and high purely off the power of God—is on the rise, as godly YouTube channels find innovative ways of reaching their younger audience.
One of those channels, Red Letter Ministries, is run by former meth addict Brandon Barthrop. We went to Brandon's hometown of Minneapolis, which boasts the largest concentration of drug addicts and churches in America, to try to get high on the glory of God.
Brandon and his posse of waifs, strays, and former addicts spend their days sniffing "diamond oil" and tripping out to the sound of Brandon's YouTube preaching. Christian EDM DJs down the road are going to raves and attempting to "heal" clubbers high on drugs, and mega-churches run by rehab charities like Teen Challenge are preaching the drunken glory to thousands.
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Soooo.. Joe? What do you guys think about this? If (and that is a monumentally HUGE "IF") it works, it would be the cheapest and safest way to rock your socks off!
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