Date: March 08, 2018 08:20PM
> He said he thinks security would have promptly
> ejected the religious nut with their materials.
Here we go again. We have Amyjo 'pretty sure' about the rules. Then, Amyjo says it's 'illegal' activities. And you who says it is 'abuse'.
Now the woman is a 'religious nut' and your husband is very sure it isn't allowed.
If history serves, there is a lawsuit or a threat of a lawsuit in your arsenal to recommend.
Since, Amyjo, you revere the late Billy Graham so much, and regard his 'humble' attitude so exemplary, let us remember:
"Did you know that in these meetings, you could say, “I’m almost ready to come down that aisle and be spoken to by the Spirit of God.” You could be convicted of your sins by the Spirit of God. You could be almost in the Kingdom—but still die and go to hell."https://billygraham.org/decision-magazine/january-2018/almost-whats-keeping-you-from-coming-to-christ-now/
From his CRUSADE. Undoubtedly, Graham understood the meaning of, 'crusade' from the horrific history of such, and felt this was an appropriate description of his mission as a 'religious nut'.
Further, your beloved ('love, love') Charles Stanley recommends the same attitude in evangelism that Paul had. He was 'not ashamed of the gospel'. Sounds like this woman at the hospital whom you wish to shame and control (and gossip about), is following the example of Christ.
"Focus your conversation on the person of Jesus Christ. Questions like “Who do you think Jesus Christ was?” or “Why do you think He died?” bring non-Christians to consider the core of saving faith. Paul wrote: “I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek” (Rom. 1:16). Then, if any rejection occurs, you’ll know it centers on Christ, not you."https://www.intouch.org/read/equipped-for-evangelism
The same men you adore would be very proud of this woman who is sharing the gospel. It is likely she has the attitude recommended by Stanley and would take your opposition and attempts to prevent her from sharing the good news of Jesus as evidence that she is partaking in the sufferings of her savior and your rejection of her confirms she is proclaiming the gospel despite persecution from the likes of you.