Fired!!! For Acknowledging God
Gregory is the second oldest of twelve children, a father of five daughters, and Papa to fourteen grandchildren. He has a Bachelors Degree to reach and coach from Missouri Valley College, a Masters Degree in Education Administration from Central Missouri State University, a specialist Degree in Education Administration (Superintendent) from Central Missouri State :University, and his Doctoral work has been through California Coast University.
From 1998 to 2004, he was Superintendent of humansville R-IV School District in Polk County, Missouri. With eight other administratorshe worker with MSHSAA to form the State Sportsmanship Committee, helping to put together the first State Sportsmanship summit, and chairing the committee from 2002 to 2004. Working serving children’s needs has been his gift in life. He was officially fired on September 8, 2004, for refusing to keep the Ten Commandments out of the school, the Cross off of his office wall, the Bible off of his desk, and for indicating he would pray for the Veterans, children, and their families, openly. Also, he refused to sign the court document indicating he would always comply with Supreme Court and 8th Circuit Court holdings, Gregory said, “No one is obliged to obey man’s law if it steps on God’s law. We must educate Attorneys about the invalidity of Judges attempting to legislate law from the bench when it goes against God’s ten Commandments and/or the Constitution.
“There are many who know ‘the right thing to know, the right path to take,’ when their faith is challenged. But there are far too few willing to pay the price. Greg is one of those exceptional individuals who stood firm for that which he knew would ultimately prevail, though the current price of that decision was substantial.” Quote from Charles Fuller, Business Men’s fellowship