Powerhouse and the Pastor, Part Six

Continued from Part Five
Night Lord stared down into the classroom the youth usually met in. No one was in there. By now the service should’ve been about over. The laughter of two boys resounded through the ventilation shaft. They were already using their new youth center. Disaster! The center wasn’t to be opened for two months at the earliest.

He left the church and ran outside. Jones was talking with Powerhouse. He hid behind a bush, shouldering his dart gun.

“I’m a good guy,” said Powerhouse. “How could I not go to Heaven?”

“Are you perfect?”

“No, but what’s that got to do with it?”

Night Lord focused on the pastor and prepared to fire.

“That’s the standard,” said the Pastor. “That’s the only way you can go to Heaven.”

“But nobody’s perfect!”

The Pastor nodded. “That’s why we need Jesus.”

Night Lord fired. Powerhouse reached out and snatched the dart. Night Lord ran. It wouldn’t take even that dunce long to figure out the dart was poisoned. He jumped in the midnight jaguar he’d parked in the alley. He drove by Powerhouse, who was examining the blow gun.

Night Lord sighed. “Looks like we’ve got a complication.”

Continued here

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