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Old Friends

Our family celebrated matrimonial love with a wedding this past weekend.

An outdoors event.

A hay bales and fire trucks, and barefoot riding-the-bull-afterwards occasion.

Old friends chatted a while before the preacher gathered us in. 12 more words

How I Pray at Military Ceremonies

I offer a lot of public invocations. Here are some brief, practical thoughts on how I approach the task.

Introducing the Prayer. I say why I am offering an invocation and gently invite people to participate in their own way. 838 more words

God And Country

His Name and Remembrance

Summer nears its end with a collage of sights, sounds, and sensations that flood the experience. The lush green of late summer (when it hasn’t been a drought year) is unlike that of any other time of year; flowers gardens are glowing and bugs are buzzing with their busy, end-of-summer drone. 639 more words

General

Does It Matter What We Call God?

DOES IT MATTER WHAT WE CALL GOD?

THE NAME OF GOD DO WE NEED TO GET IT RIGHT?

by – Mary A. LaClair

    

Let the name of God not be profaned or adulterated as salt which loses it flavor by mixing with  other things. 2,876 more words

He Will Not Forsake His Faithful Ones

Okay. I admit it. I am tempted sometimes to feel troubled by the times. From the point of view of someone who believes that there is such a thing as “truth” and that such truth has as its basis and origin a Creator, our culture seems to be waging war against the idea of a divine standard and, therefore, the One Who upholds that standard. 916 more words

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Pluralism or Non-Sectarianism: The Supreme Court on Government Invocations

Town of Greece v. Galloway, 2014

On the issue of invocations at government ceremonies, the most relevant Supreme Court decision is Town of Greece v. Galloway… 965 more words

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Police, Arrests, and Me!

Law and order has always been a challenge.  Whether it dates back to European days or further back to ancient days, human government was established post Noah’s flood.  510 more words

Everyday Thinking