the death of prayer virgil

by amos Editor’s note: Amos is a churchmouse, unable to use the keyboard shift keys and unschooled in the art of punctuation. Of late, tragedy has struck the church pew underworld. It is an event that forebodes serious implications for future prayer meetings. Amos describes the situation in this week’s column: there is a sadness […]

Students to express faith at graduation ceremonies.

By Gary Mitchell Federal guidelines issued by the Department of Education in February that ensure schools give teachers and students as much freedom to pray as the courts have allowed have received mixed reviews from educational and watchdog camps. Schools are scrambling to adhere to the guidelines, issued as part of the No Child Left […]

Answering the call to prayer

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By Gary Mitchell The blowing of the shofar, or ram’s horn, called a solemn assembly to pray and praise the Lord Thursday as part of the local observance of the 2003 National Day of Prayer. “We stand in honor of our risen Lord Jesus Christ,” said Mike Teague, organizer of the Clovis prayer event held […]