Posted in April 2010

National Day of Prayer – One Opinion

Earlier this month, Federal Judge Barbara Crabb ruled that a national day of prayer is an unconstitutional call to religious action. Since the ruling, atheist and religious groups have been arguing for and against both the ruling and the national day of prayer itself. Many people of faith, especially Christians, have seen the ruling as … Continue reading »

Dealing with the Devil

“The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy.I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.”—John 10:10 As a rule, Presbyterians don’t talk much about the devil. But this month, we’re going to begin reading C.S. Lewis’ The Screwtape Letters in the pastor’s Bible study. The book imagines a correspondence between … Continue reading »

Anybody have a PC to spare?

We’ve had a number of problems with the secretary’s PC lately. The infamous Blue Screen of Death It’s doing this a lot. A whole lot. If you have a not-too-obsolete PC you could spare, we could certainly put it to work in the office.