It’s a paradox of sorts—the faithful seek a transcendent realm, but their deep communities are knitted together in physical space.
In-person worship is essential and necessary. If you can go to the grocery store, work, and school, you can certainly go to church. And you should.
In a 4-3 ruling, the court stated that Gov. Tony Evers unlawfully issued COVID-19 emergency orders, including a mask mandate.
The New York Times smears religious Americans as a ‘major source’ of COVID outbreaks even as church-related infections represent only 0.02 percent of cases.
If our constitutional protections go out the door at the declaration of every emergency, what is the point of having them?
Declaring religious services to be ‘non-essential’ is beyond the rightful role of government. Instead, officials should equally apply all limits.
Kentucky State Police will record the license plate numbers of cars in church parking lots, and local health departments will issue 14-day quarantine orders to the owners.
Christians need to understand that relying on screens and other technology is not leading to better worship, it’s ruining it.
Jesus has invited us to his birthday celebration, but many are staying home and opening their presents, instead.
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