“. . . For Christians, it is the most basic of expectations – no one has to be Billy Graham to ask a friend to come to a service, a concert, a Bible study. Even to non-believers, it’s the most harmless, least aggressive expression of faith imaginable: “if you want to come, we’d love to have you.” That, at least, is how a 10-year-old Pennsylvania school girl named Katie Ayers saw things, tucking invitations to her church’s Christmas party into her book bag before school one December morning. It really didn’t occur to her that anyone else might see them differently . . . ” Read the rest in the latest issue of Faith & Justice (2013 Vol. VI, Issue 3).
Update: Obamacare abortion mandate litigation and Texas abortion litigation | Casey Mattox on FRC Washington Watch
Casey Mattox appeared on FRC Washington Watch to discuss Gilardi v. Sebelius and other challenges to the Obamacare abortion mandate. Planned Parenthood’s pending challenges to Texas abortion regulations are also discussed. | MP3 audio 11:32 mins |