NC county seeks to resume prayers in light of US Supreme Court decision

Public Prayer in Jesus’ Name: Yes or No? | Rev. Mark H. Creech at Christian Post

Jones commissioners ignore ACLU, continue prayer: dozens gather to support decision | Sun Journal

NC: Craven commissioners open meeting with prayer

Prayer flap reaches Havelock board

Editorial: The prayer issue goes on

NC: County leader plans Christian prayer despite ACLU; 15 government bodies changed policies

Rowan County, NC: Prayer in Jesus name; one commissioner’s defense

Health care, ambassadors and other matters of conscience | ABP

NC: “Craven commissioners don’t have a prayer”

Under the U.S. Supreme Court: Keeping Jesus in government

Brett Harvey and Dave Cortman: Invocations naming ‘Jesus’ still have a prayer | Washington Examiner

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Pair of “Jesus’ Name” Prayer Cases | The New American

Winston-Salem Journal Editorial: The Supreme Court rightly declines to hear prayer-fight appeal, ending a losing battle

Timeline of events in Forsyth County prayer case | Winston-Salem Journal

ACLU to Ask More Gov’t Boards to Change Prayer Policy | My Fox 8

Court allows ‘Jesus prayers’ to be banned | Baptist Press

At the Supreme Court, All Work and No Pray

ADF: U.S. Supreme Court refuses Forsyth County prayer case despite divided lower courts

Ken Klukowski: Shocker! Supreme Court lets stand lower bench’s ban on saying ‘Jesus’ too often in public prayers | Washington Examiner

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Forsyth County prayer appeal | JournalNow.com

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Forsyth County prayer appeal

Forsyth Prayer Appeal Decision Expected Soon from Supreme Court | Fox

Forsyth County Files Final Brief with SCOTUS

County says Supreme Court should hear prayer case

Brief filed against Forsyth appeal on prayer | JournalNow.com

Winston Salem Journal Editorial: “Prayer has no place at government meetings”

Alan E. Sears: The battle is joined over the right to pray…

N.C. County Appeals to Supreme Court in Case that Bans Christian Prayers | The New American

N.C. County Asks Court to Allow Prayer in Jesus’ Name

Jesus’ name ruled ‘unconstitutional’

Prayer Supporters Confident High Court Will Hear Case

NC County Wants to Overturn Ban on ‘In Jesus Name’

Forsyth commissioners ask US Supreme Court to rule on opening meetings with prayer to Jesus

County files petition to take prayer case to the U.S. Supreme Court

Brett Harvey: Can The Government Make Theological Distinctions Amongst Faith Traditions?

NC: La Grange Town Council to bring back prayer despite federal ruling

Brett Harvey: What is the purpose of public prayer?

Brett Harvey: Was Forsyth County punished for being too Christian?

Are Devout Adherents To Faith Ineligible To Deliver Public Prayers?

Have the Constitutional protections for public prayer changed?

Letter: Say a prayer for the FFRF

NC: “ACLU warns about prayers”

Onslow Co., NC: Invocation issue surfaces at commissioner’s meeting

Self-proclaimed ‘liberal like Jesus” votes conservative on prayer

Brett Harvey and Mike Johnson: 4th Circuit wrong to order Forsyth County to censor private prayer

Forsyth Co. to take prayer to Supreme Court

N.C. Board to Appeal Prayer Case to Supreme Court

North Carolina prayer case will be appealed to Supreme Court

Forsyth to appeal prayer case to US Supreme Court

Appeal of prayer ruling OK’d

Commissioners Vote To Appeal Prayer Case To Supreme Court

A matter of opinion: Judges, attorneys differ on sectarian prayer ruling

North Carolina county officials will fight court order to stop praying in Jesus’ name

Unconstitutional prayers

NC: Three more commissioners announce for prayer appeal

Ask SAM: Straight Answers

NY Times Praises 4th Circuit’s legislative prayer ruling

Federal Court Rules Jesus Name Unconstitutional

Four on board back prayer appeal

Winston Salem-Journal: “Latest ruling in prayer fight upholds Constitution”

Federal appeals court rejects sectarian prayer in Forsyth commissioners’ meetings