“Have a Blessed Day,” She Said; So They Fired Her

Polly Neace (screenshot from Fox 19 video, courtesy of Christian Today)

Polly Neace had the same message for every customer at the Walton, Kentucky branch of U.S. Bank where she worked as a teller:  "Have a blessed day," she would say with a smile.And so they fired her.Neace, who had worked for U.S. Bank for more than twenty years, began offering her greeting in 2009.  Bank officials claim that they had received customer complaints, and they had issued repeated warnings to Neace to avoid any mention of faith.According to a report in Christian Today, N … [Read more...]

Now North Carolina Students Have the Right to Pray, Just Like the Rest of Us!

School prayer

This week, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed into law a bill which protects the religious rights of students in North Carolina schools.The new law, which takes effect immediately, protects student-led prayer--allowing students to pray silently, out loud, alone or with others, to the same extent as a student is permitted to reflect, meditate or speak on nonreligious matters.Students will be permitted to organize prayer groups and/or religious clubs.And students will be … [Read more...]

BREAKING: Supreme Court Says It’s OK to Pray!

Supreme Court

In a narrow 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court this morning ruled that it's OK to open government meetings with prayer--even if the prayers are overwhelmingly Christian, and even if citizens are encouraged to participate.The case of Town of Greece vs. Galloway has been wending its way through the courts since 2007, when residents Susan Galloway and Linda Stephens took the board of the small town near Rochester, New York to federal court, contending that its practice of offering prayers … [Read more...]