Saturday, April 30, 2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011



Ray Comfort agreed to be a call-in guest on the “Atheist Experience”, hosted by Matt Dillahunty and Russell Glasser.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

Available on Ebay

All Hail Lord Cheesus

The holy apparition that appeared in a pizza.

In a purported "miracle", the face of Jesus Christ has appeared on a three-cheese pizza made at Posh Pizza in New Farm, Brisbane.

And the image can be yours to enjoy.

The shop, in the city's Fortitude Valley, has put the slice on eBay.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Really Open Congregation

Brethren Pastor is Person of the Year

When the Rev. Mike Burr was told he was being considered named “Person of the Year” by the Western Colorado Atheists and Freethinkers, the group asked if it would be “detrimental” to his church, said Burr, with a chuckle.

He replied, “no,” that he wasn't afraid of any backlash.

“Our congregation is very open,” said Burr, pastor of Koinonia Church in Grand Junction. Burr has been a pastor for 35 years, most of that time in the Northwest. He came to Grand Junction in 2004 to shepherd Koinonia at 730 25 Road, a congregation aligned with American Baptist Churches of USA and Church of the Brethren.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Sunday, April 03, 2011

More Than Meets The Eye

'Robot' leads worship at Cedar Lake

A student ministry team from Manchester College will provide worship at the Cedar Lake Church of the Brethren, April 10 at 10:30 a.m.

The group, known as Robot — Radically Obedient Brethren Outreach Team — has as its theme, "Finding your roots" based on Psalm 92: 4-15. According to Manchester College Campus Pastor Walt Wiltschek, "the group began as an opportuntiy for students to develop their gifts in worship leadership and preaching."

Cedar Lake Church of the Brethren is located at 2939 CR 15 in rural Auburn. The public is invited to attend.

Saturday, April 02, 2011


Group Preparing For Bible Aptitude Test

A local Bible study group led by 18-year-old Elna Parker has begun meeting more frequently and taking regular practice exams in preparation for the upcoming high-pressure Bible Aptitude Test. "The fact is, if you want to get into a good church these days, you have to do really well on your BATs," Parker told reporters Wednesday as she flipped through a heavily highlighted King James Bible. "My cousin didn't take them seriously, totally blew his Second Maccabees, and wound up in a Unitarian congregation." Parker went on to say that the math section was a breeze, since it was all threes, sevens, and 12's, but memorizing the 3,087 character names is where most people trip up.