Authentic Faith Doesn’t Need Taxpayer ‘Help’

Bill Mefford Wall of Separation When I was in seminary in Wilmore, Ky., I served as a part-time missions pastor at a United Methodist church in town. The church was going through some transitions and was trying to figure out a vision for the coming months ... Read »

In Alabama, Another ‘Family Values’ Politician Falls

Rob Boston Wall of Separation There are people who support separation of church and state in the South – plenty of them. It has been my privilege over the years to meet with some.   They even exist in Alabama. But there’s no denying that many of the resid ... Read »

A Big Loss For Vouchers In The Lone Star State

Rob Boston Wall of Separation Texas is one of the more conservative states in the country. Over the years, Lone Star State legislators have cooked up some pretty bad church-state legislation. Voucher legislation is common in the Texas legislature, but eve ... Read »