lunedì 7 novembre 2016

RNS
The idea for an Election Day church service came to the pastor as he was pouring juice into little plastic cups. Mark Schloneger was preparing for Communion that day in 2008 in the kitchen of Waynesboro Mennonite Church in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The phone rang. It was a robocall from Sarah Palin, the GOP’s vice presidential nominee that year. She was imploring Christians to go to the polls, vote for her party and take back the country. (...)