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Christians: Become involved in both the sacred and secular!

 Ever heard the old song, "Brighten the Corner Where You Are?"    Time for Christians to step up to the plate and become voices of hope--influencers--in the spaces God has placed us.      Representatives from One Way Press recently attended a City Commission meeting and were delighted to participate in prayer with a local pastor as a part of the meeting. Following up on the City Commissioners meeting, we decided to check out the County Commissioners Meeting.     It was a different story on the county level. Rather than opening with Christian prayer, the County Commissioners opened their meeting with a secular humanist invocation, led by a chapter leader from the Freedom FROM Religion Foundation .     Does that alarm you? It should.    It is long past time for Christians to become involved in their local political agendas and to vote knowledgeably for officials at every level of our local, state, ad national governments. Check your city's website for pos

Seneca Falls 2: Freedom for Christian Women's Conference..10 years Later!

 One Way Press supports functional equality and autonomy between women and men (as opposed to the intangible, unintelligible, ethereal, "spiritual," equality that under-girds complementarianism and traditional role religion). Follow this blog by email or subscribe to newsletter updates for details on how to participate in the live annual anniversary conference call commemorating the 2010 Seneca Falls 2 Freedom for Christian Women Conference !   Jocelyn Andersen, Senior Editor of One Way Press, is an eclectic Christian writer who writes about many subjects. To receive Jocelyn's updates and newsletters, subscribe  HERE . To receive an announcement from Amazon whenever a new book is released by Jocelyn Andersen, subscribe to  Her Amazon author's page . To contact Jocelyn: Use the contact form in the sidebar of her blog at www.jocelynandersen.com to leave comments on her books, to reach her with questions, or to request for her to come and speak at your gro