Or is that a clear violation of the separation of church and state?
Friday, December 28, 2012
Earlier this year, a judge sentenced an Oklahoma teen to 10 years probation, the terms of which included regular church attendance, for a manslaughter charge. Tyler Alred, now 17, had been drinking when he crashed a pickup truck on Dec. 3, 2011, according to Tulsa World reports. The accident killed a 16-year-old passenger who was reportedly a friend of Alred. Although not legally drunk, it is reported that because Alred was below the legal drinking age he was still considered to be under the influence of alcohol. He was sentenced after pleading guilty, and the terms of probation included the church mandate. Alred, a regular church-goer anyway, reportedly does not object to the probation requirement involving church attendance. However, …
Students at the Cobb County Faith Lutheran School have developed a physical workout for all ages for their First LEGO League project.
Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Faith Lutheran School has a second-year First LEGO League (FLL) team called the ROBOEAGLES. The children have been working on their 2012-2013 project for competition. FLL has challenged the students to find a senior mentor and solve a real life problem that effects seniors everywhere. The children found an amazing asset in Marci Kalember, an East Cobb realtor and senior. Together they talked about aging and how life changes. Marci has had an amazing life and what the children took away from their meetings with her was that physical health is extremely important to living the life you want at any age. The team was so excited about this concept they met with Rayna Jobe, MD, family practitioner, Dr. Laurelyn Barnett of Chiropractic at the …