prayer

Senate OKs prayer plaque for World War II monument

The U.S. Senate by unanimous consent passes a bill to include a prayer plaque at the National World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Supreme Court approves sectarian prayer at public meetings

The Supreme Court declares May 5 that the Constitution not only allows for prayer at government meetings, but sectarian prayer.

Most favor prayer, minus Jesus, at public meetings

A new survey finds U.S. voters clearly favor prayer — as long as the public prayer is generic and not specifically Christian.

CPH releases ‘On-the-Go Prayers’ for busy families

The one-minute prayers are designed to help families “make prayer part of [their] daily routine,” according to Concordia Publishing House.

Bible study, video complement Luther’s prayer guide

A free, two-part Bible study and video on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther’s “A Simple Way to Pray” are now available for free download.

Third ‘PRAY’ event set for mid-April

“PRAY2013” — a synodwide event designed to bring LCMS Lutherans together to pray for a variety of topics — is planned for April 18-19 in St. Louis.