LS: Christian nation or not, faithful still flock

PASTOR MIKE MACFARLANE of New Day Ministries in Grand Junction speaks at the sunrise service Sunday morning in Lincoln Park Barn. The service was moved from Suplizio Field because of early morning rain. MacFarlane said Easter is the most common time of year for questioning Christian faith and that Christians should “rise up and live out loud.”



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PASTOR MIKE MACFARLANE of New Day Ministries in Grand Junction speaks at the sunrise service Sunday morning in Lincoln Park Barn. The service was moved from Suplizio Field because of early morning rain. MacFarlane said Easter is the most common time of year for questioning Christian faith and that Christians should “rise up and live out loud.”

Don’t tell Amber Strasser that Christianity in America is declining. Strasser was one of several hundred local residents who awoke early Sunday to attend the 6:45 a.m. community Easter…




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