People wear pants (or gird their loins, to be more precise) in polite society. Nobody claims that society’s expectation that people be clothed in public is an infringement of anyone’s personal freedom.

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People wear pants (or gird their loins, to be more precise) in polite society. Nobody claims that society’s expectation that people be clothed in public is an infringement of anyone’s personal freedom.

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You Said It

For those who helped with this month’s Dinner Church, we’d like to say thank you. Whether you gave supplies or wrote a check, help make meals or distribute them, you were part of an important message to our foster and adopted families. These families endure endless challenges of flexibility,…