Thursday, March 15, 2012

Prayer Costs Indiana Food Pantry Govt. Products; Volunteers Asked People If They Wanted to Pray

The Christian Post website reports today (March 15, 2012) that an Indiana food pantry has lost access to government commodities to distribute to clients, because its volunteers would ask people if they would like to pray.

Community Provisions of Jackson County in Seymour, Indiana -- a faith-based food pantry supported by local churches -- can no longer provide clients with federal government commodities due to its prayer policy.