Dear Editor:

Recently I was at a church service and I love it when the pipe organ gets progressively more powerful as it goes through each verse on a hymn. The first verse it basically plays the vocal parts and then by the last verse it's all stops out and the music just flows with majesty. Music is best when you feel it with your heart.

Dear Editor:
Recently I was at a church service and I love it when the pipe organ gets progressively more powerful as it goes through each verse on a hymn. The first verse it basically plays the vocal parts and then by the last verse it's all stops out and the music just flows with majesty. Music is best when you feel it with your heart.

The sermon was about the decline of the church and gave statistics of the projected decline and eventual end of the church. I left thinking to myself that it’s not hard to understand why the church is in decline. It also talked of the average age going up and how that could affect the future. How can we expect people of younger ages to embrace the church when the country has for decades been working to eliminate faith and church from government, courts and schools in the America. We send the message that we cannot mention God in the schools and that the Ten Commandments should be removed from court rooms and the city squares.

I wish I had an answer, but I am just one person with one heart. How do we change millions of them? This country will be great again, getting there will be hard but will be glorious like that Sunday in church with great family, music and faith. It will take all of us, Republicans and Democrats and all faiths. One heart and one verse at a time.

Jeff Chancey
Pittsburg, KS