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Religion briefs

October 15, 2022 at 4:00 a.m.
The Rev. Mark Clark - Submitted photo

First Presbyterian offers

Law, religion discussion

First Presbyterian Church, 213 Whittington Ave., will hold a "pop-up" discussion on law and religion on Saturday, Oct. 22, in the church's Fellowship Hall.

The speaker will be the Rev. Mark Clark, a retired PC (USA) pastor and lawyer. "He will present and discuss some of the hottest religious issues being debated in today's news," a news release said. Clark teaches several classes at the UALR Bowen School of Law, including Law & Religion. He is married to the Rev. Carol Clark, who currently serves on the staff of the Presbytery of Arkansas.

Using video, slides and other media, Clark will "lay out the issues in each case, invite you to discuss how you would decide, and then describe how the courts actually ruled and why."

"Topics for discussion will include 'Can a baker be forced to sell a wedding cake to a gay couple when his religious views are opposed to marriage between same sex,' or, 'Can a public school football coach be fired for praying on the 50-yard line after each home game?'," the release said.

The public is welcome to attend. A snack lunch will follow the event for guests who make reservations by noon Thursday by calling the church at 501-624-5646.

Lakeview/Spa City Kidz

harvest fest set for today

Lakeview Assembly of God Church and Spa City Kidz will hold their annual harvest fest at Wade Street Park, 300 Wade St., beginning at 11 a.m. today.

There will be candy, games, food, a Bible story, music, face painting, and a bounce house.

Two wealth workshops

offered at First Lutheran

The American Creed Academy Inc. will hold four workshops on "The Democratization of Wealth via a First-Class Education System" from 2:30-3:30 p.m. today and Saturday, Oct. 22, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 109 Hobson Ave.

There is no cost, but reserved seating for families of four is available for $50. Call 870-557-0902.

Professor William Maxwell, 93, an Arkansas native who trained in economics at Oregon State University and UC Berkeley, mentored at Oxford University, and who holds master's and doctorate degrees from Harvard University, now conducts workshops guiding parents and grandparents all over Arkansas on how to implement both divine and scientific economic wisdom to help every child become a millionaire by age 40.

"Grandparents are particularly critical in this issue," a news release said.

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