Monday, November 2, 2009


The REformation blog has been moved to the social networking platform Ning. Please check it out and spread the word! Thank-you!

Meghan H.

Saturday, October 17, 2009


Due to some technical problems and lack of ‘publicity’ for the site, REformation will be closed and re-opened at another networking site. Keep your eyes peeled—the new address will be posted here and emailed to Members. Sorry for any confusion or inconvenience in the interim, and thank-you for your support!

--REformation HQ
Meghan H.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Separation of Church and State?

So here I was Sunday morning, seated at the conference table in the ‘green room’ at the back of our church, tossing out my now-cold and over-sweetened coffee and nibbling away at a rum muffin. Fellow musicians, vocalists, and pastors were chattering about Saturday’s football game and the super-fantastic-and-wonderful sale that JCPenny had this weekend, while I was among those deep into the Sunday paper. On the front page, right next to a report on a local fire and the aforementioned football game, was what I found to be a both infuriating and disappointing article. You may read the original here, but for now I’ll give you the basic facts.

In 1934, a group of World War I veterans constructed a 7-foot cross in the High Desert of San Bernardino County as a tribute to those who died in the war. After the new assistant superintendant of the Mojave National Preserve saw the cross and contacted the ACLU about it, the Supreme Court is due to address the issue and whether or not the cross should be removed on Wednesday.