Posted on December 4, 2018December 5, 2018 by PJ SlingerPhotos, cartoons and marquees (December 2018) I am a proud FFRF member and love reading Freethought Today every month. And once I’m finished, my cat, Pinky, loves sprawling out and taking a nap on the paper! We both sleep peacefully knowing everyone at FFRF is working hard to keep religion out of our democracy. — Katelyn and Pinky Shearer of Virginia Prior to the midterm election, Rae Howard (pictured) and Janet Thew of the Greater Sacramento Chapter of FFRF set up a voter registration table over several days at a community college and coffee house in the Sacramento area. They registered 21 voters and shared FFRF items, including stickers, buttons, brochures and issues of Freethought Today. Evangelicals Vatican vision Confessional Don’t forget to flush!: Member Michael Rowe sent us this photo of a marquee from the Voice of Calvary Church in Altoona, Fla. Who’s the problem?: Richard Packham saw this church marquee in Roseburg, Ore. “My immediate thought was, ‘Yes! God is a greater problem than any problem I have.’ It also listed a time for ‘Sun worship’ and I thought, ‘Gee, a sun-worshipping church?’” A sweet gesture: A member of the Dallas-Fort Worth FFRF chapter made some cookies for FFRF Co-President Dan Barker’s visit in October. Our tastebuds thank you. FFRF Co-President Dan Barker (second from right) traveled to the Dallas-Forth Worth area to speak with members of the DFW FFRF chapter in October. Pictured, from left to right, are: Aaron Cott, Karen Hoenig, Courtney Stewart, Jenny Del Toro, Owen Younger, Rex Burks, Barker and Randy Hoenig. “Thank you so much for coming to Dallas and supporting the new chapter here,” Younger writes. “You and FFRF have a committed group of supporters down here and we want to do everything we can to help protect the wall of separation and to try and make some more freethinkers while we’re at it.” FFRF welcomes its newest chapter.