Many of us have been involved in a demonstration of one kind or another. During college days in the 60s there were many opportunities for me to march, carrying a sign for or against wars, policies, or just about anything else you can think of. In the world of sports there are tremendous demonstrations after a national or world title is achieved. There I demonstrations following what appears to be in equities on the part of politicians or law enforcement officials. I thank God every day that I live in a country where we are free to demonstrate for or against things that are important to us. Sunday, October fill I we will celebrate holy communion at our church as part of World Communion Sunday. This is probably the biggest demonstration the world has ever known when Christians of all shapes, sizes, colors, and languages gather at the Lords Table to remember Him and to express our love for one another. I hope you will be in the Church – and demonstrate!