Stephanie Butnick: In the Faith section of the Washington Times, Karen Goldberg Goff reports that truckers who happen to be in Carlisle, PA on a Sunday morning now can attend a church service in a nearby motor home. The services in Carlisle, led by a “retired truck-driver-turned-pastor,” are one of 74 outposts of Truckstop Ministries. The services are said to offer support for the mostly male truck drivers and help them resist temptation on the road. For these truckers, it looks like Sunday delivery is possible.