A federal appeals court has upheld a decision saying that Jesus cannot be invoked in public prayers. As one judge says in dissent:
“Thus … the majority has dared to step in and regulate the language of prayer—the sacred dialogue between humankind and God. Such a decision treats prayer agnostically; reduces it to a civil nicety; … Most frightfully, it will require secular [authorities] to evaluate and parse particular religious prayers…”
I have a solution: let people pray however they want. If you don’t like it, you can choose to see it as protected speech and choose not to be offended.