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  “Save the lost, at any cost” is the heart of this life-giving church. With Pastor Andrew DeLong, the tall one, his arms outstretch to...

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Catholic Bishops of Florida Issue Statement on 46th Anniversary of Roe...

In a joint statement, Florida’s Catholic bishops continued an annual tradition of recognizing the Jan. 22, 1973, U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade. Catholic dioceses in the United States designate Jan. 22 as a “Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children”.

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Research Shows Christians “over-represented” in Incoming US Congress

Pew Research reported Christians are overrepresented in both sides, considering that only 71 percent of all adults in the US identify as Christians.

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Final Season - Two weekends left, April 13-14, 20-21 to see the live drama, The Story of Jesus. with live animals, colorful costumes, and soaring angels! Scenes include His Baptism, Temptations, His Ministry, The Sea of Galilee...and more yet for the First Act. Intermission...

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  • Christian women targets for persecution: Open Doors January 17, 2019
    Targeted Christian persecution tailored to hurt women is trending globally, Open Doors reported in its 2019 World Watch List of 50 countries most dangerous for Christians to practice their faith.
  • Prohibition & Baptists 100 years later January 17, 2019
    When prohibition was ratified 100 years ago, opposition to the liquor trade was a mark of Baptist identity. Despite prohibition's repeal in 1933, historians say, the Baptist convictions that drove it did not waver for most of the past century.
  • Evangelicals for Life opens with Platt, Chapman January 17, 2019
    Obedience to the Great Commission leads Christians "inevitably to treasure the sanctity of human life," David Platt told the audience at Evangelicals for Life Wednesday night (Jan. 16) in an opening session that featured a benefit concert by Steven Curtis Chapman for the Psalm 139 Project.
  • FROM THE SEMINARIES: Spurgeon College broadens Fusion to North America; Boyce College adds communications program January 17, 2019
    In today's From the Seminaries: Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's Spurgeon College broadens its Fusion program in North American Mission Board partnership; Southern Baptist Theological Seminary's Boyce College adds communications degree.

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  • Can We Handle the Truth About Racism and the Church?
    Before racial reconciliation can happen, says Jemar Tisby, American believers need to reckon honestly with the sins of the past. At the climax of the 1992 classic A Few Good Men, Colonel Nathan Jessup (Jack Nicholson) famously screams, “You can’t handle the truth!” Responding to questions from Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee (Tom Cruise) about a military […]
    Kathryn Freeman
  • Clean Water or the Gospel?
    The answer is both. Today, there are 844 million people around the world without access to clean water; 2.5 billion do not use a toilet to manage their waste. And 3.4 billion people are unreached with the gospel. The intersection of all three of these is predominately rural villages dominated by animism and other folk […]
    Justin Narducci
  • How to Lead Well as a Church Planting Leader
    Three tips from my own experience as a church planting leader. Many frequently joke about the turnover rate in church planting leadership. It seems that whenever I’m at a conference or church event, someone new will come up and say, “Hey, Ed. I’m the new leader of church planting at [insert denomination name].” To be […]
    Ed Stetzer