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New Mexico Pro-Life Partnership Shows ‘Cooperative Spirit of Southern Baptists’

For more than a decade, Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center has not had a permanent location for its ministry.

Suspected Herdsmen Kill 12 Christians in Benue State, Nigeria

After authorities in Nigeria ignored warnings that thousands of cattlemen were arriving in Benue state, suspected herdsmen on Saturday (Jan. 28) attacked two villages there and killed 12 Christians.

Synod Officials Caution Bishops To Put Catholics’ Needs Over Their Own Agendas

The warning seemed aimed at the German bishops' approach to the Synodal Path.

US Hispanic Protestant Churches Are Young, Growing and Largely New to the Country

'We see more and more English-speaking churches either planting a Hispanic church or adding a service in Spanish to their current congregation,' said Giancarlo Montemayor with Lifeway Recursos.

Children’s Anxiety, Stress Tops List of Parental Concerns

A recent Pew Research study said mental health topped parents’ concerns over their children, with 40 percent saying they were “extremely” or “very” worried over struggles with anxiety or depression.

Pakistan Eyeing More Stringent Blasphemy Law Despite Growing Outrage

Pakistan is considering a stricter blasphemy law. The country's lower house of parliament has passed a bill strengthening punishment for blasphemy despite international outcry and security concerns among Christians and other religious minorities there.

Video of Premature Baby Raising Hand in Worship as Father Sings in NICU Goes Viral

A Texas father went viral after posting a video of himself singing to his two and a half month old baby boy who was born four months premature.

‘That Is Not in the Bible’—Candace Cameron Bure and Tara-Leigh Cobble Discuss Untrue Sayings That Make Us Feel Good

There are some common sayings some Christians believe that appear to be empowering, but are actually false, say Candace Cameron Bure and Tara-Leigh Cobble. The two women discussed this idea in a broader conversation about the Holy Spirit in the Jan. 18 episode of Bure’s podcast.

Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts Express Gratitude to God Ahead of Super Bowl LVII

Super Bowl LVII will feature the first-ever matchup between two Black quarterbacks—both of whom are outspoken Christians. Patrick Mahomes is taking the Kansas City Chiefs to their third Super Bowl in four years, and Jalen Hurts of the Philadelphia Eagles is making his debut at the big game.

Jacksonville Church Holds Open Forum Following Criticism Over Stance on Gender, Sexuality, Marriage

First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, Florida, is responding to backlash surrounding a statement of belief on human sexuality that the church recently instituted as a requirement for membership.

Women and Children Welcomed in California Church’s New ‘Village’

When the first residents moved into the newly built emergency shelters on the campus of Meridian Baptist Church, it was the fulfillment of a ministry idea years in the making.

First Indictments in Dobbs-Related Attacks on Pregnancy Care Centers

Caleb Hunter Freestone and Amber Marie Smith-Stewart, who have been charged with attacking a pregnancy care center, are the first two people to be indicted on federal charges related to the SCOTUS decision on Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

Single Mother Knew ‘Life Was the Choice’

Abortion was never an option for Whitney McCluskey.

North Carolina Pastor Reconciles With Parents Who Abandoned Him as a Child

For years, pastor Steven Cox held a deep anger toward his parents, who abandoned him when he was a child. Now, with God’s help, Cox has a good relationship with them and is in the process of discipling his father.

Tyre Nichols Police Beating Video Prompts Faith Leaders To React With Grief, Goals

Religious leaders reacted with legislative appeals and collective grief to the release of video footage of police officers beating Tyre Nichols, a Black man who died days after a traffic stop in Memphis, Tennessee.

Texas Baptist College Student Arrested on Sexual Abuse Charges, Dismissed From School

A statement released by the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary announced their cooperation with local authorities and immediate action in regard to a now-former student who was arrested on abuse charges.

Former Charlotte Pastor Frank Reich Named Carolina Panthers Head Coach

NFL head coach Frank Reich is returning to Charlotte, North Carolina, to coach the Carolina Panthers, a city where he pastored until 2007 when he left to coach in the NFL.

Dan Cathy Shares Leadership Advice From His Years at Chick-fil-A: ‘Never Dumb Down the Music to Fit the Orchestra’

.@ChickfilA board chairman @dancathy recently shared that the purpose of America’s #1 favorite restaurant’s is “to glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that’s entrusted” to them.

Pastor Greg Laurie Warns Against 2 Unbiblical Ideas That People Believe

In a video posted to his YouTube channel, Pastor Greg Laurie expounds on two ideas some people believe that are actually not true.

Christian Baker Jack Phillips Continues Fight After Latest Court Loss

Jack Phillips, the Christian baker who won a Supreme Court case in 2018, lost an appeal Thursday (Jan. 26) in a Colorado civil lawsuit regarding a transgender-themed cake.

‘Jesus Christ Is the Only Way’—Disney Star Joshua Bassett Shares His...

Joshua Bassett, one of the stars of Disney’s “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series,” has put his trust in Jesus, according to one of his recent tweets and comments he made in his Instagram stories.

Dallas Jenkins on Why ‘The Chosen’ Is Not ‘Adding to Scripture’

Dallas Jenkins joins the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast to explain the principles that guide how “The Chosen” is created and why he believes “God has his hand” on the show.

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