from 2019

Gary Haugen shares how Christians can seek justice in everyday life. 

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Since Roe v. Wade was written into law in 1973, millions of babies have been aborted. But in the midst of such tragedy, the pro-life movement has been growing. With the 50th anniversary of Roe looming, what does the future of the legislation look like? At Evangelicals for Life, Travis Wussow and Kristen Waggoner discuss

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This time of year is always good for reflection and planning. And for Christians, one of the things we tend to think about during this time is Bible reading. We assess how well (or not) we stuck to our reading plans, think ahead and set goals for the year ahead, and try to take advantage

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The term GOAT—“Greatest of All Time”—is commonly used today, especially in the context of social media. We love to argue over who is the greatest of all time in every field. It occurs most often in sports contexts, especially in the debate over whether the title belongs to Michael Jordan or Lebron James. But our

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Free, downloadable bulletin insert for use by your church on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. To see additional SBC event dates, visit sbc.net/calendar.

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Civility is a buzz word these days as an exhausted electorate wearily stumbles toward another national election. And Christians—those who are charged with both declaring the truth and cultivating kindness—are, sadly, among the worst when it comes to civil discourse. This issue will explore why that is.  We feature important new research about evangelicals and

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“The most important thing to me right now is talking to Lloyd Vogel.”  That particular line may not have much significance to you now, but it’s a crucial part of an introductory phone call between a jaded journalist and Fred Rogers (played by Tom Hanks) in the new film, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”

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Jamie Ivey shares how Christians can be engaging on social media without promoting themselves. 

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