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Why Your Church Can No Longer Avoid the LGBTQ Issue

By Travis Collins | July 17, 2018

Many congregations want to avoid the LGBTQ issue altogether. However, neutrality is no longer an option. You’ll take either a proactive position now or a reactive one later.

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Mitch Randall, executive director of, reflects on the lessons of the integration of Little Rock's Central High School in 1957.

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Doing Justice to Our Bodies: How Race Wrongs Us – Part 1

By Starlette Thomas | July 16, 2018

Race has been divinely sanctioned by the church in America. We have given it sacred rights and privileges, a place of honor in our fellowship.

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Oklahoma Partnership Redefines Race Relationships

By Marv Knox | July 16, 2018

A cluster of Native American congregations and the Cooperating Baptist Fellowship of Oklahoma are writing a new script for race relations in the Sooner State.

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U.S. Protestants Regularly Invite Others to Church

By Staff | July 16, 2018

Nearly two-thirds of U.S. adults in Protestant and nondenominational churches have invited someone to church in the past six months, a LifeWay report says.

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¿Por Qué las Personas Toman la Difícil Decisión de Migrar? Parte 2

By Nora Lozano | July 13, 2018

Si bien la esperanza de una vida mejor lleva a muchas personas a migrar, otras se ven empujadas a migrar. Tienen que huir de la violencia y el abuso, ya que sus gobiernos no se preocupan por protegerles, o son incapaces de resolver sus propios problemas gubernamentales.

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Why People Make the Hard Choice to Migrate – Part 2

By Nora Lozano | July 13, 2018

While the hope for a better life draws many to migrate, others are pushed into migration. They must flee violence and abuse because their governments don’t care about them or aren’t capable of dealing with their own problems.

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