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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 EthicsDaily.com, reflects on the lessons of the integration of Little Rock's Central High School in 1957.

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BWA Challenges U.S. Policy to Separate Migrant Families

By Curtis Ramsey-Lucas | July 13, 2018

Meeting in Zurich, members of the Baptist World Alliance adopted a resolution challenging the zero-tolerance policy of the Trump administration to deal with the crisis on the U.S. southern border.

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If You Have This Kind of Faith, It’s Not Worth Having

By Leroy Seat | July 13, 2018

Faith in God is always good, but people often have an insufficient or erroneous understanding of God. Failing to have an adequate understanding of God can produce a flawed faith.

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A Historic Debate Emerges: Original Intent vs. Living Document

By Mitch Randall | July 12, 2018

Whether the Constitution or the Bible, we must apply the delicate balance between original intent, which can serve as our moral compass, versus a living document, which weighs current realities.

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¿Por Qué las Personas Toman la Difícil Decisión de Migrar? Parte 1

By Nora Lozano | July 12, 2018

La migración es un problema mundial, y quienes migran enfrentan un camino extremadamente difícil e incierto. Mientras que algunas personas migran por razones educativas o vocacionales, la mayoría migra debido a problemas económicos y la esperanza de una vida mejor.

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Why People Make the Hard Choice to Migrate – Part 1

By Nora Lozano | July 12, 2018

Migration is a worldwide issue, and those who do migrate face an extremely hard and uncertain road. While some people migrate due to educational or vocational reasons, most migrate due to economic issues and the hope for a better life.

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