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Why Social Justice, the Kingdom of God Go Hand in Hand

By Colin Holtz | February 18, 2019

Although many conservative white evangelicals decry social justice, using terms like “social justice warrior” as a pejorative, it’s impossible to separate it from the Kingdom of God. Let’s explore what the Bible means by justice.

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Jennifer Lau, associate executive director of Canadian Baptist Ministries, talks about the "She Matters" campaign.

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Sacred Texts, Social Duty: A Documentary about Faith and Taxation

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Clergy, Laity Partnership is Essential for Church Health

By Mitch Carnell | February 8, 2019

The laity and clergy were once equal partners in Baptist congregations. With the arrival of the megachurch and the CEO-pastor model, the influence of the laity has been in steady decline while clergy abuses have been on the rise.

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Why Your Church Should Oppose Taking Migrant Kids from Parents

By Roger Olson | February 8, 2019

Forcibly separating families unnecessarily – especially as a deterrent to cause fear among would-be immigrant families – is cruel. U.S. churches must stand against this crime against humanity.

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Look Back | Should Immigrants Learn English to be American?

By Andy Watts | February 8, 2019

Requiring immigrants to learn the English language as a condition of citizenship is a contemporary form of jingoism, which provides the opportunity for discriminatory acts toward a group of people along linguistic and racial lines.

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Getting Beyond the Divide on Abortion: Is Listening the Key?

By Mitch Randall | February 7, 2019

In our patriarchal society, men often try to commandeer the debate concerning abortion and women’s health. We men need to listen to women with open ears and open hearts. Here are 5 ways to do that.

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Churches Seeking Senior Pastors Cast Nets Toward Associates

By Barry Howard | February 7, 2019

A new trend is emerging among churches seeking senior pastors. Pastor search committees are discovering that experienced associate pastors and ministry residents are prime candidates for their consideration.

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