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Southern Baptists march for life in Washington
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Life not a partisan issue, EFL speakers sayVIENNA, Va. (BP) -- The sanctity and dignity of human life call for non-partisan support and a broad approach, speakers said on the final day of the 2019 Evangelicals for Life conference.
Participants at the fourth annual event sponsored by the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) heard speakers and panelists Jan. 17 address not only abortion but such topics as adoption, Christian persecution, refugees, immigrants, criminal justice reform and racial reconciliation. The two-day conference was held at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Va., a suburb of Washington, D.C. Read More
FROM THE STATES: La., Tenn., N.C. evangelism/missions news; 'We ... give them the chance to make the most important decision in their lives'
Today's From the States features items from: Baptist Message (Louisiana); Baptist and Reflector (Tennessee); Biblical Recorder (North Carolina)
La. church's 'beach' ministry more than kids' club
By Brian Blackwell
SULPHUR, La. (Baptist Message) -- Volunteers with an after-school outreach are finding Jesus saves in the halls of Sulphur's E.K. Key Elementary School. Read More
Moore at EFL: Dignity, Gospel neededVIENNA, Va. (BP)-- Human dignity and Gospel mission should characterize the Christian voice at a time when people are treated like machines, Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore said at Evangelicals for Life Thursday (Jan. 17).
Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, opened the second day of the annual conference sponsored by the ERLC. The two-day event at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Va., a suburb of Washington, D.C., continued with a full day of addresses, panel discussions and breakout sessions on such topics as abortion, adoption, disability, racial unity, immigration, Christian persecution and criminal justice reform.
Many EFL attendees planned to participate in the annual March for Life Friday (Jan. 18) on the National Mall. Read More
SCOTUS: Trump's ban on trans military service standsWASHINGTON (BP) -- The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday (Jan. 22) to allow the enforcement of President Trump's ban on transgender military service, a ban previously frozen by lower court injunctions.
The policy immediately stops transgender persons from entering the military except "under certain limited circumstances," according to media reports. It was first announced by Trump via Twitter in July 2017 and then tweaked in March 2018 to help it pass through lower courts attempting to block it. See related Baptist Press report. Read More