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  • Pence: Christian communicators needed 'more than ever'

    by Tom Strode, posted Wednesday, February 28, 2018 (one month ago)

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    NASHVILLE (BP) -- In a time plagued by evil, Americans need the ministry and message provided by Christian communicators, Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday (Feb. 27) at the National Religious Broadcasters' annual convention.

    Speaking at the afternoon session of Proclaim 18, NRB's 75th gathering, Pence told the audience of communication professionals, "[Y]our ministry, your message, your values are needed now more than ever before.... Every day, every hour, you speak strength to the heart of the American people. You shape our country. You water the roots of this nation."

    The vice president said, "[Y]ou have the power to strengthen the character of this nation." Read More

  • VP Pence's marital integrity draws criticism

    by David Roach, posted Friday, March 31, 2017 (one year ago)

    Photo by Gage Skidmore, from Wikimedia Commons
    WASHINGTON (BP) -- A Washington Post reporter's claim that Vice President Mike Pence never eats alone with a woman who is not his wife has drawn a storm of criticism from opponents but praise from evangelicals.

    Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary President Daniel Akin responded that he has made the same commitment to his wife Charlotte while Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma executive director Anthony Jordan said he "applaud[s]" the vice president. Read More

  • 'Life is winning,' VP Pence says at March for Life

    by Tom Strode, posted Monday, January 30, 2017 (one year ago)

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    WASHINGTON (BP) -- Vice President Mike Pence declared "life is winning again in America" in his historic appearance Jan. 27 before a massive March for Life crowd that included a contingent of Southern Baptists attending the Evangelicals for Life conference.

    Sworn in as vice president only a week before, Pence became the first person holding that office to speak in person at the March for Life in its 44-year history. No president has ever appeared at the annual event. Read More

  • VP debate: Faith, social issues spotlighted

    by David Roach, posted Wednesday, October 05, 2016 (one year ago)

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    FARMVILLE, Va. (BP) -- A nine-minute discussion of personal faith and social issues capped a vice presidential debate between Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence that also included discussion of racial bias in the criminal justice system, immigration and humanitarian aid in Syria.

    The 90-minute debate hosted by Virginia's Longwood University Oct. 4 additionally featured squabbles about the character of presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Read More

  • Pence makes case for Trump; Cruz steals spotlight

    by Tom Strode, posted Thursday, July 21, 2016 (one year ago)

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    CLEVELAND (BP) -- Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence made a social conservative's case for Donald Trump on the Republican National Convention's third day, but the GOP runner-up -- Texas Sen. Ted Cruz -- grabbed the spotlight by refusing to endorse his party's nominee.

    Pence, 57, accepted the Republican nomination for vice president Wednesday evening (July 20) and offered reasons the lightning-rod billionaire should be trusted over presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The Indiana governor made his case, however, after a wave of boos ushered Cruz off the stage in a development that assured Pence's speech would be eclipsed in the convention's latest news cycle. Read More

  • Ind. bill affirms 'inclusion' of religious beliefs

    by Diana Chandler, posted Monday, March 30, 2015 (3 years ago)

    "When secularized or nominally religious people don't understand religious motivation, then they are going to assume … some sinister agenda."

    Russell Moore

    INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (BP) -- Indiana's leading Republican lawmakers pledged today (March 30) to introduce language to the state's new religious freedom bill to clarify it does not allow discrimination against homosexuals, but seeks inclusion of religious diversity.

    House Speaker Brian Bosma and Senate President Pro Tem David Long said at today's press conference that backlash generated by the state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), signed into law March 26, is based on a misrepresentation of the bill instead of its intent, design and effect. Read More