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Archive: January, 2018

Continued work for immigration remedy urged

Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore and some other evangelical Christian leaders are urging the federal government to continue to work toward a long-term solution for undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children in the wake of reported comments by President Trump that have embroiled the effort.

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FIRST-PERSON: The battle for your time

In the early days of another year, it is important to consider how we use the time God gives us, since the hours, days and months will quickly pass away.

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Pro-life centers continue to meet challenges despite opposition

Pregnancy resource centers continue to carry on the vital, pro-life work of serving vulnerable women and unborn children in the face of ongoing, adversarial campaigns by abortion rights advocates and the growing effort to regulate their work by state and local governments.

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Rethinking missions and retirement

Baby Boomers -- those born between 1946 and 1964 -- are currently heading into retirement at an unprecedented rate. Data suggests that on average, 10,000 Baby Boomers retire every day.

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Insight - February 2018

To be able to influence current events as they relate to church planting, a credible model must be presented that allows churches to be established with a greater sense of purpose and direction — which will ultimately affect what they are able to do as they mature.

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