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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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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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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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Remembering MLK: BP's Q&A with key Southern Baptists

E.W. McCall was so impacted by King that he named his youngest child Yolanda, after King's daughter. "And if it had been a boy, he would have been named Martin." McCall has retired from the pastorate of St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church in La Puente, Calif., and moved to Texas, where he serves as a specialist with the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention.

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FIRST-PERSON: Is God at home in you?

It's my hope and prayer that we will take this offer from our Lord seriously. May we so abide in Him that He knows He is totally welcome -- not merely invited to compete for space, allegiance and loyalty in our hearts, but welcomed and honored as the resident King and Lord of our lives.

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FIRST-PERSON: Extraterrestrials & our search for God

While many of us roll our eyes at the suggestion of little green men flying around outside our solar system, it is not a universal skepticism. For some people the hope is that we are not alone and that if we look hard enough we can find a way to communicate with our non-human neighbors.

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