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WEEK OF PRAYER: No typical Sunday for church planter A typical Sunday for Jose Nater looks anything but typical. As church planter and pastor of not one, not two, but three Spanish-language church plants on the eastern shore of Maryland, Nater and his family remain dedicated to the work they believe God has called them to do.
BSA closer to gay leadership, Easley says The Walt Disney Company is playing into the hands of Boy Scouts of America by cutting donations to BSA, giving the Scouts greater public leverage to accept gay leaders, Atlanta area pastor Ernest Easley said today (March 7).
ERLC: Criminalizing homosexuals unjust A government that criminalizes homosexual behavior "has overstepped its bounds drastically and unjustly," say Russell D. Moore and Andrew Walker of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.
Green family Bible museum closer to opening A yet-to-be-named Bible museum owned by Hobby Lobby's Green family moved one step closer to its anticipated 2017 opening in Washington, D.C., with the hiring of two top-level management executives.
Missionary loses ALS battle, dies at 43 Mary Harper* a Southern Baptist missionary to Central Asia and a mother of two young daughters, died at age 43 after a struggle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease).
Nye debate, 'Noah' film fuel ark project A successful bond offering allowing construction to begin in May on a full-scale replica of Noah's ark can be tied to publicity generated by a creationism debate with science guy Bill Nye and by Paramount's film "Noah," Answers in Genesis CEO Ken Ham said.
Abusive content overshadowed Oscar talent With the 86th Academy Awards behind us, film critic Phil Boatwright laments the academy's continuing tendency to award productions of abusive content, however skillfully and artistically rendered.
2nd VIEW: WEEK OF PRAYER: Cancer survivor impacts lives in Bronx Missionary Andrew Mann shares how God helped sustain him through his battle with cancer and the challenges that come with ministry in the South Bronx neighborhood of Mott Haven, where many young people struggle with poor education, gang violence and instability in the home.
CALL TO PRAYER: The Ukrainian crisis Roger S. Oldham, vice president for convention communications and relations with the SBC Executive Committee, writes about how Christians can pray for the people in Ukraine.
FIRST-PERSON: Alamo courage Weekly columnist Kelly Boggs writes about the courage of those who fought for the Alamo. He contends Christian leaders need that type of courage today.
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