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2 Black Pastors File Lawsuit Against Coca-Cola Claiming Company Deceives Consumers of Soda Health Risks

Two pastors filed a lawsuit on Thursday against Coca-Cola and the American Beverage Association, claiming the soda manufacturers knowingly deceived customers about health risks through its advertisements.  (more…)

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9Marks Panels Discuss Church, Southern Baptist Convention

Pastors and entity leaders discussed church unity in a divisive age and the statistical decline of the denomination during two 9Marks conversations held in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in Phoenix. (more…)

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Pastors, Entity Leaders Discuss Church Unity and SBC Decline During SBC 9Marks Panels

Pastors and entity leaders discussed church unity in a divisive age and the statistical decline of the denomination during two 9Marks conversations held in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in Phoenix. (more…)

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Why Do So Many Adulterous Relationships Begin When Ministry is Going So Well?

Jake’s father was a successful politician and his mother was a lawyer. He had a proclivity toward philosophy and music, and he looked like a rock star with his unkempt hair, flannel shirts, and tattooed forearms. While attending a large university, Jake began to spiral into despair fueled by drugs

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North American Mission Board President Kevin Ezell Tells Southern Baptists: ‘In Order To See Many Souls Saved and Baptized, We Must Have Millions of Gospel Conversations’

North American Mission Board president Kevin Ezell told the entity's trustees that in order to see the kind of turnaround in baptisms that Southern Baptists desire, it will take millions of Southern Baptists having tens of millions of gospel conversations. (more…)

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H. B. Charles Jr. Interviews ‘Preaching Magazine’ Founder and Anderson University Dean, Michael Duduit

Michael Duduit is the Dean of the College of Biblical Studies at Anderson University in South Carolina. He is also the Dean of the Clamp Divinity School at Anderson University. And he is the Dean of the chapel. Yet Duduit spends his life training men to preach both within the academy

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LISTEN: Why Do We Pray So Little in Our Worship Services? A Case for More Corporate Prayer

In many evangelical churches, the public prayers are casual, short, and few. Is that a problem? How does this contemporary situation compare to the history of Protestant churches? How should pastors seek to reinvigorate their churches’ prayer practices? (more…)

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14,000 Attend ‘Jesus Week’ in Times Square for Prayer and Bible Reading

After the recent tragedy in Times Square where a troubled former Navy recruit mowed down 23 pedestrians, killing one young girl, Christian leaders rallied together and brought Jesus Week to the heart of New York City. (more…)

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Vashti McKenzie Discusses the Trials and Triumphs of Ministry, Overcoming Grief, “Brick Wall Situations”, and More In Interview with EEW President Dianna Hobbs

In an engaging interview with EEW President Dianna Hobbs, Bishop Vashti McKenzie, EEW Magazine’s 2017 “Best Book of the Year” Award-winning author of The Big Deal of Taking Small Steps to Move Closer to God, opens up about the trials and triumphs of ministry, overcoming the death of a child,

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Why Do Many Churches Idolize Their Pastors One Day and Savage Them the Next?

A renowned Reformed pastor, great preacher, visionary leader, and tender man endured such criticism from his church that he almost despaired. He told one of his confidants, “After 12 years as a pastor, I had to put a wall between myself and my people so I wouldn’t have to quit the ministry.”  (more…)

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Southern Baptist ERLC Academy Provides Equipping on Ethics for Third Consecutive Year

Pastors, seminary students, Bible teachers, ministry leaders and writers were among those who gathered in Nashville for a crash course in Christian ethics. Participants testified they came away better prepared to address the difficult issues of the day. (more…)

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Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott to Sign Bill That Protects Pastors’ Religious Liberty

Sunday, Texas Gov. Gregg Abbott will sign into law Senate Bill 24, which codifies the religious liberty protections of pastors in his state that are enshrined in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. (more…)

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