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WASHINGTON (BP) – A law criminalizing gender transition care for minors in Idaho can be applied while two anonymous teenage plaintiffs’ challenge to the law continues in court, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled April 15.

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As pandemic-era decisions come home to roost, Christian education gets a second, and third, wind

Terry Dorsett (left), executive director of the Baptist Churches of New England, speaks at Providence Christian Academy in Greenfield, Mass., where he used tubes of toothpaste to illustrated the importance of using your words wisely. Photo courtesy of PCA

NASHVILLE (BP) – Four years after schools shut down due to fears about COVID-19, with some extending the absence of in-person learning through the 2020-21 academic year, the data is in.

As landmark United Methodist gathering approaches, African churches weigh future

Bishop John Wesley Johanna of the United Methodist Church delivers a message to church members Dec. 10, 2023, at the church’s headquarters in Jalingo, Nigeria, during a celebration of 100 years of Methodism in the country. (Ezekiel Ibrahim Maisamari/UM News via AP)

The United Methodist Church lost one-fourth of its U.S. churches in a recent schism, with conservatives departing over disputes on sexuality and theology.



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SBC Life - Spring 2023

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