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Dear spiritually abusive husband

Author and speaker Sara Horn exhorts a husband mired in pornography to delve into Scripture's counsel and get the help of his church to abandon the sin and to restore his marriage.

The war isn’t over for military families

ZACHARY, La. (BP) -- "We were hoping what happened in Afghanistan would happen here."       Those words, and the face of the Iraqi woman who said them, have stayed with me for nearly nine years. ...

FIRST-PERSON: Want to help a military wife? Here’s how

It's easy to assume that if you don't live near a major military installation that military wives don't exist in your community.

Frank Page begins to set forth his vision

ORLANDO, Fla. (BP)–Frank Page cited two goals he is envisioning as president-elect of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee: “that there would be a unity amongst the brethren and sistren such as we’ve never seen before” and that the world “finally realize Baptists are loving sharing people who will care and who will minister in […]

FIRST-PERSON: Pray for our military this summer

SPRING HILL, Tenn. (BP)--In 2003, I was given the opportunity to travel to the Middle East twice to report for Baptist Press about the faith of sailors and soldiers that I came into contact with.

FIRST-PERSON: Remember the sacrifices you don’t always see

SPRING HILL, Tenn. (BP)--You may not have known it but May is Military Appreciation Month ...

FIRST-PERSON: Five reasons why we trust

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Cynicism and skepticism may run high in our post-modern culture these days, but thankfully, negative attitudes like these haven’t made us completely faithless.

Soap star abandons quest to be a ‘perfect 10’

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Breaking the Perfect 10
soap star's pursuit to replace her emptiness by becoming Hollywood's next "perfect 10" caused her to break all God's Ten Commandments before she turned 25. All of them.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Tracy Lindsey Melchior has played some pretty dramatic characters in her roles on popular daytime dramas “Sunset Beach,” “The Young and the Restless,” “The Bold and the Beautiful” and “One Life to Live,” but her real life story tells a tale that even Hollywood writers could not create.
    Before she was Kristen, Kelly, Tess or Veronica, the popular daytime actress was just Tracy, who as a child experienced severe poverty, abandonment and emotional trauma when she was almost raped at the age of 12. Her quest for love and her pursuit to replace the emptiness inside by becoming Hollywood’s next “perfect 10” caused her to break all of God’s Ten Commandments before she turned 25.

Does Christianity squash women? Author explores feminism

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP)--Can women have it all? A new book from Broadman & Holman explores that very question by defining womanhood from a biblical perspective.

Soldier in Iraq buoyed by studying ‘Experiencing God’

BALAD, Iraq (BP)--Almost a year has passed since Sergeant First Class Melissa Robinson-Ellis was shopping in a LifeWay Christian Store just a few days before leaving for a year-long tour of duty in Iraq.