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Supreme Court to hear case of praying ex-football coach

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court said Friday (Jan. 14) it will hear the case of a former Seattle-area football coach who was removed from his job because he refused to stop praying on the field.

SBC DIGEST: SBC EC holds ‘solemn assembly’; Pandemic leads to Gospel opportunities in Panama

At ‘solemn assembly,’ Executive Committee to focus on God’s will, nothing else; WEEK OF PRAYER UPDATE: Panamanian Christians see 42 new believers.

Texas six-week abortion ban remains active after appeals court toss

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – A Texas law banning abortions when a fetal heartbeat is detected, around six weeks of pregnancy, remains in effect after a New Orleans appeals court tossed it back to the state.

Pastor braves Chicago winter on rooftop

CHICAGO (BP) – A Chicago pastor has a solution to the violence in the Windy City, and he’s taken to a rooftop to proclaim it.

FIRST-PERSON: What if Southern Baptists ceased to exist?

More and more, I’m hearing people talk about the slow death of the SBC. Some are even saying last year’s presidential election shows a three-way separation between Traditional Baptists, Reformed Baptists and so-called Moderate Baptists.

FIRST-PERSON: We gotta talk to each other

Sam pointed across the road to the spot about 50 yards away where he first heard the distinctive “pop” of tear gas canisters fired at the long line of marchers descending from the Edmund Pettus Bridge. The group of 600 stretched from downtown Selma and over the Alabama River. It was the beginning of the 51-mile journey to the state capital in Montgomery to demand long-denied voting rights. Sam was 11 years old and trailing some distance behind his older brother when he saw him running from the consuming mist.

Kentucky church looks ahead after ‘total devastation’

despite the sorrow of the Dec. 10 storms that brought significant damage to their small town. The rare December tornadoes killed dozens of people and destroyed hundreds of homes and buildings.

Black Church influence gauged decades after King’s death

WASHINGTON (BP) – The late Martin Luther King Jr. called the church the “conscience of the state” during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.

NAMB celebrates 30-year ministry of Carlos Ferrer

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – North American Mission Board (NAMB) president Kevin Ezell set aside part of a staff-wide meeting Wed., Jan. 12, to celebrate long-time NAMB leader Carlos Ferrer who is semi-retiring after 30 years of service at the mission board.

New Skillet album a ‘positive rebellion’ against fear

NASHVILLE (BP) – Christian band Skillet released a new album today (Jan. 14) that lead singer John Cooper said represents a “positive rebellion,” against forces influencing Christians to live in fear.