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Pro-lifers hopeful after high court abortion arguments

WASHINGTON (BP) – The U.S. Supreme Court’s oral arguments Wednesday (Dec. 1) left pro-life advocates hopeful the justices are poised to uphold a state ban on abortion after 15 weeks’ gestation and possibly to overturn long-standing decisions in support of legalized abortion nationwide.

Church’s $1 annual lease helps coffee shop empower at-risk students

NASHVILLE (BP) – Roasting coffee spelled adulthood for Ruben Torres-Fuentes. At 12 years old, he struggled to learn English and thrive after his family fled the violence of drug cartels in Rio Bravo, Mexico.

Advent materials help homes prepare for Christmas, strengthen discipleship

PENSACOLA, Fla. (BP) – As they have each year since 2018, members of First Baptist Church began December by reading Day 1 of an Advent devotional prepared by their pastor, Dave Snyder.

Supply chain problems hit charities’ holiday gifts for kids

With less than four weeks to go until Christmas, Kristyn Begari has been rushing to find enough doll styling heads to give to kids in need.

FIRST-PERSON: Overturning Roe won’t end debate. It will move it.

NASHVILLE (BP) – If Roe v. Wade is overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court in the summer of 2022, the need to take a stance for pro-life causes will not be finished. It will be just beginning as each state will chart its own individual course.

Few Americans confident they could tell biblical Christmas story

NASHVILLE (BP) – Most people in America may hang Christmas decorations and exchange gifts on Dec. 25, but few say they could give all the details about the biblical Christmas story.

PHOTO GALLERY: Dobbs oral arguments at the Supreme Court

Images from Washington D.C. during the oral arguments for Dobbs vs. Jackson Women's Health Organization.

WEEK OF PRAYER: West Africans take the lead in sharing Bible stories

Mrs. Lombena transitions with ease from the standard West African greetings into the story of Jesus and the woman caught in adultery.

Native American pastor sees opportunity for spiritual awakening

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (BP) – This November during Native American Heritage Month, pastor Mark Custalow has reflected not only on his own Native American heritage, but of his vision for spiritual awakening for all Native people.

Biggest lesson from preaching 100 straight days? God’s Word endures.

VERNON, Texas (BP) – There are many lessons Toby Castleberry, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, received after closing out a series on the Gospel of John Nov. 14.