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Track bans transgender athletes, tightens rules for Semenya

Track and field banned transgender athletes from international competition Thursday (March 23), while adopting new regulations that could keep Caster Semenya and other athletes with differences in sex development from competing.

Churches viewed favorably nationally, Barna Cities research shows

NASHVILLE (BP) – More than 75 percent of adults have a positive view of the church in Nashville, in the center of one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the nation. A prevailing positive perception of the church is common in research the Barna Group has unveiled.

Pastors’ satisfaction, certainty of call in rapid decline, Barna finds

VENTURA, Calif. (BP) – Protestant pastors are less satisfied with their jobs and church assignments and less confident in their spiritual callings, Barna research said in its latest study on pastoral resilience.

Inserra challenges Christians to teach, model biblical ethic of sexuality

NASHVILLE (BP) – Dean Inserra wants to help his church talk about an issue that permeates culture but Christians may find intimidating to discuss – a biblical view of sexuality.

Public trust in pastors falls to historic low

As fewer Americans interact with pastors on a regular basis, fewer say they trust clergy overall.

After Tyre Nichols’ death, holistic approach needed, pastor says

MEMPHIS (BP) – The swift criminal indictment of five police officers and the release of camera footage after the death of Tyre Nichols are positive steps toward transparency in policing, Southern Baptist pastor Bartholomew Orr told Baptist Press after meeting with local and federal officials.

FIRST-PERSON: Santos scammed voters. Congress has a moral duty to kick him out.

NASHVILLE (BP) – It feels as if we live in an age of scams. And, recently, a scam has visited itself upon Congress in the form of Rep. George Santos, R-N.Y. His stay in Congress should be brief.

South Carolina pastor uses fire chief position as an avenue for ministry

GAFFNEY, S.C. (BP) – Every pastor has a burning passion for the Lord and his church. For Dwight Easler, this burning passion carries over into his work as a local fire chief, which he views as an extension of his ministry.

84 percent of Christians say U.S. has forgotten true meaning of Christmas

WASHINGTON (BP) – Three quarters of U.S. adults say Americans have forgotten the true meaning of Christmas, with Christians more likely to make the claim than non-religious individuals, according to a new Ipsos poll.

Top 10 findings, ministry insights from State of the Bible 2022

PHILADELPHIA (BP) – Scripture engagement improves life in all areas except financial wealth, but Bible use continues to lag behind levels seen before the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Bible Society said in recapping key findings from the 2022 State of the Bible.ist