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EDITORIAL: ¿Qué estás dejando entrar en tu mente?

Recientemente tuve la oportunidad de cuidar una perrita por un mes. Como amante de los perros, no dudé en ofrecerme para cuidarla mientras sus dueños viajaban de vacaciones. La verdad es que no tenía ni idea del trabajo que me esperaba. Especialmente, cuando llovía, sus patas se llenaban de barro y había que limpiarlas una por una antes de entrar a la casa. Si fallaba, las consecuencias eran barro en el piso, en el sofá y hasta en las camas, lo que sucedió una vez y no fue nada agradable.

Human trafficking report highlights inequity, war’s impact

WASHINGTON (BP) – Incorporating the leadership of survivors and programs to address societal inequities are two essentials in the fight against human trafficking, the U.S. State Department said in its 2022 Trafficking in Persons Report.

New 988 suicide, crisis lifeline active, ready to help everyone

LA GRANGE, Ky. (BP) – Tony Rose says it’s unlikely he would have dialed 988, the new national Suicide and Crisis Lifeline he commends today, had it been around when he began battling depression as a young pastor 30 years ago.

FIRST-PERSON: What physical suffering has taught me

HEWITT, Texas (BP) – “I’ve learned to kiss the waves that throw me up against the rock of ages.”

Celebrate Recovery is Maryland church’s ‘discipleship factory’

HUNTINGTOWN, Md. (BP) – Many people know that Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a place for those struggling with hurts, hang-ups and habits. But Marc Bartholomew, the CR pastor and a leader at Emmanuel Church, knows it’s more than that. “It’s a discipleship factory,” he said.

State of the Bible: Trauma survivors flourish by Scripture engagement

PHILADELPHIA (BP) – Trauma survivors who regularly engage in Scripture flourish more than survivors who are biblically disengaged, the American Bible Society said in its latest revelations from the 2022 State of the Bible report.

FIRST-PERSON: Add 988 To Your Contacts – the new 911 for suicide prevention

When my wife and I moved to Oxford, England, for my doctoral studies, we realized we had no idea how to call emergency personnel if there was a problem with our infant baby girl, Lily.

U.S. overdose deaths hit record 107,000 last year, CDC says

NEW YORK (AP) – More than 107,000 Americans died of drug overdoses last year, setting another tragic record in the nation's escalating overdose epidemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated Wednesday.

FIRST-PERSON: How to pray when you’re burned out

What’s your burnout story? Perhaps COVID-19 is part of your story. Maybe your burnout story involves being overworked, cutting a vacation short due to an emergency or navigating a family crisis. Burnout can cause a loss of zeal for ministry and result in pastors simply going through the motions of ministry. Burnout can even affect personal, spiritual disciplines.

Comforted by Jesus, would-be human trafficking victim tells story

DALLAS, Texas (BP) — It was broad daylight, but Sarah Taylor knew if the stranger managed to pull her into the car, she would likely die. She fought.