MOBILE, Ala. (BP) – Madison Gardner said she was shopping for a nice photo box the day she went to a local crafts store. But she felt like she was picking out a casket.
LOS ANGELES (BP) – Several disability advocacy organizations have filed a lawsuit asking California’s End of Life Option Act (EOLOA), a law related to medically assisted suicide, to be declared “unlawful and unconstitutional.”
CAMPUS DIGEST: Samford nursing school receives $2 million grant; Carson-Newman professor co-edits book on infertility
Samford's Nursing School received a $2 million grant to help eradicate nursing shortage; Carson-Newman faculty member edits book to help those dealing with infertility
NASHVILLE (BP) – No additional states have legalized assisted suicide so far this year, but some have liberalized their laws regulating the deadly practice in the face of opposition by pro-life advocates.
On July 5, 2023, I experienced one of the most triumphant days of my life. The Pregnancy Care Center opened a second location in Lebanon, Tenn., offering counseling and medical services to women in my community. I have had a front-row seat for almost five years to witness both God’s miraculous provision and the great amount of work it takes to get to the ribbon cutting of such an essential ministry. And I was forever changed in the process.
Defendants ask to be dismissed from case filed by David and Mary Sills; College student charged for defacing pregnancy care center.
The thought of sitting across the room from a woman facing an unplanned pregnancy strikes fear in the hearts of many. Visions of a quiet room, hushed tones, heartbreaking stories, positive tests, and difficult decisions may cause anxiety or discomfort. To be honest, this fear isn’t unwarranted. As a woman who has worked in the pregnancy resource center (PRC) world in a variety of capacities for the past 10 years, I’ve seen firsthand how serious and intense the frontlines of a PRC can be.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) -- When Richard found out his girlfriend, Jasmine, was pregnant, he was nervous — he’d been a husband and a dad before, and he didn’t feel like he’d done very well.
OKLAHOMA CITY (BP) – Oklahoma Southern Baptist pastor John-Mark Hart is part of a multifaith coalition advocating for the life of death row inmate Richard Glossip on grounds of biblical mercy and the pursuit of impartial criminal justice.
WASHINGTON (BP)—Baptist ethicists and a state convention leader have decried a Virginia judge’s ruling that human embryos are property in a decision in which he cited pre-Civil War state laws regarding the distribution of slaves.