FRANKLIN, N.C. – A brand new mobile ultrasound machine that will serve several western North Carolina counties has already played an instrumental role in helping at least one expectant mother and her unborn child.
WASHINGTON (BP) – Southern Baptist and other pro-life advocates commended the latest setback to a legal challenge to Texas’ prohibition on the abortion of an unborn child whose heartbeat can be detected.
WASHINGTON (BP) – The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission has joined other evangelical organizations in expressing gratitude to the Biden administration for granting Temporary Protected Status to Ukrainians in the United States.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP)—Church and pro-life ministry leaders were encouraged during a Southern Baptist-sponsored event Thursday night (March 3) not to become weary at this point in America’s nearly 50-year history of legal abortion.
As anticipation builds and news coverage increases, both sides of the abortion debate are sounding the alarm that the recognized right to life in our country could be drastically changed as the Supreme Court reconsiders the harmful “viability standard” set in Roe v. Wade and affirmed in Planned Parenthood v. Casey. This challenge to the existing law comes […]
WASHINGTON (BP) – Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron will be able to defend the state’s ban on a particularly heinous method of abortion, a nearly unanimous U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday (March 3).
NASHVILLE (BP) – Achieving racial reconciliation calls for building friendships over a meal, the audience for a Southern Baptist-sponsored conversation was told Wednesday (Feb. 23).
NASHVILLE (BP) – The selection process for a new president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is progressing, trustees of the Southern Baptist Convention entity were told Thursday (Feb. 17).
NASHVILLE (BP)—The trustees of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission selected Guidepost Solutions to conduct an assessment of sexual abuse within the convention.
NASHVILLE (BP) – A conversation among Southern Baptists could provide another move toward racial reconciliation and an opening for the Gospel of Jesus, says Ed Litton.