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Voices

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First-Person: How we can speak to men in the abortion conversation

By Justin Mullins, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary
February 01 2023

COLLIERVILLE, Tenn. — As a pastor, father and follower of Christ, I have often found myself with a heavy heart when I think and pray about abortion. I’m saddened. I’m sickened. I’m burdened for the life of preborn children who are precious in the sight of God... read more

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First-Person: God was faithful to George Liele, so I know He’ll be faithful to me

By Eric Reese, IMB
January 31 2023

Sunday, Feb. 5, is George Liele Church Planting, Evangelism and Missions Sunday in the Southern Baptist Convention. Promotional materials can be found at imb.org/george-liele/.A trailblazer – that’s who George Liele was... read more

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First-Person: The Yellow Shirt Army

By Rick Lance, Baptist Press
January 27 2023

PRATTVILLE, Ala. – When terrible events happen, who are you going to call? The answer is often the Yellow Shirt Army – namely Southern Baptist Disaster Relief workers. Across the SBC, many state conventions have trained people who make up this Yellow Shirt Army... read more

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First-Person: What the church started during the pandemic that it needs to continue

By Jimmy Kinnaird, Fairburn Baptist Association
January 26 2023

TYRONE, Ga. – More than we’d like to admit, life changes and it never goes back to the way it was. Yet, if life were a coin, there would be two sides. There would be the side of “I don’t mind losing these things” and then there’s the other side of, “I wish I could go back to the way it was... read more

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First-Person: Two ways to make digital activism better

By Jason Thacker, ERLC
January 23 2023

NASHVILLE – According to Pew Research Center, 80 percent of Americans say social media platforms are effective for raising public awareness about political or social issues, and over half have also been civically engaged on social media in recent years... read more