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November 30, 2021

 

 

 

 

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Our Top Stories

 
Could the U.S. Supreme Court soon overturn Roe v. Wade?
 

Could the U.S. Supreme Court soon overturn Roe v. Wade?

 

Justices will hear oral arguments Wednesday in the latest challenge of state regulation of abortions, Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which legal scholars say will give a more conservative court a renewed opportunity to revisit the constitutional right of abortion that has been recognized for a half-century.

 
 

 
Picket signs, honking horns and sidewalk sermons: Inside an anti-abortion ministry
 

Picket signs, honking horns and sidewalk sermons: Inside an anti-abortion ministry

 

A banner hung outside the Metro Church of Christ in Sterling Heights, Mich., features the faces of smiling babies and this message: ‘Abortion stops a beating heart.’

 
Greater compassion for women in crisis
 
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Greater compassion for women in crisis

 

How God nudged one Christian to soften her heart ‘to precious, hurting mothers of the unborn.’

 
Big Tex has nothing on this church
 

Big Tex has nothing on this church

 

A Texas church finished a beautiful building remodel, but this small congregation with big vision offers so much more.

 
 

 
Kentucky church members stop armed collection plate robbery
 

Kentucky church members stop armed collection plate robbery

 

A boy bit several members of the church in Louisville as they disarmed and held him until police came.

 
Gander Brook Christian Camp faces obstacles to replace near century-old dorm
 
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Gander Brook Christian Camp faces obstacles to replace near century-old dorm

 

The cost of replacement for a dorm built in the 1920s has continued to rise with new requirements and increased building prices.

 
Voices Only: ‘I Want to Be Ready to Meet Him’
 

Voices Only: ‘I Want to Be Ready to Meet Him’

 

What’s your favorite a cappella song? Send us a video link and a short description of what the song means to you. We might use your selection in a future Voices Only.

 
 
 
 
 
A key to evangelizing French-speaking Africa
 

A key to evangelizing French-speaking Africa

 

Church members reflect on the life-changing decision to support a ministry training school in Benin that has impacted lives in more than a dozen countries.

 
Jack Reese offers church a hopeful elegy
 

Jack Reese offers church a hopeful elegy

 

The tension between unity and restoration is left partially unresolved. The author believes the restoration of forms and structures has value, ‘but only if they are connected to the center, only if the how grows out of the why.’

 
 
 

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