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WATCH: What Happened When a State Lawmaker Saw a Pro-Life Advocate outside Planned Parenthood

These pro-life advocates use their First Amendment rights for a noble purpose. Can Brian Sims say the same? (4/20/2020)

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A Righteous Stand

I was president of Maranatha Christian Fellowship student group at the University of Minnesota when we teamed up with the Alliance Defense Fund to successfully challenge the University’s non-discrimination policy that, ironically, discriminated against religious student groups. (4/19/2020)

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Roe v. Wade: Forever is Longer than Forty Years

In a recent blog post, Dr. Al Mohler recounted a conversation he had with a woman who spoke to him after he had addressed a large crowd, and asked him the question, "Why won't the abortion issue just go away?" (4/19/2020)

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Elections Have Consequences

Here in the United States, “elections have consequences” may seem more abstract, but in reality the democratic process means it is truer here than many other countries. So why then are our churches generally silent when it comes to elections and the selection of those who will lead our country, states, and our cities? (4/19/2020)

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Same-Sex Marriage and the Future

Some people want a court of prophets who will take a surgeon’s scalpel to the Word of God. (4/19/2020)

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A Call to Pastors - Part I

In this day and age when the Church is under attack, there are several steps pastors must take to guard our flocks. (4/19/2020)

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Equipped, Encouraged, and Emboldened: Pastors and the 2012 Election

Pastors and church leaders always face an interesting combination of pressures when election season rolls around. (4/19/2020)

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Ordinary People, Extraordinary Faith: Clyde and Ann Reed

It’s never too late for God to use you in an extraordinary way. The Reeds trusted God to use their ministry, and you were a part of their historic victory at the Supreme Court! (4/20/2020)