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NC man’s prayer vision impacts thousands of believers; trans athlete ban and Semenya rules tightened; Spirit-empowered.

Seven days a week, Terry Long’s morning starts with an 8 o’clock phone call to Fred Lunsford, a 98-year-old retired pastor in North Carolina. Calling it a welcome development, Dan Darling of the Land Center for Cultural Engagement says the decision of the World Athletics Council will acknowledge the reality of God’s good creation in human biology. And In a piece in the Baptist Press Toolbox, Louisiana Baptist Steve Horn writes… Everything is powered by something.

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Seminaries partner for wartime training/healing, NAMB funds aid next-gen evangelism, Bible Study: Love in truth/action.

The familiar alarms began to blare in her ears as she wrapped up a Tuesday morning Zoom call explaining how the seminary partnership between Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C., and the Ukrainian Baptist Theological Seminary in Lviv, Ukraine, had personally impacted her life and ministry. South Carolina Baptists have been hosting regional One Night outreach events across their state, which has resulted in thousands of students attending and nearly 300 professions of faith since the events began in the fall of 2021. A Lifeway Bible study takes a close look at the love that is explained in 1 John 3.

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Former Russian Baptist leader prays for Ukrainian resolve, Wolfe ready to invest life in South Carolina Baptists, Primary Reason Some Young Adults Are Faithful in Their Spiritual Disciplines

A former Russian Baptist union leader, speaking from Moscow, voiced an apology for his countrymen who are “participants in this crime against Ukraine,” South Carolina Baptist Convention messengers unanimously elected Tony Wolfe as the new executive director-treasurer (EDT) Monday afternoon (March 20) in a special called meeting at Shandon Baptist Church in Columbia. For more than 30 years now, I’ve been teaching seminary students, and do you want to guess one common characteristic I see among young seminarians who are most seriously faithful in their spiritual disciplines?

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U.S. lawmakers decry lack of religious freedom in UK, Church hit by vandalism sees support & 16 Leadership lessons

A group of influential believers are standing up for the religious liberty of their British neighbors, Despite the vandalism that occurred earlier this month at The Village Church of Indiantown, Florida, the people are counting their blessings, and in a post in the Baptist Press Toolbox, Pastor Charles Smith offers 16 leadership lessons he’s learned over the years.

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