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Duke names religious position after former professor
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
DURHAM – Duke University is honoring the legacy of the late C. Eric Lincoln with a religious position in his name. Lincoln was a scholar, activist, novelist, hymn writer and Duke professor who taught religion and culture from 1976-93. The first C. Eric Lincoln Minister at Duke Chapel is Joshua Lazard. Lazard will contribute to the PathWays student
 
5 prices a leader must be willing to pay
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Jesus gave some INCREDIBLE advice in Luke 14:28-30. Today, we will dive into five areas where we need to be willing to pay the price as a leader. 1. There is a financial cost. Books cost money. Conferences cost money. Putting yourself in a position to be stretched and grown cost money. And one of the qualities that I’ve always noticed in leaders who
 
Jeremiah Wright: Christians should work together
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Dr. Jeremiah Wright Jr., the retired pastor of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago and former mentor to President Barack Obama, urged Christians to unite and work together as the Body of Christ during his speech at the 108th Annual Session of the National Baptist Congress. He also stressed the importance of people combining their efforts to correct
 
Pastors urged to fight abortion among blacks
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
NASHVILLE – The abortion industry has infiltrated the African-American community by cloaking the procedure as a woman's civil right and embedding the issue into politics, black pro-life advocate Arnold Culbreath told Baptist Press. "The abortion industry shamelessly slithered into the black American community on the heels of the 'free love' movement,
 
When in doubt, go home
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
For most of my life, I have been the kind of person who found it hard to ask anybody for anything. Asking for help was like declaring defeat. So I spent a good portion of my adult life consumed with making it on my own. The joke on me was that I had just enough success to actually believe that what I achieved was done so mostly by my own devices.
 
Pastors call for protection of traditional marriage
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
RALEIGH – Several area pastors delivered passionate speeches from the steps of the Capitol building Tuesday urging legislators to protect traditional marriage. North Carolina Pastors Network members called on Governor Pat McCrory to defend marriage for all states that fall under the 4th Circuit, on the heels of the Circuit Court of Appeals’
 

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