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Does God exist?
Thursday, September 24, 2020
CHARLOTTE — Too many people these days claim that God does not exist. They question Christian teachings, they refute the Word of God, and they challenge the impassioned assertions of theologians and others about all that the Lord has given His people, and about all that He is. Clearly, they have not yet heard Frank Turek speak about God’s
Five types of church members who will not return after the quarantine
Thursday, September 17, 2020
FRANKLIN, Tenn. — It is one of the most common questions we get from church leaders: When will all the church members return to in-person services? Leaders do not like my response: Never. It is a reality church leaders and members are hesitant to accept. For most churches, not all the church members who were attending before the pandemic will
Charles Stanley transitions to pastor emeritus at First Baptist Atlanta
Thursday, September 17, 2020
ATLANTA — In a video announcement following the online service at First Baptist Church in Atlanta last Sunday, longtime pastor Charles Stanley announced his transition to pastor emeritus. Stanley, who came to First Baptist as an associate pastor in 1969 before being named pastor two years later, informed the church’s board earlier this month of
Charleston church massacre looms over SC hate crime debate
Thursday, September 3, 2020
COLUMBIA, S.C. — South Carolina can both honor nine Black worshippers killed five years ago in a racist attack and send a message that it loves and protects all its neighbors by becoming the 48th state to pass a law with more severe penalties for hate crimes, supporters said. A small group of House members heard about a dozen people speak in favor

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An epidemic in NC that predates COVID-19

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NCCU reduces staff, will sell beer and wine

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Campaign out to shift ‘balance of power’

Now that more Americans are awake, it’s time to rise to the task of shifting the balance