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Supreme Court sends contraceptive-mandate cases back to lower courts

Zubik v. Burwell—in which religious nonprofits claim Obamacare's contraceptive mandate violates their religious beliefs—is going back for further review.

       
IMB honors past, looks to the future

IMB honors past, looks to the future

The Southern Baptist International Mission Board is ready to move forward into a future of partnership with churches that empowers missionary teams who will make disciples and multiply churches among unreached peoples and places, IMB President David Platt told the agency’s trustees.

       
CommonCall: Perseverance through struggle

CommonCall: Perseverance through struggle

Inocenio and Paula Briones understand struggles. They have experienced plenty in their lives, marriage and ministry.

       
Baylor regents receive briefing from Pepper Hamilton on sexual violence report

Baylor regents receive briefing from Pepper Hamilton on sexual violence report

The board of regents heard from the law firm hired last September to conduct an independent external investigation into Baylor’s response to reports of sexual violence.

       
CBF continues fight for payday loan reform

CBF continues fight for payday loan reform

With new federal rules meant to reform the payday lending industry possibly weeks away, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship continues its fight against predatory lending.

       
Singletary named dean of Baylor’s Garland School of Social Work

Singletary named dean of Baylor’s Garland School of Social Work

Baylor University appointed Jon Singletary dean of the Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, effective June 1.

       
Religiously diverse groups say mosque should get OK

Religiously diverse groups say mosque should get OK

Baptists, Sikhs and Hare Krishnas told a federal court they think a proposal to erect a New Jersey mosque should be approved.

       

Obituary: Saundra Mayo

Obituary for Saundra Jo Snipes Mayo of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Cedar Hill.

       
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Africa’s greatest need: Educated women, Nobel nominee tells Texans

“The reason Africa is suffering is women are not educated. Less than 1 percent of them have received education through high school. They live on less than $3 per month.”

       
Lenamon elected Texas Baptist Men executive director

Lenamon elected Texas Baptist Men executive director

Texas Baptist Men’s board overwhelmingly elected Mickey Lenamon, 58, as the sixth executive director in the missions organization’s 49-year history.

       
Around the State: Nurses from Vietnam visit Baylor nursing school; ETBU grad bound for Oxford this summer

Around the State: Nurses from Vietnam visit Baylor nursing school; ETBU grad bound for Oxford

Baylor nursing school welcomes nurses from Vietnam university. ETBU grad headed to summer workshop at Oxford. HPU hosts 5K for New Braunfels Center.

       
 
 

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