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Savannah: God’s Amazing Grace

The day was moving along like normal her at The Living Vine Maternity Home in Savannah, Ga. Then another missionary, Hailey, told me Dawn, our newest resident, was sitting on the floor in her room, with all her things packed and ready to go.

       
Students Russia

Russia: What am I doing with my life?

I often ask: “What am I doing with my life?” Sometimes I say it in jest. Other times, I honestly ask myself and ask God. And from each, I often get no answer.

       
2nd Opinion

2nd Opinion: Christians and capital punishment

To this day, the majority of Americans favor capital punishment for certain crimes, in spite of—or perhaps because of—the almost overwhelming negative judgment about it on the parts of intellectuals and writers.

       
Down Home

Down Home: The sound of heaven in three little words

As soon as my phone rang—even before I pulled it out of my pocket—I knew my older daughter, Lindsay, was calling.

       
Right or Wrong?

Right or Wrong? Women ministers

Women in the ministry consistently express a clearer sense of calling than the male ministers I know. Why?

       
In Touch

In Touch: The Family Gathering and a word about our grandbaby

The Family Gathering is finally upon us, and I am pleased that we, Texas Baptists, stretched out to new territory to enjoy an annual meeting different and unique from anything we have done before.

       
student missions

Florida: Divine appointments

For Kaitlyn Turvaville, a student at West Texas A&M University, serving food to the hungry turned into a "divine appointment" for sharing the gospel.

       
Students in Moldova

Moldova: My future in God’s hands

This summer, I have spent five weeks in Moldova with four other girls as interns for World Team—much of that time spent learning about the culture and what it would be like as a full-time overseas missionary.

       
Abortion revisit

Editorial: Revisiting “all those babies”

Last week’s editorial,  “Get ready for all those babies,” created quite a stir. It propelled traffic on our website, prompted pro and con letters to the editor, popped up all over Facebook and packed my email in-box.

       

South Asia: Pray for courage

My partner and I grabbed coffee with a girl we had met on public transportation. I was amazed to see how Jesus stirred her heart in mighty ways.

       
Letters

Letters: Get ready for all those babies

(Updated) My cousin, a professor at one of the universities in Texas, put your article on our Facebook page.

       
Sonogram

2nd Opinion: Minister to the ‘silent sufferers’ of abortion

Many who have had an abortion suffer from Post Abortion Stress.

       
Texas Legislature

Editorial: Get ready for all those babies

By the time you read this, the Texas Legislature probably will be close to passing a bill banning abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy and including provisions that will cause most women’s health clinics that provide abortions to close their doors.

       
Letters Glorieta

Letters: Support Glorieta homeowners

(Updated) Regarding LifeWay’s proposal to give the Glorieta Conference Center to Glorieta2.0, a sister organization of Camp Eagle at Rock Springs, Texas, this letter supports the homeowners and requests your support in their fight to block this proposal from becoming a dreadful reality.

       
Baylor Alumni Association

Letters: Baylor, BAA & a vineyard

The article on the proposed agreement between Baylor University and the Baylor Alumni Association reminds of the story of Naboth’s vineyard.

       
 
 
 
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