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Black church conf. addresses 'biblical sexuality'

Originally posted on Baptist Press – http://www.bpnews.net/45537/black-church-conf-addresses-biblical-sexuality

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — “The sexual revolution in the black church” was among the topics addressed at a Louisville, Ky., symposium on “Biblical Sexuality in the Black Church.” 861 more words

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Disability Issues and the Church

Web Accessibility:

Are your church and or ministry web sites 508* compatible? Is a person with a disability who requires web accessibility welcomed on your ministry websites? 148 more words

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Through the Roof: Considering Special Needs Populations in emergency evacuations: Lessons learned.

The stories and plight of persons with disabilities in Hurricane Katrina
In 2005, 15 years after the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act: many public municipalities as well as private and faith-based institutions had failed to implement evacuation plans thatincluded individuals with special needs. 59 more words

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Today’s Word With Joel & Victoria Osteen – Something Out Of Nothing


“The earth was formless and void…and God said, Let there be light.”
Genesis 1:2-3, NASB


Are you believing God for something that seems impossible? 147 more words


Do You Have the Right NOT to Wed a Gay Couple?

Legal opinions vary widely on what the U.S. Supreme Court’s mandate of nationwide same-sex marriage will mean for pastors and government officials authorized to perform weddings.

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Elisabeth Elliot: 'reckless abandon to the Lord'

Originally published at Baptist Press – http://www.bpnews.net/44947/elisabeth-elliot-reckless-abandon-to-the-lord 

GLOUCESTER, Mass. (BP) — Elisabeth Elliot Gren, missionary, missionary widow and widely influential author and speaker, died Monday (June 15). 984 more words

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The Americans with Disabilities Act: Reflections 25 Years Later Through the Roof: A Biblical Mandate: Matt. 9:2-8; Mark 2:1-12; Luke 5:18-26. ...

July 26, 1990, a day to be truly proud to be an American. A true turning point in the lives of individu

als with disabilities thanks to the tireless efforts of all those who made that day possible from grassroots efforts at the local level to bipartisan support from our elected officials in Washington, D.C. 468 more words

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