SBC amendment to permanently ban women pastors falls short

SBC amendment to permanently ban women pastors falls short

A proposed amendment to the Southern Baptist Convention's constitution, known as the Law Amendment, that would have permanently banned women from serving as pastors "as qualified by Scripture," fell 5 percentage points short of the required two-thirds support from messengers on Wednesday.

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5 reactions to the Hunter Biden verdict

Tuesday's conviction of Hunter Biden is drawing mixed reactions from both sides of the aisle as politicians and pundits debate the substance of the charges against him and what it means for politics and the justice system in the United States. 


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5 things to know about Mexico President-elect Claudia Sheinbaum

Mexico has elected its first female president as preliminary results from the country’s National Electoral Institute show that Claudia Sheinbaum won more than 59.3% of the vote in Sunday’s presidential election. Here are five things to know about Sheinbaum, who is also the first person of Jewish background to win Mexico's presidency.

Single mothers, fatherless son helping other families facing abandonment through global ministry

An international ministry headed by two single mothers and a fatherless son seeks to pass on the healing touch of the Gospel to others suffering through single motherhood and fatherlessness. Hundreds of single mothers and sons without fathers have been exposed to Bible studies in South Africa and parts of the United States, Canada, Zimbabwe and Ukraine through the nonprofit faith-based organization's on-the-ground and virtual efforts.

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