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March 26, 2014

World Vision decision anti-gospel, Moore says

March 25, 2014 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
People Need to Know Southern Baptist leaders share their thoughts about World Vision’s decision to hire legally married gay couples. World Vision is a Christian hunger relief organization.

Reidsville church remembers
couple killed 10 years ago in Iraq

March 25, 2014 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Production Editor
A little more than 10 years ago, Larry and Jean Elliott were on a humanitarian mission in Iraq to help provide clean drinking water to villagers. The Elliotts, along with two other missionaries, were killed in an attack.

ERLC calls for prayer for Hobby Lobby case

March 25, 2014 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press
The president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission for Southern Baptists has asked issued a call for prayer regarding the U.S. Supreme Court case on whether businesses can choose to not provide abortion-causing drugs for their workers

Olympics widens platform for hockey player

March 25, 2014 by Roman Gabriel III, BR Sports Q&A
Children's Home
Gisele “Gigi” Marvin considers her time representing the United States during the U.S. Olympics in Sochi, Russia, as a blessing. 



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Cultural battles continue

Cultural conflicts are large news items again this week. The BIG item is the Hobby Lobby lawsuit’s arrival on the floor of the U.S. Supreme Court. Tuesday’s arguments launched what could be the most definitive decision relating to religious liberty in American history. We can watch, but we can also pray.

As you watch the legal arguments unfold in court and the twisted hype displayed in the media, don’t forget that believers have access to the power that changes the course of history – prayer. Pray for those who argue the merits of religious liberty. Pray that the justices of the court will practice justice according to God’s measure. This is an important week of prayer!

Another strange twist in the secular push to normalize homosexuality is the announcement from World Vision that they will now extend hiring to legally married gay couples. This is a tragic mistake, and I believe the hunger relief organization will see severe reactions from its base.

As always, the Biblical Recorder and BRnow.org is supplying news, information and inspiration you need. Don’t miss this week’s story marking the 10th anniversary of the deaths of International Mission Board missionaries Larry and Jean Elliot. These North Carolinians were recently honored in several churches. Also, our sports writer, Roman Gabriel III, has a very interesting piece on the most popular woman in the world of ice hockey. What a testimony!

Thank you for your support of the Biblical Recorder. We are your trusted source for news, information and inspiration. Keep praying and giving to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions. 

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