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  • Federal court protects liberty, life in Texas case

    July 19 2018 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Federal court protects liberty, life in Texas case

    A federal appeals court ruling that protects a church’s internal communications buttressed both religious freedom and defense of the unborn, according to the Southern Baptist Convention’s church-state entity. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans reversed July 15 a federal judge’s order requiring the Roman Catholic bishops and archbishops of Texas …

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  • IMB discusses communications strategy

    January 22 2016 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    IMB discusses communications strategy

    The International Mission Board will continue its longstanding practice of relying heavily on its overseas communications teams for missionary news stories, photos and videos following the closure of its Richmond Communications Center, a board spokeswoman told Baptist journalists on a Jan. 20 conference call.

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  • N.C. communicators win awards for work

    May 22 2013 by BR staff | with 0 comments
    N.C. communicators win awards for work

    Baptist communicators in North Carolina brought home several awards from Arkansas recently.

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  • Baptist Communicators hit 60-year milestone

    April 26 2013 by Don Graham, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Baptist Communicators hit 60-year milestone

    Their disciplines span the media world, but Christ was the common thread that brought more than 60 writers, photographers, video producers, graphic artists, Web designers and public relations specialists together in Little Rock.

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  • Supreme Court case: more TV nudity, profanity?

    January 11 2012 by Michael Foust, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Supreme Court case: more TV nudity, profanity?

    The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Jan. 10 in its most significant broadcast indecency case since 1978, and conservative groups are warning the justices that if the television networks win, profanity and nudity will flood TV broadcasts.

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