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How COVID-19 Pandemic Affects Daily Life in Northern Ghana

By Isaac Wuni | May 26, 2020

The West African nation of Ghana has been on partial lockdown since late March. Schools are closed. Many are unable to work. Food costs have increased. As the lockdown continues, the need to help deprived and needy families will grow.

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Baptist World Aid Responds to European Floods

By BWA Staff | August 28, 2002

Baptist World Aid (BWAid), the relief and development arm of the Baptist World Alliance, is appealing for funds to assist in flood relief efforts in Europe. BWAid has already sent $5,000 to Russian Baptists and $5,000 to Hungarian Baptist Aid. BWAid is receiving other requests for funds, so a European Flood Relief appeal is being […]

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Is Genesis a Blueprint for U.S. Policy in the Middle East?

By Robert Parham | August 28, 2002

The Bible speaks to all of life, teaching us about moral character and giving us guidelines for discerning social relations. But the Bible offers no literal blueprint for American foreign policy in the Middle East. They believe the Bible is a literal blueprint for the nation’s Middle East policy. They have announced plans to mobilize […]

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Online Resources for Sept. 11 Observances

By David Wilkinson | August 28, 2002

There are many online resources for congregational leaders planning worship services and other events related to the first anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on America. These are the opening words to “A Litany of Remembrance, Penitence and Hope,” available from the National Council of Churches. The litany is one of many online […]

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Baptist Newspaper’s Role Commonly Misunderstood

By Marv Knox | August 27, 2002

A Texas Baptist called the other day, upset because a picture of a woman pastor appeared on the front page of the Baptist Standard. That photograph, he predicted, could cause the church where he is interim pastor to leave the Baptist General Convention of Texas and join the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention. He wanted […]

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Nigeria’s Christian President Speaks to Islamic Court’s Death Sentence

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | August 27, 2002

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