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Good News Today is the first magazine-format program of its kind among churches of Christ and seen on 28 television stations every week. Jim Dearman and Mark Teske host the program with commentary, guests, and answers to your Bible questions. Overseen by the elders of the Dunlap church of Christ in Dunlap, Tennessee.
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Good News for Today shares and spotlights the good God is doing in this world. Through the stories of Baptist Press, we’ll introduce you to Christians and churches who are making an impact for the glory of God.
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Monday marked the second anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that overturned the Roe vs. Wade decision… moving the abortion debate primarily to state legislators. Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission president Brent Leatherwood says the marker doesn’t indicate an end of an era but instead, a new beginning. “We rejoice knowing the ruling pu…
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Devotional Time - Romans 6:1-4 Walkin' & Talkin' in the Light - Come Let Us Reason Together Sound Words - The One Who Never Sleeps Truths from the Timeless Text - Preserving God's Message Just a Minute - The Gift of Grace Have a Bible Question - Does grace need to be appropriated?Mark Teske, Freddie Clayton, Joe Guy által
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Today marks the second anniversary of the Supreme Court case that overturned Roe vs. Wade. The decision paves the way for the abortion debate to move from Washington to state capitols across the US. The last two years have been filled with ballot initiatives, executive orders and legislations across the US that has varied greatly. The decision has …
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Scripture engagement improves hope and lowers stress in Generation Z, a group that otherwise fares worse than any other generation, the American Bible Society said in its latest release from the 2024 State of the Bible. Gen Zers largely saw their life’s plans interrupted by the COVID pandemic and are stressed and less hopeful amid an uncertain job …
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As wildfires are sweeping across portions of New Mexico, first responders are working to get control of the fires and care for residents in affected regions. Disaster relief workers are keeping a close watch on the fires and are preparing to help those affected as they recover. -- Church leaders across have worked together to develop a new curricul…
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Refugees are those driven from their homeland because of war, or threat of violence or persecution. At a Send Relief meeting in Indianapolis last week, Bryant Wright, president of Send Relief, told of time in 2014 when he and his wife sat in the tent home of a Syrian refugee family on the border of Lebanon and Syria. The father, blinded by the rava…
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Chaplains from the US military and civilian chaplains where honored last week in Indianpolis. During a luncheon, Chaplain Major General Doug Carver (U.S. Army retired) told the group, ““You are sent outside of your church to some tough places where the church can’t go,” Carver said, emphasizing the unique and vital role chaplains play in prisons, h…
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Communicating with the Deaf community in its heart language is a key concept of Jesus: A Deaf Missions Film portraying the story of Jesus entirely in American Sign Language (ASL), billed by Deaf Missions as the first-ever ASL adaptation for the silver screen. The film removes all barriers Deaf people face when viewing spoken-language films with sub…
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Devotional Time - Romans 1:20-25 Repairing Our Understanding - What the Gospel Can't Do Sound Words - An Atheist's Utopia Truths from the Timeless Text - Substance and Evidence Just a Minute - Go Back to the Source: Creation Have a Bible Question - Is Genesis 2:23-24 Adam's first words and how did the idea of a "father and mother" ever cross his mi…
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Today is Flag Day, though not celebrated as a national holiday, it’s been a recongnized day since 1916, when President Woodrow Wilson issued a presidential proclamation establishing a national Flag Day on June 14, according to the Library of Congress. To date, there have been twenty-seven official versions of the flag, but the arrangement of the st…
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The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission is asking believers to think about their opinion on in vitro fertilization to make sure it aligns with their theological convictions. They write, “While many claim that IVF is simply a treatment for infertility, there are a range of ethical considerations with the process. Many individuals feel and even h…
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The two-day meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention wraps up today in Indianapolis. Messengers to the meeting make financial and governing decisions for the world’s largest group of Protestant believers. Central to the work of the meeting is the commissioning of new missionaries to take the Gospel to the nations. This year, the IMB put forward m…
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The Southern Baptist Convention begins its 2024 Annual Meeting today in Indianapolis. More than 10,000 messengers are gathering to hear reports related to missions, church planting, and the work of the convention. Messengers are considering recommendations on sexual abuse response and reform as well as ways to improve cooperation among the conventi…
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When Eric Costanzo became pastor at South Tulsa Baptist Church in 2016, his congregation began supporting local refugees. They discovered a nearby Syrian family, which led to connections with numerous international families. The church's involvement expanded, helping English Language Learners and starting an International and Refugee Ministry, now …
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Devotional Time - Hebrews 5:8-9 Be Ready Always - What does it mean to "obey the Gospel?" Sound Words - A Promise Kept Walkin' & Talkin' in the Light - Consider Yourself Warned Just a Minute - Righteousness, Self-Control, and Judgment to Come Have a Bible Question - In what way are God's commandments not burdensome (I John 5:3)?…
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Following the decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization in 2022 to overturn Roe v. Wade, the issue of abortion rights has taken center stage in state-level politics. This has resulted in numerous state ballot initiatives being decided by voters this fall, many of which relate to abortion and either seek to protect or harm preborn chi…
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There are thirteen states potentially considering abortion-related ballot initiatives this election year. At least 11 of them have been labeled anti-life by the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. In Florida, the ballot initiative amends the Florida constitution by barring the government from “prohibiting, penalizing, delaying, or restricting …
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Almost a decade after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage across the country, most pastors remain opposed, and the supporting percentage isn’t growing. One in 5 U.S. Protestant pastors (21 percent) say they see nothing wrong with two people of the same gender getting married, according to a Lifeway Research study. Three in 4 (75 percent) …
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The decades-long increase in the number of religiously unaffiliated Americans in surveys – sometimes called the rise of the “nones” – may be slacking off, according to a recent analysis, but the reasons for that remain unclear. “The rise of the nones may be largely over now. At least it won’t be increasing in the same way it did in the prior 30 yea…
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Communicating with the Deaf community in its heart language is a key concept of Jesus: A Deaf Missions Film portraying the story of Jesus entirely in American Sign Language (ASL), billed by Deaf Missions as the first-ever ASL adaptation for the silver screen. The film removes all barriers Deaf people face when viewing spoken-language films with sub…
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Devotional Time - I Samuel 3:10-14 Repairing Our Understanding - Google Reviews Sound Words - With All My Strength Fabric of Family - The Importance of Training Children Have a Bible Question - Does Proverbs 22:6 guarantee that our children will be faithful if we do a good job of raising them?Mark Teske, Troy Spradlin, Barry Gilreath, Jr. által
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The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) has released a letter urging Congress to consider three pro-life policy priorities during funding negotiations for the 2025 fiscal year. With Congress beginning the negotiations process for the 2025 appropriations bills (the 12 bills which annually fund the government), the ERLC authored the letter t…
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Many of us are feeling the pinch of increasing health insurance costs. Your pastor is probably among that group. Over the past 10 years, the average family health insurance premium has increased 47 percent while inflation has been just 30 percent, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation, an organization that compiles health care information. Yet …
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Relief crews are at work across the U-S as disaster relief continues following deadly weekend storm. Arkansas, Texas, Kentucky and other states are dealing with the aftermath of strong storms that killed almost two dozen people and affected thousands of families. Send Relief is working to provide help to those who need it most. -- The Supreme Court…
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The State of Idaho v. United States of America case involves a dispute on the relationship between the State of Idaho’s pro-life Defense of Life Act and the federal government’s law, the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA). In 1986, Congress passed the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA), which ensured that hospitals c…
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