In a letter sent to President Joe Biden on Wednesday, Gov. Greg Gianforte said that while he welcomes Afghan evacuees to the state, he has “grave concerns” about the vetting process. “The system requires a careful, immediate reevaluation,” wrote Gianforte. “As governor, the safety, security, and wellbeing of Montanans is my top priority. Tragic events over the last few weeks, including one in Montana, have brought to the front issues with your vetting system.”
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An advocacy group held a protest outside the National School Boards Association in response to the organization’s characterization of parents expressing concern about sexually charged curriculum and other controversial actions taken by school districts as “domestic terrorists.”
Six months after launching a statewide initiative to review reports of abuse committed by clergy and faith leaders in Wisconsin, Attorney General Josh Kaul announced Wednesday that they have received nearly 180 reports of abuse by leaders from multiple religious organizations and faith traditions.
More than half of female clergy in the Presbyterian Church USA have reported experiencing discrimination on the basis of gender, according to a recently released survey.
At the end of the day, even though churches should have greater freedom and flexibility constitutionally, they should carefully and prayerfully consider how to steward their freedom well.
He explained further, “China wants to dominate the world’s economy and to have the ability to cripple the economy of the rest of the world.” And, my colleague commented, it is very possible that China could succeed.
Long ago, Nietzsche’s Madman asked the rhetorical question, “What after all are these churches now if they are not the tombs and sepulchers of God?” Sadly, it seems that too many of the gravediggers these days are members of the clergy.
Church planters can be our best teachers when it comes to how leadership inside the church ought to look. When pastors and leaders think innovatively, pivot quickly, and cherish the community in which God has placed them, Christ’s Church really can fix all that is broken in our world.
If abortion industry activists came with a Surgeon General’s warning, it might read, “WARNING: Unconstitutional laws targeting pro-life pregnancy centers may be hazardous to state and municipal budgets.”
The Christian Post received a copy of Rod D. Martin's letter of resignation from the Southern Baptist Convention's Executive Committee. We felt that amid the continuing controversy in the convention over waving attorney-client privilege, it would be helpful for our readers to have the context and the perspective provided in this letter of resignation.
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