Real Life Issues


Children | Jan. 6 2000

Sex education focuses on abstinence

MENLO PARK, Calif. – Abstinence has increasingly become a focus of sex education in the nation’s schools, according to new studies.... [READ MORE]

Churches | Jan. 6 2000

Tips for winter fire prevention

Winter time is hectic for most churches, with Christmas musicals and dramas, as well as other special events. During the cold of winter, it is... [READ MORE]

Bible Study Tools | Jan. 6 2000

Spanish soap operas save souls in America

Saving souls with soap operas? It’s happening. Spanish speakers throughout North and South America are coming to Christ through “En... [READ MORE]

Gender/Sexual Issues | Jan. 6 2000

Hawaii High Court ends efforts at gay marriages

HONOLULU, Hawaii – The Hawaii Supreme Court has ended efforts to legalize gay marriage in the state, which once was expected to approve... [READ MORE]

Conferences | Jan. 6 2000

Thousands Respond to Invitation

Southern Baptist mission leaders gave a simultaneous invitation to students attending YouthLink 2000 the morning of Dec. 31 to be on mission... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Jan. 6 2000

A Year in Review

By far, the biggest news for Alabama Baptists in 1999 was the defeat of proposed state lottery gambling. Church leaders from different denominations,... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Jan. 6 2000

UM nursing program earns grant

The Helene Fuld Health Trust of New York has awarded a $70,000 grant to the University of Mobile (UM) to help registered nurses earn their bachelor’s... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 6 2000

Alabamians graduate from seminary

Alabamians graduating from seminary during the December graduations included students at Samford University’s Beeson Divinity School, New... [READ MORE]

Conferences | Jan. 6 2000

Columbine crosses displayed

The display’s symbols couldn’t be ignored. Spread out in the back on an exhibition hall of the Georgia World Congress Center, 12... [READ MORE]

Health | Jan. 6 2000

Christians more likely to divorce, study says

VENTURA, Calif. – A new study by the Barna Research Group in Ventura, Calif., says born-again Christians are more likely to go through... [READ MORE]

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