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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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Two days after a four-alarm fire devastated the historic sanctuary at First Dallas, the church held its Sunday worship service at the nearby Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. Addressing over 3,000 attendees, Pastor Robert Jeffress, said, “It’s not the building, it’s what that building represents: it represented the bedrock foundation of God’s…
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Devotional Time - Numbers 22:22-23 Repairing our Understanding - Men and Babies Sound Words - The Elusive Butterfly Truths from the Timeless Text - That's Not Mine! Have a Bible Question - Were insects and crawling bugs spared in the great flood (Genesis 8:19)?بقلم Mark Teske, Troy Spradlin, Joe Guy
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Most Americans still identify with a religion, and Christianity is by far the largest faith group in the United States. But the percentage of Christians has fallen to a historic low. In 2023, 68 percent of U.S. adults said they were a Christian, the lowest percentage since Gallup began asking in the 1940s. Specifically, 33 percent of Americans iden…
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Texans on Mission chainsaw units continue working across Texas. Ten teams are working, including ones from Mississippi and Tennessee. “The damage from Hurricane Beryl is severe and widespread,” said David Wells, disaster relief director for Texans on Mission. “This relief effort is a powerful picture of what it looks like when the body of Christ wo…
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In 1914 Louisville, when Blacks and whites lived in communities segregated by a city ordinance signed May 11 of that year, Black and white Baptists formed a community partnership that survives to this day. Only five decades since the Civil War and 46 years after the passage of the 14th Amendment, the partnership was born amid exacerbated racial dis…
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Christians engaged in Scripture place the highest premiums on civic advocacy and engagement, the American Bible Society (ABS) said in its latest release from the 2024 State of the Bible. Falling in a presidential election year, the study shows Scripture-engaged Christians place more importance than others on being aware of civic and government issu…
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Like everyone else, Bob Hurd remembers where he was when he heard Donald Trump had been shot on Saturday afternoon. Hurd was at a wedding reception about 20 minutes away from the Trump rally in Butler, Pa., where Hurd is pastor of Whitestown Road Church and lives across the road from the Butler Farm Showgrounds, cite of the assassination attempt. H…
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With Good News for Today, I’m Brandon Porter. The Republican National Convention kicks off today in Milwaukee. While the convention is set on Donald Trump as its nominee for president in the November election, there are still many watching the convention’s recent development concerning pro-life policy. Last week, the convention’s platform committee…
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Devotional Time - Luke 24:24-27 Repairing our Understanding - Speed Limits Sound Words - Which Road Will You Travel? Be Ready Always - Would it ever be right to disobey a government law? Have a Bible Question - How do we understand personal value from a Biblical standpoint?بقلم Mark Teske, Troy Spradlin, Roger Campbell
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Disaster Relief (SBDR) units have deployed in and around Houston up into Texarkana in response to Hurricane Beryl, which made landfall early Monday morning, July 8. Units with the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention (SBTC), Texans on Mission, Arkansas and Alabama are providing meals, showers and chainsaw work to survivors. Scottie Stice, SBDR dir…
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Devon Faulkner knows about bumpy rides. “Our small Cessna bobbled lower and lower until its wheels made contact with the gravel runway, slicing through its many puddles,” Faulkner wrote in a blog entry. After deplaning, Faulkner and his partner walked off the landing strip and into the jungle...the Amazon jungle. Faulkner serves as a Project 3000 m…
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Disaster relief workers from Texas and across the US are responding to Hurricane Beryl's aftermath, which killed at least seven people in Texas and Louisiana and left millions without power in intense heat. You can support recovery efforts at Send Relief.org. Meanwhile, 73 Hispanic chaplains graduated from a training program in Florida, fulfilling …
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Disaster Relief workers are responding to those affected by Hurricane Beryl in Texas, where the storm caused significant damage and power outages. The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission has called on both major political parties to prioritize pro-life policies in their upcoming platforms. Nathan Lorick, a Texas church leader, encourages believ…
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An Oklahoma middle school student avoids using school bathrooms, fearing encounters with biological males identifying as female. IMB Missionaries Matt and Audrey Chism, inspired by their work with Middle Eastern refugees, now encourage others to share the gospel with these communities. Lastly, Ken Braddy of Lifeway Christian Resources urges church …
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Devotional Time - Ephesians 1:22-23 Walkin' & Talkin' in the Light - Salvation God's Way Sound Words - Christ Without His Church Truths from the Timeless Text - I'm Going to Start My Own Church Just a Minute - Go Back to the Source - The Church Have a Bible Question - What is the difference between evangelizing in love and evangelizing in "fire and…
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Brian Wuotis, a high school teacher and pastor, and his wife in Willmington, VT, had their foster care license revoked due to their Christian beliefs on gender, prompting a federal lawsuit filed through Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF). The case challenges Vermont’s policy on foster parents supporting children's gender identities and sexual orienta…
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Today marks America's 247th Independence Day. This celebration highlights the freedom to worship and practice faith openly in the U.S. Meanwhile, the Alliance of Christians in Cuba (ACC) has condemned ongoing human rights and religious freedom violations, demanding the release of religious prisoners like Pastor Lorenzo Rosales Fajardo and the free …
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In recent news, Mark Rienzi, president of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, testified before Congress on utilizing existing federal laws, including the Ku Klux Klan Act, to combat antisemitism at universities. Additionally, South Fork Outdoorsmen Church in Rigby, Idaho, has rejuvenated its congregation through community outreach and simple ser…
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Oklahoma’s top education official, Ryan Walters, has mandated that public schools incorporate the Bible into lessons for grades 5-12, sparking controversy and raising constitutional concerns. Meanwhile, First Church in Berlin, Maryland, held a special Vacation Bible School for children with disabilities, offering sensory-friendly activities in part…
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Devotional Time - II Thessalonians 1:7-10 Repairing Our Understanding - The Poor Canaanites Sound Words - A Bar to Heaven and a Door to Hell Be Ready Always - Does the New Testament ever talk about the wrath of God? Have a Bible Question - Can we know how old Abimelech's kingdom lasted?بقلم Mark Teske, Troy Spradlin, Roger Campbell
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L.A. Mayor Karen Bass on Wednesday, June 26, said she is exploring the idea of buffer zones around houses of worship in response to a pro-Palestinian protest at a synagogue on Sunday but said that placing regulations on masks at public demonstrations — at this point — would likely not hold up in court. There were pro-Palestinian protesters who had …
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In a 5-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) sent the case of Idaho and Moyle v. U.S. back to the Ninth Circuit Court in a ruling released today. The case involves a conflict between state law and the Biden Administration’s Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA). “At the heart of the case is the wild assertion by the Biden Administrat…
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U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy called for warning labels to be placed on social media, saying in a post to X it is “an important contributor” to a youth mental health crisis. “Congress’ top priority should be making these platforms safer by passing legislation to protect kids’ health, safety and privacy,” he said. Among those cheering the surgeo…
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The Supreme Court announced Monday they will hear arguments in a Tennessee case that puts limitations on gender transition treatment for minors. Ethics leader Brent Leatherwood told Baptist Press, “This Tennessee law, created to protect vulnerable children, is now being challenged by the Biden administration in their latest effort to push forward r…
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