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AUSTIN, Texas (BP) -- A network of Christian women's health centers in Texas offering the Gospel to all clients will begin providing contraceptives in March, 2020, to single women, according to the network's CEO, a Southern Baptist evangelical.

RICHMOND, Va. (BP) -- When the Berlin Wall went up in 1961, a barrier 103 miles long and 13 feet high enclosed West Berlin. It cut off some people from jobs, churches, families and friends. Several Baptist churches in West Berlin lost hundreds of members, some half their membership.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — After nine people belonging to a Mormon offshoot community were killed in Mexico this week, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints issued a short statement expressing sympathy for the victims while clarifying that they didn't belong to the mainstream church.

Central Seminary will celebrate the naming of three of its faculty members to endowed faculty chairs in an installation service on Nov. 14.

(WW) During the annual gathering of the North American Baptist Fellowship in Falls Church, Virginia, in October, Baptist leaders from multiple denominations in Canada and the United States discussed how Christians can engage effectively and prophetically in culture today.

MOSCOW, Idaho (RNS) — For many local residents, this town is just about perfect. With only 30 percent identifying as "religious" one congregation has been planning a spiritual takeover of the town for years that will transform both its politics and its soul.

(RNS) — The Trump administration is proposing a new rule that would allow adoption, foster care agencies, and other social service providers receiving taxpayer funding from the Department of Health and Human Services to refuse to serve people based on religion, sexual orientation and gender identity. 

(RNS) — There are seven more months before the next annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. But the race for SBC president may already be over, following news that R. Albert Mohler Jr. will likely be nominated to run as the denomination’s next president.

NEW DELHI, India (BP) -- A U.S. pastor attending a Sunday School conference in India could be stranded there until December after being arrested for failing to report money he was carrying.

Two campaigns inserted themselves into the U.S. political cycle on Sunday, both seeking to shake up the political scene in the run up to the 2020 election. Both are rooted in faith, and both have a similar purpose.