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July 26, 2022

Seven things you need to we go.

1. Why doctors are morally, professionally culpable in abortion

Steve Hammond was a 28-year-old OB/GYN resident who started performing abortions to earn some extra money and because, it turned out, he was especially good at it. According to his own reckoning he performed more than 700 abortions.

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2. GuideStone adds new chief marketing officer, Justin Stowell

Justin Stowell, an experienced non-profit marketing leader, has joined GuideStone Financial Resources as chief marketing officer. In the newly created role, Stowell will provide leadership for GuideStone’s marketing efforts across its retirement, investment, insurance and Mission:Dignity areas.

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3. State of the Bible: Younger adults love prisoners, immigrants as neighbors

Younger Christians who engage with Scripture are more apt to care for prisoners and immigrants as neighbors than are older Christians, the latest release from the 2022 State of the Bible reveals.

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4. ‘The money is gone’: Evacuated Ukrainians forced to return

The missile's impact flung the young woman against the fence so hard it splintered. Her mother found her dying on the bench beneath the pear tree where she'd enjoyed the afternoon. By the time her father arrived, she was gone.

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5. Your Daily Joe

Your Daily Joe is a daily comics feature by Joe McKeever exclusive to Baptist Press.

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6. On this day in SBC history...

In 1990 - Bush signs rights law for nation's disabled

President Bush has signed into law legislation that bans discrimination against the disabled. As 2,000 disabled individuals and their families watched during a White House ceremony July 26, the president signed the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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7. BP Sports Update

  • NFL: Chicago is considering adding a roof to Soldier Field. That would be a fascinating move, but would also allow the Second City to host Super Bowls in the future.
  • Premier League: Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United remain deadlocked on the star's future.

About the SBC Morning Briefing

The SBC Morning Briefing is a compilation of news and links for readers of Baptist Press and SBC Life. Jonathan Howe compiles and edits the newsletter. Howe serves as Vice President for Communications at the SBC Executive Committee.

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