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Removing the Stain of Racism from the Southern Baptist Convention: Diverse African American and White Perspectives by Kevin Jones & Jarvis J Williams
Sermon: Jesus, Race and the Wall of Hostility by Mike Cosper
A Different Approach for Addressing Abortions: A Conversation with Thabiti Anyabwile
My Friend Had An Abortion; How Do I Help?
Abortion Demographics in the United States
Types of Abortion: Medical + Surgical
BsideU (formerly AWC) Main Website
Abortion and Low Income People
Refuge International Blog: Why the Church Must Respond to Refugees
Photo: Syrian Boy on the Beach
Photo: Child Covered in Ashes
Article: A Brief History of Psychiatry
Lifeway Research Article: Half of evangelicals believe prayer can heal mental illness
Dr. Brian Briscoe’s counseling practice: Next Step 2 Mental Health
Four Models of Counseling in Pastoral Ministry by Tim Keller
USA Today article: “‘Born this way’? It’s way more complicated than that”
NY Times article: “Who Are the Gay Evangelicals?”
When Helping Hurts by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert
Restoring At-Risk Communities by John M. Perkins
Tradecraft: For the Church on Mission by Caleb Crider and Larry McCrary
Article: 5 Myths Keeping Christians from Caring for Prisoners – Relevant Magazine
Video: Visiting Those in Prison – The Front Porch Panel Discussion
Documentary: Prison State
Article: Kentucky’s Addiction to Prison – Lexington Herald-Leader
Article: States of Incarceration – The Global Context
The Sin of Silence: The Epidemic of Denial about Sexual Abuse in the Evangelical Church
Protecting Children in the Church – A Podcast Interview with Rachael Denhollander
Getting Started – Special Needs Ministry Resources from The Inclusive Church
The Ministry of the Disabled – Christianity Today
3 Barriers Keeping the Disabled from Church – Lifeway Facts & Trends
Special Needs, the Church and the Justice of God – Relevant Magazine
Louisville Regional Baptist Association website
Al Mohler’s Q&A at Southern Seminary
The Holy Post: Social Justice & the Gospel w/ Russell Moore
The Holy Post podcast
Bob Russell’s sermon on social justice and the gospel
Sermon by John MacArthur
Pass the Mic: On “Social Justice and the Gospel” Part 1
Commercial: 84 Lumber commercial
Article: History of ICE
Video: Russell Moore on Immigration
Statistics: Student Loan Debt Statistics
LTN Content: LTN’s Guide to Tackling Student Loans
Website: The GO Fund
Website: Randy Williams, A Debt Coach
LTN Content: Body Image Grid Visual
Article: The Problem With Body Positivity
Article: Christian, Take Care of Your Body
Article: Why the 5 Stages of Grief are Wrong
Article: The 5 Stages of Grief
Article: Christian Death: Mourn or Celebrate?
Artwork: Steve Prince’s Stations of the Cross
TED Talk: Bryan Stevenson
Website: Equal Justice Initiative
Documentary: 13th Documentary
Website: The Common Rule
Interview: Full Interview with Sean Parker
Interview: Full interview with Chamath Palihapitiya
Research: Barna Study
Research: IDC Study
Publication: Stress in America: Generation Z