Looking at health issues.
She said it's just as important to advocate for those who are homeless and victims of human trafficking.
Cyntoia Brown-Long to speak at Catholic church anti-abortion rally
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Abortions made up 4 percent of the organization's total medical services for the year.
Planned Parenthood reports increased number of abortions
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Organizers of Friday's gathering of pastors and other Christian leaders said they were continuing Wilson's work.
Wheaton mental health summit remembers Jarrid Wilson’s ‘legacy of hope’
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"The drug epidemic has infiltrated our churches and neighborhoods."
Half of pastors see opioid abuse in their own congregations
by Aaron Earls NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 20, 2019 — Like most U.S. pastors, Robby Gallaty knows someone who has been affected by opioid abuse. But unlike most pastors, Gallaty hasRead More
RIP Medical Debt instead abolishes the debt, with no tax consequences or strings attached for the recipients, according to its site.
Chicago churches join growing movement of congregations paying off medical debt
by: Emily McFarlan Miller CHICAGO, Oct. 28, 2019 (RNS) — This Thanksgiving, 5,888 families in Illinois’ Cook County will receive a card with the names of several congregations belonging toRead More