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Lauren Daigle “How Can It Be” Album Review

Lauren Daigle has certainly made a name for herself in the music industry. A native to Louisiana, Daigle has experienced pain and hardships first hand at a young age after falling ill to an immune deficiency that kept her away from school for two years. However, that did not stop Daigle from pursuing her dreams.


  • Couple fights to limit videos to biblical marriage September 22, 2017
    Christian filmmakers Carl and Angel Larsen are asking a district court to reinstate their challenge to a Minnesota law that could force them to produce media supporting same-sex marriage.
  • SBDR preparing major Puerto Rico response September 22, 2017
    After Hurricane Maria knocked power out for nearly the entire population of Puerto Rico, the island's infrastructure is devastated and initial reports estimate that it will take months before services can be completely restored. On Thursday afternoon (Sept. 21), FEMA officials sought to organize a response in Puerto Rico with Southern Baptist Disaster Relief as […]
  • 'Remarkable' number of women reported at SBC seminaries September 22, 2017
    "A remarkable number of young women" are enrolling at Southern Baptist Convention seminaries, according to a report delivered this week to the SBC Executive Committee.
  • Rick Warren counsels TX pastors amid Harvey relief September 22, 2017
    The losses that are going to hurt the longest after Hurricane Harvey are the invisible ones, pastor Rick Warren told a group of Southeast Texas pastors at Calvary Baptist Church in Beaumont as he counseled them on how to help people recover in what could be "the church's finest hour."


  • Does Your Pastor Need a Friend?
    A study reveals why relational ministry can leave our inner circle empty. My pastor recently asked me, “Why is it so hard for people to see pastors as friends and not just pastors?” In one respect, the question caught me by surprise. He is part of a large pastoral staff of a big and vibrant […]
    Justin Barrett
  • Kaepernick, Speech, and a Job: The Cleat May Soon be on the Other Foot
    Free speech is important, but is it always helpful, and how does it relate to employment? Free speech can be quite controversial. But this shouldn’t be surprising. If we all agreed on everything, we wouldn’t need the First Amendment. Unpopular speech is why we have the First Amendment. And, let me be clear, Colin Kaepernick […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • Fake Apocalypse News Shouldn't Eclipse Real Tragedy News
    There are real issues that deserve full coverage, not another fake story about the end of the world. The need for good journalism has never been more pressing. Time and time again I have written about fake news. And over and over we find more of it, and more people believing it. Rohingya Muslims are […]
    Ed Stetzer