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ABN edition for March 26, 2014

Tingle after accident: ‘God, I’m totally in Your hands’

LITTLE ROCK – “Lord, I’m not going to lie to You – I’d love to spend some more time with my wife and I’d love to see my kids have grandkids and I’d love to continue to proclaim Your gospel. I’ve talked a lot about the fact that things are always in Your hands, but this totally is in Your hands.”

This was the prayer of Robby Tingle as he waited for someone to find him in the wreckage of his car the night of Feb. 16, 2014.

Read the rest of the story in the 3-26-15 edition of the Arkansas Baptist NewsSubscribe here.

City of Refuge reaches homeless to PhDs

LITTLE ROCK – After just a year, a Little Rock urban community church is reaching people from diverse backgrounds – many of whom are people who once thought they had little or no use for the Church.

City of Refuge Community Church, Little Rock, marked its one-year anniversary this month, growing steadily from a small Bible study group two years ago to a vibrant church body. It’s basic goal: reaching all people, especially those whom the traditional church has neglected.

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Warren addresses mental health issues in Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS – Every year, 39,000-41,000 people commit suicide in the U.S. In 2012, 11.5 million people in the U.S. seriously considered suicide, and 2.5 attempted it.

Kay Warren, Christian author and co-founder – with her husband, Rick – of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif., shared these statistics at an event sponsored by the Arkansas Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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Here's what you missed in the 3/26 edition of the Arkansas Baptist News if you aren't a subscriber: 

- Tingle after accident: ‘God, I’m totally in Your hands’
- City of Refuge reaches homeless to PhDs
- Warren addresses mental health issues in Hot Springs
- ABN Digest
- David Platt unveils ‘reset’ of IMB strategy, structure
- Floyd names SBC Committee on Committees
- Ark. Baptist News Day of Prayer set for May 17
- Editorial & Opinion
- Editorial cartoon by Gary Thomas (Exclusive to the ABN)
- Worship conf. April 27-29 at Mid-America Seminary
- CenturyMen return to Arkansas April 14
- Arkansas Baptists serve together in Honduras
- Revive March 15-18 at First Baptist Church, Morrilton
- Across Arkansas
- Classifieds
- Women’s event ‘inspires’
- 600 attend Ark. State Bible Drill
- Handbells ring out at Geyer Springs First Baptist Church, LR
- Record-setting attendance at Williams Baptist College hunger awareness event
- Faith & Culture
- Bible Commentary
- Bonus Content: Critics say March Madness wagers not harmless

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