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Nikki Hardeman, of Atlanta, Ga.,, an advocacy director for Baptist Women in Ministry, left, Meredith Stone, executive director of Baptist Women in Ministry, center, and Christa Brown, an advocate for survivors of sexual abuse and a supporter of the Baptist Women in Ministry, stand outside the venue of a Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 11, 2024, in Indianapolis.
Doug McSchooler
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Associated Press
This year’s Southern Baptist Convention highlighted two controversial topics within the church: the condemnation of IVF and a narrowly failed ban on women pastors. But reforms to address clergy sex abuse stagnate.