Peyton Manning's Super Bowl nod to Budweiser raises eyebrows

National Football League players are not allowed to officially endorse alcohol brands, but that did not stop Peyton Manning, in a post game interview just seconds after he led the Denver Broncos to a 24-10 Super Bowl 50 win over the Carolina Panthers, from paying homage to the "King of Beers." Did this open endorsement hurt Manning's Christian testimony and tarnish his "squeaky-clean image"?

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30 missions media professionals jobless as IMB closes Richmond office

As the news begin to spread late Wednesday night that the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention is eliminating its stateside office, Facebook pages of those affected – and those of their friends – lit up with indirect messages of encouragement and promises of prayer.