After returning from her second trip to Haiti, Baylor student Caroline Giles was burdened by the social injustice she saw there and sought to involve her campus in bringing hope to orphans across the world.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas will continue to decline unless Texas Baptists resolve one of the great paradoxes: The source of strength often leads to downfall.
Books reviewed in this issue are Ministering to Problem People in Your Church by Marshall Shelley and Life Change by Jordan Easley.
The largest food sponsor in Texas is partnering with the Texas Hunger Initiative, based out of Baylor University’s School of Social Work, to provide free meals to children and teenagers in Waco.
Sloth is not merely laziness, but a refusal to allow God to fulfill his purposes that creates restlessness, Beth Newman told participants in Howard Payne University’s Currie-Strickland Distinguished Lectures in Christian Ethics.
Americans’ attitudes toward the lives and choices of gays and lesbians have changed radically since Massachusetts first legalized same–sex marriage a decade ago.
Student Missions Blog: Recently, I had the privilege of baptizing a student who I meet with weekly in discipleship. Sarah is a sweet, beautiful girl who loves the Lord and serves as a student leader here at the UNT BSM.
When a Hardin-Simmons University freshman saw a man on a street corner holding a vulgar sign, he decided to dispel the darkness by shining a little light through an encouraging sign of his own.
Most Christians—especially Baptists— miss the rest and restoration that can be found in the Lord’s Supper, said Beth Newman, the keynote speaker for Howard Payne University’s Currie-Strickland Distinguished Lectures in Christian Ethics.