Take away our buildings, our safety, our freedom, and we will worship still.
By Eric Black / Editor
Missions leaders from around Texas traveled to Washington, D.C., during Holy Week for their annual training event, visiting the Museum of the Bible and the Capitol Rotunda.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Myles Werntz’s op-ed examining an ethical question about the theft of basic necessities.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Editor Eric Black names some key filters and parameters for deciding what is published in the Baptist Standard.
‘For’ is not a word often used to describe Baptists. More often, Baptists are described by what they’re against. But ‘for’ is a word Texas Baptists can and should rally around.
The leaders we choose say more about us than we may realize or be comfortable admitting. Editor Eric Black challenges us to step back from critiquing our leaders and to do some self-examination.
I learned important lessons about advocacy during my first visit to the Texas Capitol, one of which is how important is each person’s voice.
Being passionate about the sanctity of life rings hollow if that passion is not matched by living a life wholly consistent with being pro-life. Christians must be equally concerned with the entirety of life.
Biblical teachings should inform a Christian’s view of justice. Kathryn Freeman outlined some of those teachings and practical steps being taken to enact criminal justice reform.
Volunteering in my local school has been one of my most life-giving experiences. I want more people to know the same joy and enrichment I’ve found, and it’s easier than many think.
What does a successful intentional interim look like, and what do pastors and churches have to say about intentional interim ministry? Part 2 of 2.
If your church could be known for healthy relationships, a confident vision, an exciting mission and vibrant fellowship, would you be interested? Intentional interim ministry is designed to get your church there.