In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, a story about a bunch of men in a boat can point us to calm in the midst of the storm.
By Eric Black / Editor
While we need to keep our distance for a while, we also need to maintain our connections, because our connections are what will outlast coronavirus.
Gerry Clarkson, interim dean of the School of Science and Mathematics at Howard Payne University, shares his background and thoughts on Christian higher education.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Construction sounds filled the air March 12 and 13 at 11 work sites in Waco as Bounce Student Disaster Recovery volunteers worked on home repairs.
As COVID-19 spreads, will we give in to seeking our own welfare, or will we heed the word of God to seek the welfare of the city?
Fear is a powerful and effective motivator. Coronavirus has shown us just how fearful we are. But are we fearing the right thing?
Ministers who want to be good for the long haul need to look around, giving attention to friendships, colleagues and their families.
By Jim Lemons / Dallas Baptist University
A Baptist Standard reader gives his view of the relationship between church and state and how Christians should approach that relationship.
Just how much information do we need? It may not be the quantity or quality of the information that ultimately matters.
Humility releases anxiety. Matt Cook, assistant director of the Center for Healthy Churches, continues his series on traits of thriving congregations.
By Matt Cook / Center for Healthy Churches
Ministers who want to be good for the long haul need to look inward, giving attention to their spiritual and physical selves.
Ben James doesn’t know what happened or why, but he learned at Logsdon Seminary to reflect and ask, “What if I am the one who is wrong?”
By Ben James