Less than two months shy of the two-year anniversary a tornado that devastated Moore, Okla., twisters returned to the state, and Texas Baptists began to make plans to help the affected area.
The head of a watchdog group advocating separation of church and state insists the IRS should investigate whether Liberty University broke the law when U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz announced on campus he is running for president.
Atheism and secularism provide ultimately unsatisfying “God-substitutes”—idols too small to give human life dignity and value, a former-agnostic-turned-Christian-apologist told a pastors’ conference in Arlington.
About 35,000 people assembled for The Gathering at Baylor University’s McLane Stadium, an effort to bridge racial, denominational and socio-economic barriers and promote Christian unity.
Participants in a women’s ministry at First Baptist Church in Crowley believe every newborn baby deserves a warm welcome into the world, and every critically ill patient or infirm elderly person should face dark days enveloped by beauty.
Technology and I have a love/hate relationship. Lately, in a dramatic shift in fortunes, the love side seems to be winning.
The Challenge of Jesus by N.T. Wright is reviewed in this issue.
Some restaurants are downsizing their menus. Can the church learn something from them?
To hear some commentators talk, debates on LGBT issues are over and conservatives have lost. But such predictions are premature.
This year, Easter finds me pondering the matter of Jesus being a carpenter.
Author and blogger Jarrid Wilson says posers are those who claim Jesus but don’t put him at the center of their lives. Some ministers couldn’t agree more.
The best-selling story of a Texas Baptist minister declared dead in a car wreck who woke up 90 minutes later claiming he had been to heaven is headed to the big screen this fall.
Two Baptist pastors and the director of the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission testified before the state’s Senate Committee on Education against bills they maintained would divert public funds to private faith-based schools.