A recent visit to Estonia led Craig Nash to question the differences between that country and the U.S. when it comes to conflating nationalism with Christianity.
By Craig Nash
Do personality and spiritual gift assessments fail to show the bigger picture of who each individual is as made in the image of God?
By Daniel Harris
Virtual Reality Church plans to offer VR-enabled worship experiences and even virtual baptisms. What does this mean for the near-future of the church?
By Jake Raabe
Jimmie Scott, president of the San Marcos Academy, shares his thoughts on ministering to students.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Does the American Bible Society, new owners of the .bible domain, have the authority to dictate what constitutes the Bible?
By Marc Zvi Brettler
In this week’s letter to the editor, a reader shares her thoughts on gun control and mental illness.
William M. Pinson, Jr., former executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, shares his thoughts on serving the church through multiple high-level leadership positions.
While the solution to gun control in the US may be elusive, the conversations we have about gun control don’t have to be so contentious.
By John Whitten
I write this in order to let some of you know you are not alone. Parenting is hard. It helps to know we are not alone in our struggle to be patient and show the love of God to our children.
By Zac Harrel
A touching class reunion story reveals the truth that God’s forgiveness of us means we ought to likewise forgive others.
By Jack Wyman
Child safety at church is essential. This checklist provides dozens of practical suggestions to keep children safe at church.
By Denise George
After his passing, Billy Graham was called the “last nonpartisan evangelical” by several major media outlets — but is that true?
By John G. Stackhouse Jr. / Religion News Service