Charles Wade, former executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, shares about the centrality of Christ to everything he did and continues to do.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Jake Raabe argues that a recent Gallup poll revealing that fewer people trust pastors these days is actually a good sign.
By Jake Raabe
Christians, especially those who believe that Scripture should be the foundation of American law, should be leading the charge in support of Dreamers, refugees and other immigrants.
By Thomas Reese / Religion News Service
When pastors suffer a moral failure, what ought to be the church’s reaction? (The Washington Post)
By Jonathan Leeman / The Washington Post
Baptist Standard readers share their comments on recent events.
Small church pastor Zac Harrel encourages other pastors of small churches that God doesn’t look at numbers; he sees service.
By Zac Harrel
Craig Nash wonders what became of the emerging church movement, which was once thought to be a monumental shift in Christianity.
By Craig Nash
Randall Babin, director of missions for the Soda Lake Baptist Association in Marshall, Texas, shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.
Churches that do something “because it’s always been done that way” aren’t living from an abundance mindset.
By Bill Owens / Center for Healthy Churches
As the opioid crisis has devastated many parts of the country, Jonathan Davis offers suggestions on how churches can practically fight its consequences.
By Jonathan Davis / Baptist News Global
Based on his time leading Fuller Seminary, Richard Mouw disagrees with Ross Douthat’s assertion that an “evangelical crackup” looms on the horizon.
By Richard Mouw
Baptist Standard readers react to Steve Vernon’s recent “Deep in the Hearts of Texans” interview.