Alice Fry reflects on the July exchange between Rep. Ted Yoho and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in light of women in the Bible.
By Alice Fry
Will we be pulled apart by people outside us, or will we be held together by the one who unites us?
By Eric Black / Editor
Zoom meetings, mask-wearing, racial tension, oh, and COVID-19 are enough to get a person down, but there’s some really good news.
By Tillanye Stewart
Victor Rodriguez, evangelism associate and Hispanic ministries specialist for the Great Commission Team of the BGCT, shares his background and thoughts on ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
We need to identify, feel and process losses associated with COVID-19, and then we need to see hope in Jesus, says Joshua Gilmore.
By Joshua Gilmore
Being an Arab who is an Israeli citizen who is an evangelical Christian is complicated. And it makes for a poignant view of justice.
By R. E.
Jim Denison offers hope in the face of wildfires on the West Coast, hurricanes in Louisiana and the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Peggy Wehmeyer’s op-ed about her decision not to vote for either Donald Trump or Joe Biden.
Trent Richardson speaks directly and plainly about depression and suicide, and he asks those thinking of leaving to please stay.
By Trent Richardson
Addressing the tension of our time voiced in ongoing protests is best done by finding what people want and working toward achieving common goals.
Confession of racial injustice is what is “best for the American Christian’s soul” and will lead to healing, contends C.S. Humble.
By C.S. Humble
The Mike Trout and his wife Jessica are partnering with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and bringing awareness to mental health.