Texas is pretty proud of itself. Texas Baptists are pretty proud of themselves, too. But are we who we say we are?
02/21/2024 - By Eric Black / Editor
There are holy moments when ministers can let the power of the Holy Spirit flow through them in three simple ways.
02/20/2024 - By Zachary Anderson
“Whatever opportunity you have to connect on a volunteer basis as something other than ‘the preacher’ in your community, consider it.”
02/19/2024 - By Jay Abernathy
Karen Swallow Prior calls into question the ideas of biblical manhood and womanhood and the money made off of them.
02/19/2024 - By Karen Swallow Prior / Religion News Service
When thinking about our future, Baptists need to face the SBC’s sexual abuse crisis and the decline of interest in denominations.
02/15/2024 - By Eric Black / Editor
Patti Greene describes prayer, the Holy Spirit’s role in prayer and the difficulty of waiting for God’s answers to our prayers.
02/13/2024 - By Patti Greene
Bob Smietana, Religion News Service national reporter, was spurred to personal examination by a yard sign barring hate.
02/12/2024 - By Bob Smietana / Religion News Service
Josh Prince, pastor of First Baptist Church in Cedar Hill, describes three phases of Pave church revitalization training.
02/12/2024 - By Josh Prince
It sounds coldhearted at a time when we need warm hearts, but there’s only so much we can care about. That’s not a reason not to care.
02/08/2024 - By Eric Black / Editor
Retired Texas prison chaplain Michael Maness raises questions about the school chaplain law and the organization behind it.
02/07/2024 - By Michael Maness
A Baptist Standard reader urges messengers to the 2024 SBC annual meeting not to give into to efforts to move the convention further right.
02/07/2024 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
“We are asking God to allow Ukraine to remain free to preach the gospel unhindered, making the most of the many gospel opportunities we have here now.”
02/06/2024 - By Igor Bandura / Ukrainian Baptist Union