After migrants were flown to Martha’s Vineyard to make a political point, Editor Eric Black responds with what Christians should do instead.
09/21/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Pastor Matt Carter’s announced retirement carries a lesson for churches who want to ensure their pastors and ministers can serve longterm.
09/14/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Schadenfreude can be useful for accountability. It also exacts a toll far beyond accountability that should concern us.
09/08/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Matt Chandler’s situation isn’t good news. What we can learn from it and put into action is the stuff good news is made of.
08/31/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and the Keller Independent School District gave the Bible a boost this month. Not that the Bible needed it.
08/25/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
In light of Frederick Buechner’s death Aug. 15, Editor Eric Black reflects on his insight into life and ministry, and the grace in his words.
08/18/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Using the right Christian words can obscure underlying meanings Christians should reject. Orbán’s CPAC speech is one example.
08/10/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Underneath the stated reasons for a pastoral drought, Editor Eric Black wonders if there is a more important cause for concern.
08/03/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Three current events with a common thread call for our attention, mourning and action to make real our love for our neighbors.
07/27/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black analyzes the state of the pastoral search process in Texas Baptist churches and suggests a key response.
07/20/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Baptists are vibrant and active all around the world. Editor Eric Black is among them, learning what can’t be learned staying at home.
07/13/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black describes characteristics of a good Sunday school class, Bible study or small group by way of a controversial example.
07/06/2022 - By Eric Black / Editor