It’s a touchy question many don’t want to ask out loud and is answered best, not by default, but by being proactive.
10/13/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Until Oct. 5, the Southern Baptist Convention was only contemplating the horns of a dilemma. Now, the SBC is on the horns. There is peril and possibility.
10/06/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
We don’t have to look far to see a lot of hurt in our world. Each of us will play a part in that hurt. What part will we play?
09/29/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Amid so much bad and troubling news, three glimpses of God’s joy and wonder shone in places we generally don’t expect to find it.
09/22/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Two recent tweets ignited the fire of principle. The two tweets seem disparate, but they converge at the point of Baptist principles.
09/15/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Chances are good you knew one of the more than 600,000 people COVID-19 has taken just in the United States. Chances are good you are mourning.
09/07/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
SB1 does not prohibit churches from serving their communities, but clarifies ways to serve them more, to walk the extra mile.
09/01/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
“Regardless of the circumstances leading refugees to reside among us, our task is to be obedient to what we know God expects of the church.”
08/25/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black responds to the weight of these days—Afghanistan, Haiti, COVID-19 and resulting turmoil—with lament and a call to repent.
08/18/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
“We know every child will start the school year with some level of trauma.” So, how will we respond? Hopefully with compassion and grace.
08/11/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black calls for exercising personal responsibility for the good of health care workers and unvaccinated children.
08/04/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Dr. Tony Miranda shares how he was inspired to pursue higher education and issues a call to inspire more Latinos to do the same.
07/28/2021 - By Dr. Tony Miranda