Lawrence Traynor shares what he learned about the importance of unconditional surrender for successfully fighting addiction.
By Lawrence Traynor
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
While many voters are deciding between either Donald Trump or Joe Biden, Peggy Wehmeyer is considering a third option on November 3.
By Peggy Wehmeyer
Chaplain Sara Long points to studies showing the high degree of isolation and loneliness among senior adults and challenges churches to respond.
By Sara Long
Brenda Kirk, after being changed by Leviticus 19:33-34, challenges readers to engage with Scripture’s teaching about child refugees.
By Brenda Kirk
Added to the challenge of being a pastor in a pandemic is the rise of QAnon and its assault on traditional sources of truth and authority.
By Katelyn Beaty
Bill Jones, retired executive director of Texas Baptists Committed, responds to Rev. Ramiro Peña’s op-ed on Trump and religious freedom.
By Bill Jones
A seasoned child welfare director shares her experience of being a foster parent during the COVID-19 crisis and the need to find help.
By Andi Harrison / Buckner International
Lawrence Traynor describes his experience abusing alcohol, including the rationalizations he used to avoid admitting he had a problem. And he offers hope.
Churches have more reason to partner with public schools than they may realize. Marshall Cook, a son and grandson of educators, explains.
By Marshall Cook
Before social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus, Jesus overcame the distance created by sin and calls his followers to embody that gospel.
By James Collins
Joshua Gilmore, director of the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at North Greenville University in Tigersville, S.C., considers how Christians are equipped for the pandemic.