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.
By Lawrence Traynor
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.
By Joshua Gilmore
In past pandemics, the ancient church rose to the challenge by caring for people. The church can and needs to rise to the challenge again.
By Matt Cook / Center for Healthy Churches
Jim Denison analyzes four medical responses to when churches might again gather for in-person services and Bible study in light of four priorities.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
A Baptist pastor explains the difficulty of a Baptist church applying for a Payroll Protection Program loan and why he and his church eventually did.
By Ryan Burge
Funerals are being done differently during the pandemic. A pastor well-acquainted with them shares what it’s been like officiating during social distancing.
By Tommy Hood
After graduating from Hardin-Simmons University and moving to New York City, Charissa Conner joined a church staff there that is working overtime to minister to its city.
By Charissa Conner
What reasons have you heard—or do you give—for drinking alcohol but not being addicted? Lawrence Traynor shares three reasons he gave.