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Right or Wrong? Racism

Right or Wrong? What is racism

What is the definition of “racist,” and what is required for a person to be racist?

In Touch

In Touch: Pray 2014 will be a great year

Please join me in praying that 2014 will be a great year for our Baptist General Convention of Texas family.

2nd Opinion: The tithe bucket

2nd Opinion: The tithe bucket

One pastor's "tithe bucket"—a half-gallon syrup bucket with a slit cut on top—has been in service for more than 80 years.

Down Home

Down Home: Catching up to Dr. King’s dream

If growing up in a race-less bubble had been possible during the turbulent 1960s and the uncertain ’70s, my friends and I did it.

Right or Wrong?

Right or Wrong? Church divisions

“Our church has divided over polity, doctrine and social issues. So far, reconciliation attempts lack any New Testament base, substance or guidelines. How can we move toward a more stable context?”

2nd Opinion

2nd Opinion: Church shouldn’t be this hard

After 36 years of serving churches as a pastor and consultant, I came to a startling conclusion the other day.

After 36 years of serving churches as a pastor and consultant, I came to a startling conclusion the other day: religion shouldn’t be this hard.

2nd Opinion

2nd Opinion: No problem too small to give to God

A person of great faith trusts Jesus with life’s smallest details.

First Person: John Crowder

First Person: In West, tradition continues as love endures

First Baptist Church in West has made great progress since the fertilizer-plant explosion rocked our community April 17. But the holidays were difficult.

Right or Wrong?

Right or Wrong? Nonprofit business plans

Have you heard the comment, “Nonprofit institutions are attempting to operate with a broken business plan”? Do you agree? If so, how do we fix the business plans?

2nd Opinion

2nd Opinion: God's word and Duck Dynasty controversy

One’s choice is his right and, thus, should be respected, whatever it may be. But a person cannot pledge allegiance to both man’s word and God’s word.

Down Home

Down Home: A New Year’s Sabbath resolution

I crossed from one year into the next for the 58th time, and I doubt I’ve resolved anything on more than four or five occasions.

In Touch

In Touch: Thanks for allowing us to serve you

Thank you for allowing us the privilege of serving Texas Baptists this past year, 2013. 

2nd Opinion

2nd Opinion: ‘Live simply & have a blessed Christmas’

It has become customary for followers of Christ to encounter, in the circumstances of Jesus’ birth, the option to live simply.

Reflection on a reporter's responsibility

Reflection on a reporter's responsibility

Toby Druin joined the Baptist Standard as associate editor in 1976 and served as editor from 1996 to 1999. As part of our 125th anniversary celebration, he offers his reflections on the Standard from his background as a reporter.

Watchman on the wall

Baptist Standard: Watchman on the wall

Presnall H. Wood served as editor of the Baptist Standard from 1977 to 1995. As part of our 125th anniversary celebration, here are excerpts from his next-to-last editorial, published in the Dec. 6, 1995, edition of the Baptist Standard:

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