Artists and entertainers may be labeled “nonessential” during a pandemic, but they continue to give to us and hope we will continue to give to them.
By Jesse Joyner
Mark Funderburk, president and CEO of UMC Health System and a member of First Baptist Church in Lubbock, shares his background and thoughts on following Jesus in the marketplace.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
J. Blair Blackburn, president of East Texas Baptist University, issues a call to prayer at 7:14 a.m. and 7:14 p.m. each day in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
By J. Blair Blackburn / East Texas Baptist University
Steve Bezner, pastor of Houston Northwest Church, describes what it has been like leading his church from self-quarantine following his return from Israel.
By Steve Bezner
Lenny Smith, author and composer of ‘Our God Reigns,’ reflects on what the reign of God looks like in a world driven by the pursuit of power.
By Lenny Smith
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, a story about a bunch of men in a boat can point us to calm in the midst of the storm.
By Eric Black / Editor
Garrett Vickrey, senior pastor of Woodland Baptist Church in San Antonio, responds to the suggestion that grandparents are willing to give up survival for the economy.
By Garrett Vickrey
Glen Schmucker, a minister and hospice chaplain, shares a heartwarming story of a church that showed love to a man when he needed it most.
By Glen Schmucker
David Hardage, executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, shares about celebrations commemorating BGCT churches and universities.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Craig Christina, associate executive director of Texas Baptists, shares about his first experience with Beach Reach, an effort of Texas Baptists student ministry.
By Craig Christina / Texas Baptists
Kathryn Fouse, dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, shares her thoughts on Christian higher education.
Myles Werntz, associate professor of Christian ethics and practical theology at Logsdon Seminary, considers what worshipping apart can do for the church.
By Myles Werntz