Wayne Carr, founder and CEO of Milsoft Utility Solutions, shares his background and what difference following Jesus makes in his business.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Student Missions Blog: I didn’t expect to bond with other students who only days prior had been strangers. I didn’t anticipate confiding in one another about the ways in which we feel convicted, tempted and blessed.
By Rebecca Egan
A Baptist Standard reader gives his view of the relationship between church and state and how Christians should approach that relationship.
Just how much information do we need? It may not be the quantity or quality of the information that ultimately matters.
By Eric Black / Editor
Julianna Marraccino reflects on MLK Day and Black History Month, and Dr. King’s challenge for continuing the fight for racial justice.
By Julianna Marraccino
Francisco Ramos, an engineer, pastor and Logsdon Seminary student, considers the announced closing of Logsdon from his expertise in financial analysis.
By Francisco Ramos
Larry McGraw, associate dean and professor of Bible at Logsdon School of Theology, shares his background and thoughts on education.
Ben James doesn’t know what happened or why, but he learned at Logsdon Seminary to reflect and ask, “What if I am the one who is wrong?”
By Ben James
Among all the questions being asked about the closure of Logsdon Seminary, the central question feeding all of them is, “Why?”
Tommy Sanders is provost and vice president of academic affairs at East Texas Baptist University in Marshall, Texas, and has served ETBU since 2013.
Joshua Sharp contends the Bible “is not a ‘flat’ document” but is rich and complex, calling for a robust interpretive posture.
By Joshua Sharp
Social media seems to be aggravating our divisions. Zac Harrel offers three practices for engaging social media more constructively.
By Zac Harrel