‘They’ can be such a problem for ‘us,’ unless we can see ‘them’ like Jesus sees them. How Jesus sees them makes all the difference.
By Patrick Adair
Harry Wilson, the executive director of HOPE Literacy, encourages Christians to see the challenges of today through the lens of Jesus’ heart and wisdom.
By Harry Wilson / HOPE Literacy
Ron Lyles has been preaching almost as long as he’s been alive. He shares his background and thoughts about church and ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Metaphors are risky, yet we use them all the time. Editor Eric Black reflects on an unintended consequence of a metaphor he used in a recent editorial.
By Eric Black / Editor
Kanye West’s new album, Jesus is King, has garnered a lot of attention among Christians. Smith Getterman reflects on the criticism.
By Smith Getterman
Does the story about the widow’s offering mean what we think it means? Joshua Sharp examines the well-worn words of Jesus about this woman.
By Joshua Sharp
Larry Danks, minister of worship at Trinity Baptist Church in Kerrville, shares his background and thoughts on ministry and music.
Mariah Humphries, a member of the Mvskoke Nation, gives a glimpse into what it is like to be Native American during Thanksgiving.
By Mariah Humphries
Of all the things we might want people to know about Thanksgiving, what should they know?
Brenda Rincones tells of a powerful miracle in her family and how it reverberates through each Thanksgiving they celebrate.
By Brenda Rincones
Lisa Rainey, Ph.D., shares the magic and welcome of what Thanksgiving was like for her when she was growing up.
By Lisa M. Rainey, Ph.D.
Keith Wilkerson, minister of worship for Sovereign Life Fellowship in Longview and former director of the Singing Men of East Texas, shares his background and thoughts about ministry and music.