Is it wrong to be afraid right now? What purpose does fear serve? A psychiatrist and theologian considers these questions from three perspectives.
By Warren Kinghorn
What is the abundant life Jesus promised? Will we live it later, or is it for us to live now? These seem like ironic questions at a time when life seems on hold.
By Trent Richardson
Julianna Marraccino, a theology and social work student at Baylor’s Truett Seminary, looks at how congregations and social workers make each other stronger.
By Julianna Marraccino
Jeff Smith, president and CEO of HighGround Advisors, explains their plan for facing the economic uncertainty accompanying the coronavirus pandemic.
By Jeff Smith / HighGround Advisors
This Holy Week, though we are used to getting together to celebrate, we are holed up at home. In light of that, Editor Eric Black offers an exercise for self-examination.
By Eric Black / Editor
Glen Schmucker, minister and writer, shares how invisible things aren’t all bad. God’s mercy overcomes even the nastiest invisible things, like the coronavirus.
By Glen Schmucker
Does God hurt like we hurt? At a time when there’s plenty of hurt to go around, some wonder if God shares our pain. Joshua Sharp considers the question.
By Joshua Sharp
In the midst of the current uncertainty, do you need a sign from God? Sandy Wisdom-Martin points to where to find direction from God.
By Sandy Wisdom-Martin / WMU
John Crowder, pastor of First Baptist Church in West, shares what he learned about disaster from living through the aftermath of a fertilizer plant explosion.
By John Crowder
P.J. Gramling, the director of admission for Howard Payne University, shares her background and thoughts on Christian higher education.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Though churches will not observe Easter—Resurrection Day—as they normally do, Christians have the opportunity to consider Jesus’ resurrection afresh.
By Ginger McPherson
Dennis Wiles, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Arlington, considers two Baptist principles guiding church leaders as they weigh the CARES Act.
By Dennis Wiles