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
What does our history tell us about how Texas Baptists responded to crisis in the past? Historian Alan Lefever provides a brief glance at Texas Baptists then and now.
By Alan Lefever / Texas Baptists
A Baptist Standard reader issues a call to replace blaming with prayer, asking God to give wisdom to “every leader at every level.”
A hard time likely will get harder. The world will need Christians to be at their best when that happens. It’s time to get ready.
By Eric Black / Editor
Karen Morrow, CBF field personnel serving refugees in Texas, calls attention to specific ways to care and pray for refugees, who are affected doubly by the pandemic.
By Karen Morrow / Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
Are you ready for journeying past the edge of the map? Clayton Bullion shares what he’s learned about going where no one has gone before.
By Clayton Bullion
Zac Harrel, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Gustine, expresses thoughts and emotions common to many pastors trying to lead churches during the pandemic.
By Zac Harrel
Landon Hebison, the associate pastor of Miller Heights Baptist Church in Belton, considers the coronavirus pandemic through the lens of the prophet Habakkuk.
By Landon Hebison