Some of the Bible’s most interesting books are frequently overlooked. Joshua Sharp suggests four of them for reading.
By Joshua Sharp
Texas Baptists are one of the best at planting churches. Now, they are going to bring some of that expertise to re-planting churches.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Christians often behave in ways contrary to what Jesus said. Bill Wilson, the director of the Center for Healthy Churches, describes some things Jesus never said.
By Bill Wilson / Center for Healthy Churches
Stephen Boynton, a veteran firefighter and a lifelong member of Acton Baptist Church, shares his background and thoughts on being a Christian in public service.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a change in tone at Southwestern Seminary.
In the furious sounds of stormy times, we can sing songs of hope for those overwhelmed by the storms.
By Eric Black / Editor
Ryan Chandler, the pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Orange, Texas, considers Judges 19, one of the Bible’s most troubling passages.
By Ryan Chandler
Grant Byrd has been in youth ministry for 38 years and plans to continue. He serves First Baptist Church in McKinney and shares his background and thoughts on ministry.
Joshua Sharp continues his examination of what the Bible says about women in ministry, calling his readers to examen fully Paul’s words about the subject.
The words we say to and about one another and when we say them matters. Speaking the right words in these wrong times may be easier than we realize.
Bruce Webb, the pastor of The Woodlands First Baptist Church, shares his background and thoughts on the church and ministry.
Todd Still, dean of Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary, responds to John MacArthur telling Beth Moore to “go home,” and discuses what the Bible says about women preaching and leading in ministry.
By Todd Still