Myles Werntz, associate professor of Christian ethics and practical theology at Logsdon Seminary, considers what worshipping apart can do for the church.
By Myles Werntz
Jimmy Dorrell, executive director of Mission Waco and pastor of Church Under the Bridge, suggests a different perspective on the coronavirus pandemic.
By Jimmy Dorrell
Mindful of social distancing happening during Lent, Maddie Rarick called on her Sunday school class to continue practicing prayerful reflection.
By Maddie Rarick
In place of social distancing, Trent Richardson suggests the spiritual discipline of solitude, looking hopefully to the future after the coronavirus pandemic.
By Trent Richardson
Jeff Gravens, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Sulphur Springs, names six reasons the church will thrive in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Jeff Gravens
Joshua Sharp explains how the Lord’s Prayer can be an essential part of every Christian’s daily practice during trying times.
By Joshua Sharp
The newness of social distancing can be overwhelming. Jack Goodyear points us to words of encouragement and strength for getting through these days.
By Jack Goodyear
Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr., president of the BGCT and pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield, exhorts the church to seize its opportunity to share the gospel.
By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
Looking for peace to replace fear or anxiety in the midst of troubling times? Miranda Jo Davis offers a simple guide for finding freedom from fear.
By Miranda Jo Davis
While we need to keep our distance for a while, we also need to maintain our connections, because our connections are what will outlast coronavirus.
By Eric Black / Editor
Social distancing can be a spiritual act of mercy toward and for our neighbors, explains Erin Albin Hill with the Center for Church and Community Impact at Baylor University.
By Erin Albin Hill
How can we practice Sabbath for spiritual benefit during these days of social distancing. Matt Homeyer, assistant dean for external affairs at Truett Seminary, points the way.
By Matt Homeyer