Sonya Stevenson shares how her mother taught her how to serve the Lord and others with a spirit of excellence.
02/22/2021 - By Sonya Stevenson
African Americans today are “the most Bible engaged in the U.S.,” according to our American Bible Society 2018 State of the Bible study.
02/19/2021 - By Rev. Dr. Nicole Martin
Jamey L. Yadon points out three problems shown by the ERLC Task Force’s report and its understanding of the Great Commission.
How Christians are to live in the world seems counterintuitive and ineffective but rests on the witness of Scripture and Christian history.
02/17/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Jim Denison shares remarkable stories of God working in and through human weakness and suffering.
02/17/2021 - By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Pamela Moreno, a bilingual educator in La Vega ISD, shares her background and thoughts on being a Christian in public education.
02/16/2021 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
John Litzler discusses possible implications of the 2019 Equality Act, if passed, for churches, individuals and religious organizations.
02/15/2021 - By John Litzler
Rev. Cokiesha Bailey-Robinson contends, “Justice … includes all people at the table with equal and distributed power.”
02/15/2021 - By Rev. Cokiesha Bailey-Robinson
Dr. Ronald Sessions, senior pastor of Shiloh Church in Garland, remembers his pastor Dr. L.F. Chaney’s impact on his life.
02/15/2021 - By Dr. Ronald Session
A lesson taken from the impeachment trial: Winner-take-all approaches may overshadow the best solutions for all involved during conflict.
02/11/2021 - By Eric Black / Editor
Brenda Kirk, immigration advocate, makes a case with recourse to the Bible for supporting passage of the Dream Act in 2021.
02/10/2021 - By Brenda Kirk
Lester Meriwether responds to a news article about refugee resettlement by urging churches to continue their ministries with refugees.
02/10/2021 - By Staff / Baptist Standard