Student Missions blog: My Jamaica is the place where my heart broke numerous times but was glued together by Jesus being ever present in the very people and situations that broke it.
By Christine Fisher
The coming year promises to test our understanding of goodness. Followers of Christ—evangelical or otherwise—will not have to wait to practice goodness in this world. We will have the opportunity to do the honorable thing even before the end of this editorial.
By Eric Black / Editor
Books expand our vision of the world. Books open the world up to us much more than our phones and the ever-shrinking community and influences we have on social media. Books can push us out of our comfort zone and help us think about this world in a new way.
By Zac Harrel
There is a calm humility associated with kneeling, and I wonder what we could learn, receive or do as a result of this heart posture.
By Ali Corona
Joseph Christopherson, executive director of the El Paso Baptist Association shares his background and thoughts on church and associational ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Student missions blog: For 11 days during Christmas break, I had the opportunity to travel to Lesvos, Greece, with a team to volunteer at a refugee camp.
By Amanda Finnigan
Student missions blog: When I first heard about a mission trip to Ukraine, I immediately felt called to go. I saw no better way to spend my Christmas break than to share Jesus with orphans.
By Candace Hall
Student missions blog: I took the advice of one of my teammates and intentionally put myself in a position where I would be uncomfortable so that God could use me.
By Serenity Harris
We are smart people. We are sophisticated people. We’ve made so much progress. And we still can’t save ourselves. In answer to our clamoring for a savior, a child is born to us who is Christ the Lord.
Rather than being distracted by what words people use to celebrate this time of year, Baptists need to remember they arose in response to religious persecution and have been proponents for religious liberty for 400 years so they can continue to be a leading voice for religious liberty now.
By Joshua Sharp
A Baptist Standard reader replies to Eric Black’s editorial that makes a comparison between former President George H.W. Bush and current President Trump.
Mark Rotramel, pastor of First Baptist Church in El Paso, Texas, shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.