What gives Christians hope in the face of life’s sometimes harsh and sad realities? In a world reeling in turmoil, injustice, violence and corruption, what gives believers strength to believe?
By Jack Wyman
Rev. Tamiko Jones reflects on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. 50 years after his assassination: King recognized the hand of God throughout history and that everything in history led up to the time in which Dr. King lived.
By Tamiko Jones / WMU of Texas
David Bowman, executive director of the Tarrant Baptist Association in Fort Worth, shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Following the resurrection, when Jesus’ charged his disciples with this strategic assignment, his words became their modus operandi. After an inspiring Easter celebration, this is a great week to revisit this pivotal mandate.
By Barry Howard / Center for Healthy Churches
For Spring Break this year, I went to New York City—not for a vacation or for sightseeing, but to serve with about 20 of my fellow students with the Hardin-Simmons University Baptist Student Ministries.
By Ashlyn Schulle
Hear it from me: your work and your ministry matters. It matters while we’re here are earth, and it matters as an eternal blessing as well.
By Don McCaig
Everyone knew Billy Graham. Not everyone knew Bracy Bledsoe. But both men left enduring legacies of the faith.
By Ross Shelton
Jeff Smith, president and CEO of HighGround Advisors, shares his thoughts on financially serving Baptists and building relationships all along the way.
The quiet response by current American evangelical leaders to what’s occurring in Russia is notably different than decades past.
By Gregory Alan Thornbury / Religion News Service
Student Missions Blog: We were able to see what can happen when we follow God’s call to serve the least among us and share the good news of Jesus Christ.
By Adam Jones
Keith Bruce, former director of institutional relations for Texas Baptists, shares his thoughts on pastoring, ministry, and life.
Pastor Jason Dunton recalls his childhood memories of recreating the Triumphal Entry at his church and wonders if the meaning of Jesus’ last week is lost to us today.
By Jason Dunton