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.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
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.
By Joshua Sharp
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.
By Eric Black / Editor
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 / Truett Theological Seminary
Atatiana matters, who she was matters, what happened to her matters, how we feel about this and why matters, and inasmuch as the church is the earthly representative of Atatiana’s Creator, what the church does matters.
By Dr. Michael Bell
With so much bad news, we may want to stick our heads in the sand or turn the channel. There’s another, counterintuitive way to escape bad news.
John Whitten remembers his friend and mentor, Eddy Curry, who died unexpectedly in August 2019, sharing grief tinged with hope and gratitude.
By John Whitten
Baptist churches in Texas are struck with the particular kind of challenge of having had good days and now living in leaner ones. We have a choice to make: to be afraid or to be faithful.
By Myles Werntz
Jason Atchley, the lead pastor of Bacon Heights Baptist Church in Lubbock and second vice president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, shares his background and thoughts on ministry and the church.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to comments made by Adam Greenway, newly-elected president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, during an interview with Ken Camp, managing editor of the Baptist Standard.