A Go Now Mission team served in East Asia over Christmas break, working in a city where more than 1 million college students live and study.
By Erica Harnisch / BGCT Collegiate Ministries
Jeremy Edmiston, member of First Baptist Church in Grand Prairie and vice president of Pinnacle Property Management Services, shares his thoughts on following Jesus in the marketplace.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
If last year was any indication, 2020 will test our resolve even further. Will we see any clearer our need to be people of Christ’s peace and good will?
By Eric Black / Editor
Dan Turner, music and worship consultant for Texas Baptists serving in Amarillo, shares his background and thoughts on ministry and music in the church.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a report about a Christianity Today editorial by Mark Galli critical of President Trump.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Editor Eric Black’s editorial about prophets and Christianity Today Editor Mark Galli’s editorial about President Trump’s removal from office.
As I look at a world starved for hope, peace, joy and love, I wonder if we don’t need more Linuses out there prompting us to keep Christ in Christmas.
By Daniel Camp
Eric Whitmore, an Air Force veteran and chaplain, offers hope to those enduring PTSD, especially conflict veterans like him.
By Eric Whitmore
Darold Morgan was a significant influence in many people’s lives. Jay Abernathy is one of them and calls for more influencers like Morgan.
Though we sing of “peace on Earth,” these are restless times. Followers of Christ need to remain above the divisiveness. There’s work to be done … together.
Some people need more light during the “happy” holidays. Zac Harrel reminds us Jesus is the light who came into the world for all people.
By Zac Harrel
J.K. Weger, minister of music and worship arts at Ash Creek Baptist Church in Azle, Texas, shares his background and thoughts on church, ministry and music.