Whoever wins the election and whatever our government looks like as a result, the question for American Christians is, “Who will we be?”
11/04/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor
Overlooking a city skyline, Trent Richardson reflects that the most beautiful sights in the world are “nothing next to the image-bearing faces admiring them day after day.”
11/03/2020 - By Trent Richardson
Patty Lane, director of intercultural ministries for the Baptist General Convention of Texas, points to three Gospel stories of Jesus defining justice.
11/02/2020 - By Patty Lane
Mike Manchee, principal of Lorenzo de Zavala Middle School in Amarillo ISD, shares his thoughts on being a Christian in public education.
11/02/2020 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
Jim Denison encourages readers to vote on Nov. 3, reminding them no candidate who wins the election should replace God as the focus of worship.
11/02/2020 - By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Editor Eric Black rediscovered the power of a Bible verse he learned as a child while reading it in the context of a world in crisis.
10/29/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor
John Hereford, pastoral ministry associate at The Woodlands First Baptist Church, shares how to recognize and respond to anxiety.
10/27/2020 - By John Hereford
A Baptist Standard reader responds to an opinion article by Jack Goodyear about Christians’ involvement in partisan politics.
10/27/2020 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
Jessica Sullens, a teacher at Hallsville Junior High School, shares her background and thoughts about being a Christian in public education.
Bethany Molinar, executive director of Ciudad Nueva Community Outreach, describes ministry among immigrants and asylum seekers in El Paso.
10/26/2020 - By Bethany Molinar
Jim Denison points to three places where civility has overshadowed division between differing political views and the true peace only found in Jesus Christ.
10/26/2020 - By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Voting contributes to the Constitution’s aim—“to form a more perfect union”—Lloyd Elder asserts, calling citizens to enact their responsibility.
10/22/2020 - By Lloyd Elder