A Baptist Standard reader responds to a recent editorial by Eric Black with a clarification about Black Lives Matter.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Gay Lewis encourages people with memory loss and those who care for them with the fact God does not forget them, even if they can’t remember.
By Gay N. Lewis
While it’s true no one wants to grieve, nor to experience reasons for grief, if we want to live well, we need to grieve well, individually and corporately.
By Eric Black / Editor
Chaplain Sara Long points to studies showing the high degree of isolation and loneliness among senior adults and challenges churches to respond.
By Sara Long
Brenda Kirk, after being changed by Leviticus 19:33-34, challenges readers to engage with Scripture’s teaching about child refugees.
By Brenda Kirk
Alyssa Ross, a public school teacher, describes justice from the vantage point of adoption and public and special education.
By Alyssa Ross
David Maltsberger, professor of religion at the San Antonio campus of Wayland Baptist University, shares his background and thoughts on Christian higher education.
With Marco and Laura headed for the Louisiana coast, Jim Denison points to the difference Christians can make by knowing Jesus in challenging times.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Along with questions about safely regathering in-person, churches need to engage questions affecting the fabric of the nation, families and churches.
Jim Lemons explores how God may be using the coronavirus pandemic to reveal things about ourselves and our world.
By Jim Lemons
Dr. Issam Raad, physician, inventor, missionary and pastor of Arabic Baptist Church of Houston, shares his background and thoughts on ministry.
Jim Denison considers changes in parentage and parenting mores in light of an asteroid near-miss and the biblical position on truth.