Are workplace guidelines legal, ethical or both-and?
By Cynthia Holmes, Clayton, Mo.
The Baylor alumni proposal, for and against
By John Rutledge
The world of 2009 is quite different from 1985. Shouldn’t we be thinking of new and innovative ways to fulfill the Great Commission?
By Randel Everett, BGCT Executive Director
Baptist globalism is nothing new. It began when William Carey and his family landed in India in 1793.
By Bill Leonard, Wake Forest University
Cartoon: “My Internet search came up empty. I’m seeking forgiveness.”
By Staff, Baptist Standard
I had an interesting lunch conversation with my coworkers here in Kenya—one that prompted me to think about how our assumptions are often misconceptions.
“If you saw a woman struck by a car, would you call an ambulance right away? Or would you first ask for her papers to make sure she was not an illegal immigrant?”–E.J. Dionne
The past few weeks serving in Northern Africa, I have begun to realize—yet again—how great a hope to which I have been called.
Recently, I was asked to share something meaningful that I’ve experienced since I’ve been in Kenya. Immediately, thousands of thoughts invade my brain, recalling the past three and half months in detail.
Texas Baptists Committed’s board of directors must decide what to do with the organization, the most potent political force among Texas Baptists for the past quarter-century. The answer will have profound consequences for the Baptist General Convention of Texas.
By Marv Kox, Editor, Baptist Standard
I’ve seen the spirit of individualism infect our churches and our convention. People talk more about “I” than “we.” Preachers focus on “you” instead of “us.”
By Marv Knox, Editor, Baptist Standard
Each wedding at our church seems more ostentatious than the last. Brides’ and grooms’ families spend an extraordinary amount of money. How can these displays be reined in and more attention focused on two lives coming together?
By Stacy Conner, First Baptist Church, Muleshoe