First Baptist Church in Corpus Christi is a good example of the ministry and influence older churches can have.
By Randel Everett, BGCT Executive Director
Where would we be today if this had been a different kind of generation—a generation focused on loving others?
By Doug Mendenhall, The Huntsville Times
“There’s no absolutely right candidate for an evangelical, and there’s no absolutely wrong candidate. They’re both right, and they’re both wrong.”–Cameron Strang
If more people donated organs, live organ donors would not be as necessary.
Jesus provided some words of advice that can guide Christians through another political season.
By Marv Knox, Editor, Baptist Standard
If I ever compete in the Olympics, I’d rather win a bronze medal than a silver. Bronze medalists just seem happier.
The resources God has entrusted to Texas Baptists may be unprecedented.
By Randel Everett, Texas Baptist Executive Director
A case can be made for and against applause during a worship service..
By Michael Clingenpeel, Richmond, Va.
“I heard myself saying a lot: ‘God, you can't ask this of me. You can’t ask this of my family. This is too much. We can’t do this.’”– Steven Curtis Chapman.
By Staff, Baptist Standard
Now Baylor University’s regents have wounded a second president.
According to the U.S. Department of Education, Texas ranks 47th in literacy. But the glass is half full—really.
By Lester Meriwether, Literacy ConneXus
No new president can direct the Baylor dissonance until the board orchestrates harmony. Bringing the Baylor family back together should be Job 1, because nothing else will matter if Baylor tears itself apart.