I would urge everyone who respects human life, human rights and human dignity, whether for religious or other reasons, to avoid use of the terms “human capital” and “human resources.”
02/06/2009 - By Staff, Baptist Standard
Spending time with the BGCT partners shows when we cooperate together, we can do so much more.
02/06/2009 - By Randel Everett, BGCT Executive Director
Robbi Francovich, a former CBF missionary to India, reminds us that the world is "too big for anything but truth and too small for anything but love."
02/06/2009 - By Robbi Francovich
Aren't strategy planning and marketing by a church just examples of crass worldliness?
02/05/2009 - By Michael Clingenpeel, Richmond, Va.
“Marriage is not the completion of a journey to discover our perfect mate for life. Marriage is the opportunity, if not the commitment, to learn what it means to become the perfect mate.” –Glen Schmucker.
02/05/2009 - By Staff, Baptist Standard
What does integrity look like, so we can recognize it in candidates for our church?
01/23/2009 - By Allen Reasons, Huntington, W. Va.
“In the words of Scripture, the time has come to ‘set aside childish things.’" –President Barak Obama
01/23/2009 - By Staff, Baptist Standard
We should raise our voices in prayer for our new leader that God would give him wisdom to lead us through a very turbulent period in our nation’s history.
The book Concentric Circles of Concern explains how to share the gospel within each of our personal spheres of influence.
01/23/2009 - By Randel Everett, BGCT Executive Director
Abraham Lincoln's phrase– “We must disenthrall ourselves, and then we shall save our country.”–resonates in our time.
01/23/2009 - By Marv Knox, Editor, Baptist Standard
Marv realizes he’ll have to live with the body—and the ears—the good Lord gave him.
If you were among those on the National Mall in Washington, the inauguration was an experience of awakening.
01/23/2009 - By Suzii Paynter, Texas Baptist Christian Life Commis