I don’t think I’m the only person to feel a near-compulsion to weigh in on controversy through my social media. I also don’t think this compulsion is entirely wrongheaded. I do think it can and does sometimes go terribly wrong.
By Joshua Sharp
Erika Perez, lecturer at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, licensed professional counselor, and member of Iglesia Bautista Jerusalen in Pharr, shares her background and thoughts on being a Christian in the marketplace.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Student Missions Blog: Delaware is approximately 1,640 miles from Texas, 7,266 miles from China, 7,976 miles from Taiwan and 964 miles from the Bahamas. However, it all seemed so much closer not long ago.
By Jenifer Wilkes
A Baptist Standard reader responds to President Trump’s comments about congresswomen and immigrants.
It took rocket science to get us to the moon. Living well in community, in a nation, doesn’t take such sophisticated understanding.
By Ferrell Foster
Do you ever wonder if your prayers accomplish anything? Anna Shannon reminds us what the prayers of ordinary people accomplished for Peter and that prayer is still powerful.
By Anna Shannon
Ross Shelton, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Brenham, offers three ways the authority of the Bible shapes a Christian’s life. What is your view of the Bible’s authority?
By Ross Shelton
The winds of change are blowing through Texas Baptists’ staff offices.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Editor Eric Black shares part of his family history. What things in your family history connect you like roots grounding you to your past?
By Eric Black / Editor
Cody Shouse, the director of the Longhorn Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas in Austin, shares his background and thoughts on collegiate ministry.
A reader responds to a letter about Christians and climate change.
A reader responds to Joshua Sharp’s “Voices” article on climate change, citing recent studies on the subject.