Albert Reyes, president and CEO of Buckner International, shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Steve Wells, a pastor who served on the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s Illumination Project, responds to criticism surrounding its recently revised hiring policy regarding LBGT individuals.
By Steve Wells
Pastor James Hassell shares why his church decided to remove the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship from their Cooperative Program funding in response to the Fellowship’s hiring policy changes.
By James Hassell
Pastor Zac Harrel argues, “Our culture at large has replaced religious faith with political faith.” If that’s true, how can Christians stay political without bowing down to politics?
By Zac Harrel
There’s a deadly intersection in town. You may live close to it. Time and time again, two cars collide, and someone is seriously injured. All too often, someone dies. We know about this intersection, and we keep asking, “Can’t something be done?”
By Eric Black
A letter to the editor regarding the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship’s recent decision to lift a ban on hiring LGBT people for some posts.
When Christians focus on Easter without experiencing the loss of the Lenten season, are they missing out on what makes the resurrection so miraculous?
By Craig Nash
When the woman at the well experienced Jesus’ love, she was better able to love herself and others in return. (Jack Wyman)
By Jack Wyman
Morgan Malone, executive director of the Denton Baptist Association, shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.
Social media reveals what some Lent-observing Christians say they’re going to give up for the season of Lent.
By Christianity Today Staff
Randel Everett, president of the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative and former executive director of the BGCT, shares his thoughts on church and ministry.
How political should pastors be? How theological should politicians be? And what happens when the lines between pastors and politicians become blurred?
By Garrett Vickrey