Dr. Lisa Rainey encourages educators to practice, practice, practice three things during this season of Lent.
By Lisa M. Rainey, Ph.D.
This week’s Deep in the Hearts of Texans features Craig Denison, the author and founder of the daily devotional called First15 that is part of Denison Ministries.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Taylor Sandlin, the senior pastor of Sugar Land Baptist Church in Sugar Land, Texas, responds to an Episcopal-Baptist view of the Lord’s Supper.
By Taylor Sandlin
Ross Shelton explains how the historic Baptist principle of soul freedom can address sexual abuse in the church.
By Ross Shelton
Darrell Dunton, the owner of Admarc Advertising Design, shares his background and thoughts on following Christ in the marketplace.
Dr. Jerry P. Kulah spoke loud and clear for the church in Africa, giving the American church some things to consider about the condition of the body of Christ outside and inside the United States. Brace yourself. (Part 2 of 2)
By Eric Black / Editor
Global Christianity is sending a clear message to the American church. For those with ears to hear, will we listen? (Part 1 of 2)
A Baptist pastor from an Episcopal background reflects on the Lord’s Supper as a reminder that God’s covenant is still alive and active.
By Jaci Garrett
You are at the rail of the ship with a lifesaver in your hand. That one who is drowning will grasp it if you throw it. His or her head is above water for only a brief moment.
By Rich Mussler
Jake Raabe poses incisive questions to the American church as it grapples with its place in the global body of Christ.
By Jake Raabe
Eric Small, executive director of Pineywoods Baptist Encampment, shares his background and thoughts on camp ministry.
Nancy Ammerman, a longtime analyst of Baptists and religious life in the United States, sees enduring lessons for the United Methodist Church today from the Southern Baptist Convention battles of the 1980s.
By Nancy Ammerman / Religion News Service