Glenn Ward, director of missions for the Paluxy Baptist Association in Granbury, Texas, shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
How should Christians respond when American nationalism is preached from evangelicals with political power?
By Smith Getterman
Where can we find and begin teaching others to find the work of God’s grace in the lives of people — all people, even those with whom we disagree?
By Ryan Vanderland
Evangelicals have existed far longer than the Republican party. Evangelicals exist in a myriad of countries other than the United States.
By Jake Raabe
Do evangelicals really want to bring about the end of the world?
By Scott McConnell and Bob Smietana / Religion News Service
In the wake of Doug Jones’ election to the Alabama Senate seat, “it turns out that black Christians, not white evangelicals, are the story.”
By Larycia Hawkins / Religion News Service
As the word “evangelical” has seemingly become synonymous with “white Republican,” Christians of all kinds debate continuing to identify themselves with that label.
By Julie Zauzmer and Sarah Pulliam Bailey / The Washington Post
This week’s letter to the editor concerns Paul Pressler, the subject of a sex abuse lawsuit
Student Missions Blog: Sometimes God lets us wait until we’re ready. He grows us in a slow cooker instead of a microwave.
By Shelby Byrd
Can we discuss the end times for a moment?
By John Whitten
Robert Wheat, director of missions for the Bi-Fork Baptist Association in Vernon, Texas, shares his background and thoughts on church and ministry.
Pastor Zac Harrel wrestles with a problem that’s not just relegated to pastors: How do we overcome needing the approval of man over the approval of God?
By Zac Harrel