In a culture that values skepticism and forms us to be skeptical, Ross Shelton calls for a different kind of formation starting with trust in God.
By Ross Shelton
For people looking for the perfect church, “perfect” is more about what you give than what you get.
By Bobbye Marrs
A Baptist Standard reader responds to the announced closure of Logsdon Seminary by calling for full disclosure of finances at the Seminary.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Fear is a powerful and effective motivator. Coronavirus has shown us just how fearful we are. But are we fearing the right thing?
By Eric Black / Editor
Joshua Sharp considers one of Christianity’s most important religious observances, variously known as the Lord’s Supper, Communion or the Eucharist.
By Joshua Sharp
How much faith is enough faith? Rich Mussler offers encouragement from a story about the mustard seed.
By Rich Mussler
Dennis Wiles, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Arlington, Texas, considers how Christians can understand Paul’s words about government and authority.
By Dennis Wiles
Biblical scholar and Truett Seminary professor David E. Garland looks into what Paul meant about a Christian’s relationship to government and authority.
By David E. Garland
Wayne Carr, founder and CEO of Milsoft Utility Solutions, shares his background and what difference following Jesus makes in his business.
Student Missions Blog: I didn’t expect to bond with other students who only days prior had been strangers. I didn’t anticipate confiding in one another about the ways in which we feel convicted, tempted and blessed.
By Rebecca Egan
A Baptist Standard reader gives his view of the relationship between church and state and how Christians should approach that relationship.
Just how much information do we need? It may not be the quantity or quality of the information that ultimately matters.