Gordon Wilkerson, a member of First Baptist Church in Lubbock and president of Wilkerson Properties and Wilkerson Storage, shares his background and thoughts on being a follower of Christ in the marketplace.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Promises and guarantees of security abound, coming at us from companies and leaders alike. Who do you trust to make good on such promises?
By Eric Black / Editor
“What worries me most about my own heart and my use of social media is the way it stokes fear, anger and outrage every time I log on.” Zac Harrel encourages readers to examine how we use social media and what it is doing to our hearts.
By Zac Harrel
Tim Musquiz is a member of Iglesia Bautista Maranatha in Houston and an oil and gas senior-level manager. He shares his background and thoughts being a Christian in the marketplace.
RE: Trump steadily fulfills goals on religious right wish list An Associated Press article indicates Donald Trump is fulfilling all the requests from the religious right, but Trump doesn’t do…
To be connected and stay connected, we have to keep talking to each other. That isn’t news. It’s definitely not satire. But it’s more than mere opinion.
Texas Baptists are in the disciple-making business, and disciple-making begins with telling someone about Jesus.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Jay Abernathy, the associate pastor for pastoral care and generations ministry at First Baptist Church of Lubbock, Texas, shares his background and thoughts on ministry.
What’s the difference between fake news, opinion, satire and real news? Readers are finding it harder and harder to know. Researchers hope to make it easier.
By R. Kelly Garrett, Robert Bond & Shannon Poulsen / The Conversation
A Baptist Standard reader responds to an op-ed by Patrick Adair, in which he expressed his view of a new immigration rule.
In response to recent headlines about prominent Christians leaving Christianity, Joshua Sharp shares his own hopeful story.
By Joshua Sharp
Teacher, we have entrusted our children to you. Too often, you feel the weight of that, especially when we are critical of you. Today, may you feel the blessing in that.