Following up on his popular first list of four overlooked books of the Bible to study, Joshua Sharp suggests four more.
By Joshua Sharp
Is there a better and biblical way to disagree over doctrine? Joshua Sharp offers a framework and an example from the Apostle Paul.
Psalm 88 is a song of hope in the depths of depression. The writer gives voice to the pain and points the way to hope for overcoming it.
By John Hereford
Cindy McBrayer, the cross-cultural specialist for the Texas Tech Baptist Student Ministry, shares her background and thoughts about campus ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Fewer veterans are standing during Veterans Day celebrations these days. This isn’t because we need their service less.
By Eric Black / Editor
How we engage with our church may mirror how we engage with our society. How might your voting habits at church reflect your voting habits outside of church?
John Hereford, pastoral ministry associate at The Woodlands First Baptist Church, describes mental illness from a first-person viewpoint.
Some of the Bible’s most interesting books are frequently overlooked. Joshua Sharp suggests four of them for reading.
Texas Baptists are one of the best at planting churches. Now, they are going to bring some of that expertise to re-planting churches.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Christians often behave in ways contrary to what Jesus said. Bill Wilson, the director of the Center for Healthy Churches, describes some things Jesus never said.
By Bill Wilson / Center for Healthy Churches
Stephen Boynton, a veteran firefighter and a lifelong member of Acton Baptist Church, shares his background and thoughts on being a Christian in public service.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a change in tone at Southwestern Seminary.