The knowledge we glean from social sciences like psychology and sociology is valuable and incredibly helpful “for life and godliness,” writes Joshua Sharp.
By Joshua Sharp
Rachel Guarneri Garcia, an RN in the University Medical Center NICU in Lubbock, shares her background and thoughts on being a Christian in health care.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Following the burning of Bibles and the beheading of a statue of Jesus, Jim Denison calls Christians to be people whose lives match their words.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a Voices op-ed by Rev. Ramiro Peña, a Waco pastor and supporter of Donald Trump.
Jim Denison reflects on key events from the last nine months and how Christians may find themselves at odds with the broader culture.
A Waco pastor and one of President Trump’s informal group of evangelical advisors expresses his gratitude for Trump’s record on religious liberty.
As a follow up to his editorial published July 22, Editor Eric Black comments on words one of his predecessors used in 1965 to describe Black Americans.
By Eric Black / Editor
Editor Eric Black announces a special series in the Voices column dedicated to an extended conversation about justice from numerous perspectives.
Student Missions Blog: The other night, I met with an international student, and we went to a favorite spot of his on the edge of campus. We spoke about his time here in America as we drank Turkish tea in special glasses.
By Ronnie Busby
Nathan Feinberg leans on the story of Jesus calming the storm, reminding readers the troubles in this world are small compared to Jesus’ power.
By Nathan Feinberg
Melinda Rodriguez has been in health care more than 40 years. She shares her background and thoughts about being a Christian in health care.
Editor Eric Black, spurred by the death of Rep. John Lewis on July 18, examines the Baptist Standard’s record of the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965.