Editor Eric Black shares part of his family history. What things in your family history connect you like roots grounding you to your past?
By Eric Black / Editor
Cody Shouse, the director of the Longhorn Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas in Austin, shares his background and thoughts on collegiate ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
A reader responds to a letter about Christians and climate change.
A reader responds to Joshua Sharp’s “Voices” article on climate change, citing recent studies on the subject.
Do you feel guilty when someone asks, “How’s your prayer life?” After spending an hour in prayer before the African American Fellowship Conference, Editor Eric Black came away ready for another hour.
Gaynor Yancey remembers what the Bible taught her about God’s love for people. What has the Bible taught you about God’s love for people?
By Gaynor Yancey
Voices columnist Joshua Sharp discusses what responsibility Christians have for God’s creation.
By Joshua Sharp
Anyra Cano, youth minister at Iglesia Bautista Victoria en Cristo in Fort Worth, academic coordinator of the Christian Latina Leadership Institute, and coordinator of Texas Baptist Women in Ministry, shares her background and thoughts on ministry.
David Hardage, executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, encourages Texas Baptists to invest in their colleges and universities.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
As we celebrate American independence, we also should celebrate our freedom as followers of Christ and as Baptists. One of our great freedoms is being able to vote. How does being Baptist influence our vote?
Hurricane Harvey and trauma go hand-in-hand, even two years later. Erin Albin tells powerful stories of Christ’s presence during the storm and in the days, months and years after.
By Erin Albin
Joel Bratcher, the director of the Aggie BSM—Baptist Student Ministry—at Texas A&M University, shares his background and thoughts on collegiate ministry.