Melinda Rodriguez has been in health care more than 40 years. She shares her background and thoughts about being a Christian in health care.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
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.
By Eric Black / Editor
For those seeking real and lasting change in race relations, perseverance is required. Tillanye Stewart outlines what such perseverance looks like.
By Tillanye Stewart
Rather than combatting abortion by electing conservative presidents who can appoint conservative judges, Jared Brandt calls for a different approach.
By Jared Brandt
Pastor Joseph Parker, the senior pastor of David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Austin, reflects on the legacy of Rev. C.T. Vivian and Rep. John Lewis.
By Pastor Joseph Parker Jr., Esq.
Kira Sienes Corona, a registered nurse and a member of Calvary Baptist Church in McAllen, shares her thoughts on being a Christian in health care.
“The idea of hate is too heavy a burden to bear.” Jim Denison reflects on the legacy and philosophy of Rep. John Lewis, who died July 17 at age 80.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Editor Eric Black defines one of the Baptist Standard’s three core commitments, responsible journalism, and how he and Standard are reaching for it.
Forgiveness is no less challenging because Jesus commands it. Trent Richardson explains particular challenges with forgiveness and points to good news for all.
By Trent Richardson
Jan Patterson, a physician with UT San Antonio and a lifelong Baptist, shares her background and thoughts on being a Christian in healthcare.
Jim Denison examines research about major life disruptors, how we can respond to them and a biblical example of these responses.
Veronica Timbers shares an experience of awe during a hike in the mountains of North Carolina and points to the source of our greatest longings.
By Veronica Timbers