Mike Mayer, a member of First Baptist Church in Midland and active in the oilfield services industry, shares his background and his thoughts on being a Christian in the marketplace.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a review of Doug Weaver’s new book titled Baptists and the Holy Spirit.
Have you ever written a letter to the editor? Letters keep us talking with each other, and most editors cherish that. This one does.
By Eric Black / Editor
How did Jesus interact with sinners, and how do his interactions inform Christian behavior in a “welcoming” and “inclusive” culture?
By Joshua Sharp
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.
Promises and guarantees of security abound, coming at us from companies and leaders alike. Who do you trust to make good on such promises?
“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.