Jim Denison acknowledges he doesn’t know firsthand what it’s like to experience racial discrimination, face systemic poverty, encounter injustice, or suffer as an innocent victim of violence. But Jesus does.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Jim Denison, recounting two incidents in one day involving race, condemns racism and asks the Holy Spirit for Pentecost miracle to overcome it.
Contempt is a killer, laying low but unable to stay under wraps forever. To combat contempt, Editor Eric Black points to God’s valuation of us.
By Eric Black / Editor
Before social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus, Jesus overcame the distance created by sin and calls his followers to embody that gospel.
By James Collins
In response to another Christian celebrity losing faith in God, Jim Denison suggests how to experience Jesus “as a living, daily presence in your life.”
Rather than passing along conspiracy theories, Jack Goodyear exhorts Christians to think critically and to pass along the good news of Jesus Christ.
By Jack Goodyear
Phillip Marshall, assistant professor of biblical languages at Houston Baptist University, shares his background and thoughts on Christian higher education.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Churches are trying to decide when and how they will regather in person. Pastor Randall Worley suggests a full consideration of Hebrews 10:24-25.
By Randall Worley
Breonna Taylor’s killing was overlooked and overshadowed when it happened. Kathryn Freeman reminds us God sees those we don’t.
By Kathryn Freeman
We will respond to current challenges and uncertainties by being creative, compassionate and courageous, just as God created us to be.
Joshua Gilmore, director of the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at North Greenville University in Tigersville, S.C., considers how Christians are equipped for the pandemic.
By Joshua Gilmore
Randy Hatchett, professor of theology at Houston Baptist University, shares his background and thoughts on Christian higher education.