Underneath the debates about the reality of the coronavirus pandemic and legitimacy of responses to it is a deeper question. It’s a question of trust.
By Eric Black / Editor
In the midst of vying claims about successes and failures addressing coronavirus, Jim Denison points to the prophet Isaiah and true hope and peace.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
A Baptist pastor explains the difficulty of a Baptist church applying for a Payroll Protection Program loan and why he and his church eventually did.
By Ryan Burge
Funerals are being done differently during the pandemic. A pastor well-acquainted with them shares what it’s been like officiating during social distancing.
By Tommy Hood
What does the Bible say about everyone being saved? How are we to understand passages that seem to say everyone will? Joshua Sharp takes on these questions.
By Joshua Sharp
Smith Getterman, Baylor University’s director of sustainability, calls Christians to honor God the Creator during the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
By Smith Getterman
Chuck Gartman, director of ministry guidance and an assistant professor of Christian education for Howard Payne University, shares his background and thoughts on youth ministry.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Ash Wright, a 2005 graduate of Hardin-Simmons University and political strategist, explains four reasons he supports HSU’s The Way Forward plan.
By Ash Wright
After graduating from Hardin-Simmons University and moving to New York City, Charissa Conner joined a church staff there that is working overtime to minister to its city.
By Charissa Conner
What can the church do in response to the disparities facing African American communities during the coronavirus pandemic?
By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
How should Christians respond when a politician claims ultimate and total authority? What should Christians do with such authority in uncertain times?
Kathryn Fouse, dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, shares her thoughts on the responsibility of developing gifts and talents.
By Kathryn Fouse