Joshua Sharp offers counsel to prospective or current seminary students based on what he has learned about ministry since graduating in 2020.
10/13/2021 - By Joshua Sharp
Bobby Hall, president of Wayland Baptist University, describes the role of Christian higher education in addressing justice.
10/11/2021 - By Bobby Hall / Wayland Baptist University
Ben Karner explains the theology contained in Fanny Crosby’s song “Blessed Assurance” by looking at John 10:28-30.
10/05/2021 - By Benjamin Karner
When injustice happens, “will you condemn it, turn a blind eye to it, rationalize it, approve of it or engage in it?” Dr. Felisi Sorgwe asks.
10/04/2021 - By Dr. Felisi Sorgwe
Scott Venable, lead pastor of Northwood Church in Keller, shares insights from the church’s experience welcoming refugees.
09/29/2021 - By Scott Venable
Jessie Higgins describes what justice looks like for people with mental illness, “healing and restoration” achievable in small and big ways.
09/27/2021 - By Jessie Higgins
Ali Corona brings a therapist’s perspective to how addressing individual and corporate grief is part of pursuing justice.
09/20/2021 - By Ali Corona
Ruth Cook shares how God changed her perspective of the world through the Baptist Student Union at the University of Texas at Arlington.
09/14/2021 - By Ruth Cook
Rev. Samuel Doyle tells the story of Onesimus, the subject of a letter to Philemon by Paul, and how the broader story depicts justice.
09/13/2021 - By Rev. Samuel Doyle
Don Newbury remembers the humble grace of three Texas Baptist leaders and shares a couple of thoughts on religion.
09/08/2021 - By Don Newbury
John Whitten asks us the question Jesus asked the disabled man who had come t the Pool of Bethesda for healing for 38 years.
09/07/2021 - By John Whitten
Stephen Reeves cites biblical references to justice and provides several examples of the difference between justice and injustice.
09/06/2021 - By Stephen Reeves