Phil Christopher, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Abilene, Texas, responds to the announced closure of Logsdon Seminary at Hardin-Simmons University.
By Phil Christopher
In response to its announced closure, Javier Vargas, a Logsdon Seminary student, reflects on his introduction to the seminary and his gratitude and love for it.
By Javier Vargas
John Whitten, pastor of The Gathering at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church in Abilene, expresses his sorrow, gratitude and hope for Logsdon Seminary.
By John Whitten
Carey C. Newman reflects on James Leo Garrett as he knew him and the influence Garrett had on generations of Baptist ministers and scholars, among others.
By Carey C. Newman
When the daily grind gets to be more than enough, how do we keep our heads? Dalese Black points us back to the details of the daily grind for help finding focus.
By Dalese Black
In the noise and chaos of life, the Holy Spirit is a friend we can depend on, helping us hear the Lord’s voice and driving out fear.
By Anna Shannon
John N. Davis calls for new leadership in the Southern Baptist Convention by electing a layperson instead of another member of the clergy.
By John N. Davis
Joshua Sharp responds to a dispute on Twitter about whether or not the Bible defends the enslavement of African Americans or anyone else.
By Joshua Sharp
Randy Bradley, pastor of Mullin First Baptist Church, defends single-issue voting in response to Terry Austin’s criticism of the same.
By Randy Bradley
As he concludes his time in Texas and returns to Mississippi, Geoff Davidson reflects on how small churches are like the Brazos River.
By Geoff Davidson
Kathryn Freeman challenges Christians to follow Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s lead and to fight injustice with love.
By Kathryn Freeman
Is a single issue a sufficient reason to choose a candidate? Terry Austin doesn’t think so and explains why a single issue is more complicated than that.
By Terry Austin