Texas Baptists are in the disciple-making business, and disciple-making begins with telling someone about Jesus.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
In response to recent headlines about prominent Christians leaving Christianity, Joshua Sharp shares his own hopeful story.
By Joshua Sharp
Many are reacting and responding to new immigration policy announced by Ken Cuccinelli on Aug. 12. Here is a prophetic response from someone who ministers with immigrants and their families.
By Patrick Adair
Getting an education is a lot of sacrifice, but seeing what God can do through you is more rewarding than staying in a comfort zone.
By Dr. Zoricelis Dávila
Itzayana Aguirre was empowered by her parents and her church to pursue and achieve two academic degrees. She shares her story.
By Itzayana Aguirre
Religion and politics can lead to uncivil discourse when people disagree. What if, however, Christians don’t have to agree? How might Christians learn to disagree better?
By Jack Goodyear
Texas Baptists are a church starting success story. Executive Director David Hardage tells, with great hope and admiration, of church starters from East Texas who are heading west.
Spiritual trauma is in the news but may be as unseen as those who suffer with it. Jess Gregory encourages us to examine the causes of spiritual trauma and to be patient with those who are healing.
By Jess Gregory
How can you care for first responders after they care for you? Heath Holland, a Master of Divinity student at Baylor’s Truett Seminary, explains how.
By Heath Holland
I don’t think I’m the only person to feel a near-compulsion to weigh in on controversy through my social media. I also don’t think this compulsion is entirely wrongheaded. I do think it can and does sometimes go terribly wrong.
It took rocket science to get us to the moon. Living well in community, in a nation, doesn’t take such sophisticated understanding.
By Ferrell Foster
Do you ever wonder if your prayers accomplish anything? Anna Shannon reminds us what the prayers of ordinary people accomplished for Peter and that prayer is still powerful.
By Anna Shannon