As in times past, Ward Hayes, treasurer and CFO for Texas Baptists, is confident Texas Baptists will meet the current trial with peace and generosity.
03/16/2020 - By Ward Hayes / Texas Baptists
In a culture that values skepticism and forms us to be skeptical, Ross Shelton calls for a different kind of formation starting with trust in God.
03/09/2020 - By Ross Shelton
For people looking for the perfect church, “perfect” is more about what you give than what you get.
03/09/2020 - By Bobbye Marrs
Joshua Sharp considers one of Christianity’s most important religious observances, variously known as the Lord’s Supper, Communion or the Eucharist.
03/04/2020 - By Joshua Sharp
How much faith is enough faith? Rich Mussler offers encouragement from a story about the mustard seed.
03/04/2020 - By Rich Mussler
Julianna Marraccino reflects on MLK Day and Black History Month, and Dr. King’s challenge for continuing the fight for racial justice.
02/26/2020 - By Julianna Marraccino
Francisco Ramos, an engineer, pastor and Logsdon Seminary student, considers the announced closing of Logsdon from his expertise in financial analysis.
02/26/2020 - By Francisco Ramos
Ben James doesn’t know what happened or why, but he learned at Logsdon Seminary to reflect and ask, “What if I am the one who is wrong?”
02/21/2020 - By Ben James
Joshua Sharp contends the Bible “is not a ‘flat’ document” but is rich and complex, calling for a robust interpretive posture.
02/19/2020 - By Joshua Sharp
Social media seems to be aggravating our divisions. Zac Harrel offers three practices for engaging social media more constructively.
02/19/2020 - By Zac Harrel
Darin Davis, director of Baylor University’s Institute for Faith and Learning, shares his awe at seeing hope shared among ministers from different Christian traditions.
02/19/2020 - By Darin Davis
Phil Christopher, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Abilene, Texas, responds to the announced closure of Logsdon Seminary at Hardin-Simmons University.
02/13/2020 - By Phil Christopher