Social distancing can be a spiritual act of mercy toward and for our neighbors, explains Erin Albin Hill with the Center for Church and Community Impact at Baylor University.
By Erin Albin Hill
How can we practice Sabbath for spiritual benefit during these days of social distancing. Matt Homeyer, assistant dean for external affairs at Truett Seminary, points the way.
By Matt Homeyer
COVID-19 could be called “apocalyptic,” but does “apocalypse” mean what we think it means? Joshua Sharp explains.
By Joshua Sharp
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.
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.
By Ross Shelton
For people looking for the perfect church, “perfect” is more about what you give than what you get.
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.
How much faith is enough faith? Rich Mussler offers encouragement from a story about the mustard seed.
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.
By Julianna Marraccino
Francisco Ramos, an engineer, pastor and Logsdon Seminary student, considers the announced closing of Logsdon from his expertise in financial analysis.
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?”
By Ben James
Joshua Sharp contends the Bible “is not a ‘flat’ document” but is rich and complex, calling for a robust interpretive posture.