Steve Bezner, the senior pastor of Houston Northwest Church, examines the disagreement among Southern Baptists over Beth Moore preaching and suggests a response.
By Steve Bezner
Gaynor Yancey ponders the questions, where do you call home, and why? What do our answers say about where we feel connected?
By Gaynor Yancey
Do you take your pastor’s and Bible study teacher’s word for it? Or do you double-check what they say against the Bible? What does the Bible say about double-checking your teachers?
By John N. Davis
A Baptist Standard reader reflects on what the movie Breakthrough has to say about serving others.
By Joel Blaylock
God knows our weaknesses, frailties and limitations and loves us anyway. An uplifting and hopeful look at God’s love for us and grace to us.
By Jack Wyman
Myles Werntz and Meredith Stone, faculty of Hardin-Simmons University’s Logsdon Seminary, offer reflections on the significance and lasting influence of Rachel Held Evans.
By Meredith Stone and Myles Werntz
The church locally and globally must fight for unity for us to be salt and light to the world around us. Such unity is our public witness.
By Zac Harrel
Have you felt broken and empty, cold and lifeless? Have you been at your lowest and wondered if you would truly live again? This is one person’s story of being awakened.
By Anna Shannon
When everything seems to be going the wrong way, when defeat seems inevitable, there is always hope in Jesus.
By Aaron Cobbs
Dr. Pablo Juárez challenges Christians to look beyond Easter and the resurrection of Jesus to a life of ongoing discipleship empowered by the risen Lord.
By Pablo Juárez
Is stealing bread a crime when you’re hungry? Is stealing medicine a crime when you’re sick? College students study these questions. But what about having so many needy people in a prosperous country? Is that a crime?
By Myles Werntz
Jaci Garrett considers the beloved hymn “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” and the wonder of being tied to Jesus.
By Jaci Garrett