How can we create a more civil world? Rich Traylor writes on how Hardin-Simmons University is teaching students about civil discourse.
By Rich Traylor
Are we embracing the gospel we think we are embracing? Are we offering the gospel of Jesus Christ or some human version? Sam Still prods our thinking.
By Sam Still
David Hardage, executive director of Texas Baptists, celebrates the longevity of Baptist churches in Texas and invites churches to share their history.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Brenda Rincones remembers a woman who played a significant role in her community and church, inspiring her to be a role model for others.
By Brenda Rincones
How did Jesus interact with sinners, and how do his interactions inform Christian behavior in a “welcoming” and “inclusive” culture?
By Joshua Sharp
“What worries me most about my own heart and my use of social media is the way it stokes fear, anger and outrage every time I log on.” Zac Harrel encourages readers to examine how we use social media and what it is doing to our hearts.
By Zac Harrel
Texas Baptists are in the disciple-making business, and disciple-making begins with telling someone about Jesus.
In response to recent headlines about prominent Christians leaving Christianity, Joshua Sharp shares his own hopeful story.
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