Trent Richardson shares how a person can get lost on their journey of faith and then find the way home again.
12/21/2020 - By Trent Richardson
Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr. contends being able to love one’s neighbor includes understanding that neighbor’s journey.
12/21/2020 - By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
Jacob Randolph asserts SBC condemnation of social science, like critical race theory, requires pastors to be experts in everything.
12/18/2020 - By Jacob Randolph
Zac Harrel calls for the pastoral response of national mourning to recognize and honor the enormity of the pandemic.
12/18/2020 - By Zac Harrel
Scott Jones, pastor of First Baptist Church in Rockport, describes the posture he will take after Joe Biden’s presidential victory.
12/16/2020 - By Scott Jones
Advent and the Gospel of Mark often are missing from many Baptist churches during December. Joshua Sharp points to their significance.
12/16/2020 - By Joshua Sharp
Kimlyn Bender explains how God’s justification of sinners is the impetus for Christians seeking justice in the world.
12/14/2020 - By Kimlyn Bender
On Dec. 7, a tweet about “deadliest days” went viral. John Litzler calls for a Christian response to the tweet and the COVID-19 pandemic.
12/11/2020 - By John Litzler
“The promises of God, unlike those of even the most motivated candidate, never will come up short. Why would we place our trust in anyone else?”
12/09/2020 - By Conner Faught
Nebiye Kelile, an Ethiopian-American pastor, describes how Christ’s birth is celebrated in Ethiopia, home to one of the oldest Christian communities.
12/08/2020 - By Nebiye Kelile
Rev. Jorge Zayasbazan points out how our tendency to exclude those unlike us leads to injustice and calls us to love our neighbors.
12/08/2020 - By Rev. Jorge Zayasbazan
Myles Werntz considers critical race theory in light of other secular influences on biblical interpretation and Christianity throughout history.
12/04/2020 - By Myles Werntz