The winds of change are blowing through Texas Baptists’ staff offices.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Gaynor Yancey remembers what the Bible taught her about God’s love for people. What has the Bible taught you about God’s love for people?
By Gaynor Yancey
Voices columnist Joshua Sharp discusses what responsibility Christians have for God’s creation.
By Joshua Sharp
David Hardage, executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, encourages Texas Baptists to invest in their colleges and universities.
Hurricane Harvey and trauma go hand-in-hand, even two years later. Erin Albin tells powerful stories of Christ’s presence during the storm and in the days, months and years after.
By Erin Albin
In our fast food culture, we expect spiritual growth to be waiting for us at the drive-up window. What is spiritual growth really like?
By Zac Harrel
Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr., pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield and president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, reflects on Juneteenth. How do you celebrate this important day?
By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
Texas Baptists have a long history of preparing ministers and missionaries for work all over the world. David Hardage, executive director of the BGCT, tells of work being done by a Texas Baptist in Santa Fe, N.M.
“Local church autonomy” is an oft-repeated phrase these days as Baptists respond to sexual abuse, sexuality and women in leadership. How does autonomy relate to Baptists working together?
When Baptists groups exclude Baptist churches, might there be another way? A church member suggests one.
By Adam Jones
In a country where most people say they pray, why do you pray? What do you hope to get from praying?
By Benjamin Karner
For those who care for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, there are many hard questions, like: “Just how much will they forget, and when?” At least one thing won’t be forgotten.
By Scott Jones