Joshua Sharp continues his examination of what the Bible says about women in ministry, calling his readers to examen fully Paul’s words about the subject.
By Joshua Sharp
Todd Still, dean of Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary, responds to John MacArthur telling Beth Moore to “go home,” and discuses what the Bible says about women preaching and leading in ministry.
By Todd Still / Truett Theological Seminary
Atatiana matters, who she was matters, what happened to her matters, how we feel about this and why matters, and inasmuch as the church is the earthly representative of Atatiana’s Creator, what the church does matters.
By Dr. Michael Bell
John Whitten remembers his friend and mentor, Eddy Curry, who died unexpectedly in August 2019, sharing grief tinged with hope and gratitude.
By John Whitten
Baptist churches in Texas are struck with the particular kind of challenge of having had good days and now living in leaner ones. We have a choice to make: to be afraid or to be faithful.
By Myles Werntz
Last time I was home, riding the backroads of Northeast Texas to the cemetery where Mom is buried, passing through the shadows of the overhanging trees and into the light of the late morning, around every curve God reminded me this is the journey of life in a broken world.
By Zac Harrel
What reputation should you or I want today for the future? What sort of influence should we have, and will we be identified with it? Jerry Summers of East Texas Baptist University considers how we pursue authentic Christian faith.
By Jerry L. Summers / East Texas Baptist University
Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr., president of the Baptist General Convention of Texas and pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church in Mansfield, responds to Amber Guyger’s sentencing and Brandt Jean’s victim impact statement.
By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
Churches often fall into the temptation to make entertainment the main attraction of their youth ministries. Jonathan Balmer calls churches back to making Jesus Christ the main attraction.
By Jonathan Balmer
In the most polarized time in American history, Matthew McNiece challenges Christians to remember the primacy of love.
By Matthew McNiece
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