For people looking for the perfect church, “perfect” is more about what you give than what you get.
By Bobbye Marrs
Joshua Sharp considers one of Christianity’s most important religious observances, variously known as the Lord’s Supper, Communion or the Eucharist.
By Joshua Sharp
How much faith is enough faith? Rich Mussler offers encouragement from a story about the mustard seed.
By Rich Mussler
Julianna Marraccino reflects on MLK Day and Black History Month, and Dr. King’s challenge for continuing the fight for racial justice.
By Julianna Marraccino
Francisco Ramos, an engineer, pastor and Logsdon Seminary student, considers the announced closing of Logsdon from his expertise in financial analysis.
By Francisco Ramos
Ben James doesn’t know what happened or why, but he learned at Logsdon Seminary to reflect and ask, “What if I am the one who is wrong?”
By Ben James
Joshua Sharp contends the Bible “is not a ‘flat’ document” but is rich and complex, calling for a robust interpretive posture.
Social media seems to be aggravating our divisions. Zac Harrel offers three practices for engaging social media more constructively.
By Zac Harrel
Darin Davis, director of Baylor University’s Institute for Faith and Learning, shares his awe at seeing hope shared among ministers from different Christian traditions.
By Darin Davis
Phil Christopher, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Abilene, Texas, responds to the announced closure of Logsdon Seminary at Hardin-Simmons University.
By Phil Christopher
In response to its announced closure, Javier Vargas, a Logsdon Seminary student, reflects on his introduction to the seminary and his gratitude and love for it.
By Javier Vargas
John Whitten, pastor of The Gathering at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church in Abilene, expresses his sorrow, gratitude and hope for Logsdon Seminary.
By John Whitten