Craig Nash argues that racism in America isn’t just “Good People vs. Bad People” but a tougher issue that Christians should combat by first saying, “We believe you,” to those who allege racism.
By Craig Nash
What comes from “Looking Out for Number One”?
By Rich Mussler
Four years after his mother’s passing, pastor Zac Harrel echoes the lament of Mark 9:24: “I believe; help my unbelief!”
By Zac Harrel
We need to repent so that our culture no longer tolerates sexual assault and harassment, questions if it is real, or just explains it away.
By Meredith Stone
Men, it would be beautiful for us to begin by saying, “I was wrong, and I am sorry.” And then say, “Help me to make this better.”
By Isa Torres / Hispanic Beat Reporter
Pastor Garrett Vickrey reflects on the moral authority of today’s church and whether our words still reflect the word of God.
By Garrett Vickrey
Following the tragedy of the Las Vegas mass shooting, Jake Raabe asks gun-owning Christians questions about trust and protection.
By Jake Raabe
In light of NFL protests during the national anthem, pastor Eric Black analyzes why he stands when the anthem is played.
By Eric Black
If “true community is not found behind a screen,” what is the church doing to discourage smart phone addiction and encourage in-person community-building?
Are the NFL protests revealing that nationalism and racism have infiltrated the church?
By Jeremiah Bailey
It’s long past time for women in Baptist churches to serve as pastoral leaders and not just “women in ministry.”
If we take history seriously, perhaps we should remember the books of Kings. God doesn’t like high places, and no one who allows them to stand is righteous.