How do the ministry of the church and social work go hand in hand? Julianna Marraccino describes four areas for churches and social workers to join forces.
By Julianna Marraccino
Are you anxious about your church re-opening? Your pastor may be stressed about it. Ryan Jespersen offers ways to reduce stress for you and your pastor.
By Ryan Jespersen
Rafael Murillo explains how churches are like prickly pear cactus … in a good way. Rafael Murillo explica cómo las iglesias son como cactus … y es bueno.
By Rafael Murillo
In response to the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, Trent Richardson poses direct questions to Baptist Standard readers about the worth of a black man.
By Trent Richardson
Albert Reyes, CEO of Buckner International, calls Christians to continue to be community for the most vulnerable, keeping our eyes and ears open for their needs.
By Albert Reyes / Buckner International
What do bike riding, a gym workout, pain and 1 Corinthians have to do with each other? Dr. Lisa Rainey explains some lessons she is learning.
By Lisa M. Rainey, Ph.D.
In a follow-up to his previous article on universalism, the idea that all are saved, Joshua Sharp addresses the question, “How do I know I truly am saved?”
By Joshua Sharp
A healthcare worker from a family of healthcare workers speaks to the children whose parents are caring for COVID-19 patients.
By Kira Sienes Corona
Josue Valerio, director of Texas Baptists’ Missions Team, points to what God is doing through Texas Baptist churches during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Josue Valerio Texas Baptists
As churches think about reopening, they should think through a set of questions. Daniel Camp, pastor of South Garland Baptist Church, suggests some.
By Daniel Camp
Though we prefer not to struggle, Trent Richardson points out ways in which struggling is an important experience for all of us.
What does the Bible say about everyone being saved? How are we to understand passages that seem to say everyone will? Joshua Sharp takes on these questions.