True holiness is marked by humility with our words, care for the widow and orphan, and purity in seeking the glory of God and not the glory of the world.
By Zac Harrel
What are we to make of those who claim (to follow) Jesus but whose deeds leave the blind, the lame, the sick, the deaf and the poor all worse off than they were before?
By Jeremiah Bailey
A visit with Cuban immigrants on the Texas-New Mexico border reveals the importance of trust in human relationships.
By Garrett Vickrey
A roundtable discussion at a Baptist meeting in Waco raised all kinds of issues about transcending cultural barriers in order to understand fellow Christians.
By Jack Bodenhamer
Why do more people call the Bible a “good source of morals” than a “historical account”? Morals are easy.
By Jake Raabe
As Christians, our commission is to be witnesses for the good of the place we live and the glory of God. Because we love God, we seek love, justice, grace and righteousness.
What are simple steps your church can take to become multi-ethnic? Steve Bezner, senior pastor of Houston Northwest Church, offers four.
By Steve Bezner
No area of our lives should be exempt from Christ’s lordship. Even the things we really, really like.
After Easter, Jesus finds us where we are hiding, calms our fears and exhorts us to step into the wide, waiting world that needs to receive his hope.
By Trevor Brown
What would happen if we applied a bit of tamed skepticism to technological progress?
By James Hassell
A way we as the church show the love of God to one another and to our community is by living with gospel-fueled hospitality.
Suggesting men and women cannot share a professional meal borders on communicating men and women cannot be held responsible for their choices and actions when they are put in the same room together.
By Meredith Stone