If Christians ever needed to celebrate Advent—when we remember and anticipate God “coming towards” us—it’s this year.
By Jake Raabe
God wants to use you right where you are to show his glory and grace to your family and to your community. … Be faithful in what God has given you and where God has placed you.
By Zac Harrel
As we wade into the often-treacherous, stressful, anxiety-producing waters of this holiday season, may our love toward one another answer any question of who we are and whose we are.
By Jason Dunton
It’s time to put others before ourselves. … We who call ourselves followers of Jesus must do like Jesus and serve one another.
By Eric Black
Veteran pastor Kyle Childress offers 10 commandments for living a faithful Christian life across the span of your life.
By Kyle Childress
God’s kingdom is now—and will certainly be in its fullness—comprised of a rich diversity of believers and traditions. If our Christian faith fails to embody this, then whose cause are we advancing?
By Trevor Brown
“A Declaration in Support of Multi-Ethnic Churches and Racial Healing” calls upon churches to transcend barriers that so easily divide Christians.
By Steve Bezner
In this fractious time, healing begins at the communion table and in communion around tables in the fellowship hall.
By Ellen Di Giosia
I am here to proclaim without doubt the primary sexual sin of our time is assault. Assault is absolutely contrary to all our Christian values.
By Kyndall Rae Rothaus
The Baptist General Convention of Texas’ debate over convention membership based upon churches’ response to LGBT relationships revealed generational and gender divides that may spell the end of the state convention.
If Texas Baptists continue to be a confessional people, we must consider the ramifications of the lines we draw for partnership, affiliation and fellowship. Now is an important time to consider what it means to be a Baptist.
By Meredith Stone
When creedalism demands conformity, who says where the lines are drawn? Will conventions define faith for local churches? Or will congregations of faithful Christians cooperate together, trusting that Christ is the Lord of life and death?
By Garrett Vickrey