Despite being the last thing an epidemiologist might do, according to the New York Times, research indicates the overwhelming benefits of church involvement.
By Joshua Hays & Byron R. Johnson
Re-opening schools during the coronavirus pandemic is a difficult conversation, but educational inequities provide strong reason to figure out how.
By Jack Goodyear
Rev. Dr. Ryan Sutton calls for more than remembrance and celebration on Juneteenth. He calls the church to embody its prophetic role.
By Rev. Dr. Ryan Sutton
On his way to a conversation on race, Pastor Steve Graves found himself stuck in construction traffic, an experience that became a word picture.
By Steve Graves
Matt Snowden, the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Waco, brings humor to the call to wear face masks when attending worship in person.
By Matt Snowden
While we watch the calendar and the clock, are we making the best use of the time? Jim Lemons explores this question and how it matters for how we live.
By Jim Lemons
Patience seems hard to come by, especially in times of crisis. Ryan Chandler examines the depth of patience and why it is critical for us now.
By Ryan Chandler
As debates swirl around the country over defunding or disbanding police departments, an analogy might help in understanding some calls for defunding.
By Jared Brandt
Systemic racism is a prime example of the spiritual battle Paul refers to in Ephesians. Joshua Sharp explains and offers responses to systemic racism.
By Joshua Sharp
David Miranda, director of Texas Baptists’ Missionary Adoption Program, encourages congregations to partner with other congregations around the world.
By David Miranda
At a time of intense emotion, division is easy. Zac Harrel calls for the church to be united by focusing on the lordship and humble life of Jesus Christ.
By Zac Harrel
Special needs individuals display God’s handiwork. They and their families want and can be included in the life of the church and will enrich it.
By Kris Ward