Christians must ask ourselves what it means to be a Christian in the world, when we are, in fact, sitting in the seat of mockers most of our lives.
By Myles Werntz
As the Texas Legislature convenes, the status of mental health care in the state is under threat. Your voice is needed to ensure the mental health care of Texans is not impeded further.
By John Whitten
If, like the disciples, we asked Jesus to teach us to pray, his first response to us in 2017 may be, “First, turn off your phone.”
By Zac Harrel
Let us find peace in Christ so we may bear what the world so desperately needs, remembering the same Lord who is shalom for the world also is our shalom, our peace.
By Eric Black
Because of the violence and injustice in the world and in our nation, columnist Craig Nash says, this Christmas is different than typical yuletides.
By Craig Nash
The Southern Baptist Convention’s response to Russell Moore’s refusal to get on the Donald Trump bandwagon will provide a significant test for how the SBC navigates the future.
By Jake Raabe
The story of the birth of Jesus is the story of God showing his glory in a time when many were wondering where he was.
If we are speaking truth in love, we must have demonstrated that love already. We must earn the right to speak to someone about sin. We build credibility through relationship.
By Ellen Di Giosia
As we walk through Advent, let us be people who wait for the coming of God, praying we will be people—sobered and chastened—who follow that God to the ends of the earth.
If Christians ever needed to celebrate Advent—when we remember and anticipate God “coming towards” us—it’s this year.
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.
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