A Millenial representative, by teaching high schoolers, has learned about what is important to younger generations. Churches desiring to connect with Millenials and younger might be pleasantly surprised.
By Grace Mitchell
John 10 captures one of Jesus’ most encouraging self-descriptions: “I am the Good Shepherd.” Anna Shannon shares how this passage has given her strength in hard times.
By Anna Shannon
“Lord, teach us to take our hearts and look them in the face, however difficult it may be.” This prayer gripped a Dorothy L. Sayers character. Gaynor Yancey offers it for our own soul-searching.
By Gaynor Yancey
Benjamin Karner, the pastor of First Baptist Church in Laredo, Texas, outlines principles of work taken from Paul’s instruction to the Christians in Thessalonica.
By Benjamin Karner
Bob Roberts, the pastor of Northwood Church in Keller, Texas, shares some things he’s learned about bridge building and peacemaking.
By Bob Roberts
John Whitten explores the difference between fate and faith in thinking through the question of whether or not God is responsible for the death of a child.
By John Whitten
Myles Werntz, assistant professor of Christian ethics at Logsdon Seminary, considers what God’s constant presence among those who reject God means for the Christian church in America as it continues to decline.
By Myles Werntz
Don’t theology and doctrine get in the way of ministry and relationships? Joshua Sharp argues for the necessity and interdependence of theology and relationships.
By Joshua Sharp
Dr. Lisa Rainey encourages educators to practice, practice, practice three things during this season of Lent.
By Lisa M. Rainey, Ph.D.
Taylor Sandlin, the senior pastor of Sugar Land Baptist Church in Sugar Land, Texas, responds to an Episcopal-Baptist view of the Lord’s Supper.
By Taylor Sandlin
Ross Shelton explains how the historic Baptist principle of soul freedom can address sexual abuse in the church.
By Ross Shelton
A Baptist pastor from an Episcopal background reflects on the Lord’s Supper as a reminder that God’s covenant is still alive and active.
By Jaci Garrett