Editor Eric Black announces a special series in the Voices column dedicated to an extended conversation about justice from numerous perspectives.
07/29/2020 - By Eric Black / Editor
Nathan Feinberg leans on the story of Jesus calming the storm, reminding readers the troubles in this world are small compared to Jesus’ power.
07/27/2020 - By Nathan Feinberg
For those seeking real and lasting change in race relations, perseverance is required. Tillanye Stewart outlines what such perseverance looks like.
07/22/2020 - By Tillanye Stewart
Rather than combatting abortion by electing conservative presidents who can appoint conservative judges, Jared Brandt calls for a different approach.
07/22/2020 - By Jared Brandt
Pastor Joseph Parker, the senior pastor of David Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in Austin, reflects on the legacy of Rev. C.T. Vivian and Rep. John Lewis.
07/21/2020 - By Rev. Joseph C. Parker Jr.
Forgiveness is no less challenging because Jesus commands it. Trent Richardson explains particular challenges with forgiveness and points to good news for all.
07/14/2020 - By Trent Richardson
Veronica Timbers shares an experience of awe during a hike in the mountains of North Carolina and points to the source of our greatest longings.
07/13/2020 - By Veronica Timbers
Nathan Feinberg challenges his peers in pastoral ministry to be mindful of what authority they do or do not have to speak as medical or government experts.
07/07/2020 - By Nathan Feinberg
Mark Faries considers how churches can become proactive, like some did in response to tobacco, in promoting healthy living in response to COVID-19.
07/07/2020 - By Mark Faries
Mariah Humphries, a Mvskoke Native American and a Baptist Standard director, responds to two examples used in an op-ed about the image of God.
07/02/2020 - By Mariah Humphries
The image of God, imago Dei, provides a robust foundation for discussions about race. Jim Lemons, theology professor at Dallas Baptist University, examines the doctrine.
06/30/2020 - By Jim Lemons
Jared Brandt urges North Texas churches to move services online this Sunday, June 28, as data suggests North Texas is at a pivotal moment in the Coronavirus pandemic.
06/26/2020 - By Jared Brandt