Our positions of power and privilege are to be used to transform society. There must be a willingness to risk it all for what is hard yet right.
By Dante Wright
The people I talked to this week didn’t understand why my wife and I paid more for our groceries. In American society, saving money is a high cultural value. In the kingdom of God, respect for persons and compassion are higher values.
By Jake Raabe
Recently, while sitting on a porch with a calming stream babbling by in the mountains of Colorado, I was suddenly filled with anxiety and fear. My heart was in a battle of faith.
By Zac Harrel
Is it really such a tragedy to use your God-given gifts in service to small communities?
By Chris McLain
If Christians consider Jesus to be an example for every area of life, friendship must be included.
By Steve Bezner
We can never graduate from the grace of God.
By Jason Dunton
Every moment of our lives—even when we struggle and “wrestle” with God—we can look to the Cross and to the Resurrection and know God’s presence, love and blessing.
In Texas, God’s common good is in crisis, notes Charles Foster Johnson, executive director of Pastors for Texas Children. God’s people need to stand up, speak out and support quality, fully funded public education for all God’s children.
By Charles Foster Johnson
Can the church in this hyper-partisan culture be a community of true diversity—not of socially mandated opinions, not of watered-down beliefs without substance, but an honest-to-God, one-of-a-kind community of unified diversity?
As churches review candidates for pastor and other staff positions, a leader among Baptist women in ministry encourages search committees to consider women and men the same—and differently.
By Meredith Stone
Are we really moving toward a time when the future of business and daily life consists of the fusion between people and machines?
By James Hassell
For most of the seven revitalized churches that were studied, the shift from focusing on a traditional worship style to a contemporary worship style was an important part of their revitalization.
By Ross Shelton