Trent Richardson calls Christians to examine the inconsistency between what they profess and what their actions say about their faith.
01/26/2021 - By Trent Richardson
Kirk Stowers, a law enforcement officer since 2002, describes how justice can look like a healthy relationship if people will extend grace.
01/25/2021 - By Kirk Stowers
Joshua Sharp outlines four lessons about the nature of repentance gleaned from Nehemiah 9-10 that are applicable to today.
01/20/2021 - By Joshua Sharp
Jon Singletary, dean of Baylor University’s Garland School of Social Work, contends justice requires actively working against racism everywhere.
01/19/2021 - By Jon Singletary
Rev. Joseph Fields issues a warning to white evangelicals about the danger of joining efforts to gain worldly power.
01/14/2021 - By Rev. Joseph Fields
Ricardo Brambila explains how the justice he sought as a child in Mexico is found in “the moral standard of the word of God.”
01/12/2021 - By Ricardo Brambila
Daniel Camp denounces Christian nationalism as taking the Lord’s name in vain and calls Baptists back to separation of church and state.
01/11/2021 - By Daniel Camp
Jack Goodyear points to the intertwining of church and state as a contributing factor in the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.
01/07/2021 - By Jack Goodyear
Joshua Sharp weighs biblical references to capital punishment, Christian arguments and the difference between the Roman empire and American democracy.
01/06/2021 - By Joshua Sharp
Suzii Paynter March describes how justice involves being able to see below the surface of a person’s life and circumstances.
01/05/2021 - By Suzii Paynter March
Trent Richardson shares how a person can get lost on their journey of faith and then find the way home again.
12/21/2020 - By Trent Richardson
Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr. contends being able to love one’s neighbor includes understanding that neighbor’s journey.
12/21/2020 - By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.