A healthcare worker from a family of healthcare workers speaks to the children whose parents are caring for COVID-19 patients.
By Kira Sienes Corona
Josue Valerio, director of Texas Baptists’ Missions Team, points to what God is doing through Texas Baptist churches during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Josue Valerio Texas Baptists
As churches think about reopening, they should think through a set of questions. Daniel Camp, pastor of South Garland Baptist Church, suggests some.
By Daniel Camp
Though we prefer not to struggle, Trent Richardson points out ways in which struggling is an important experience for all of us.
By Trent Richardson
What does the Bible say about everyone being saved? How are we to understand passages that seem to say everyone will? Joshua Sharp takes on these questions.
By Joshua Sharp
Smith Getterman, Baylor University’s director of sustainability, calls Christians to honor God the Creator during the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
By Smith Getterman
Ash Wright, a 2005 graduate of Hardin-Simmons University and political strategist, explains four reasons he supports HSU’s The Way Forward plan.
By Ash Wright
What can the church do in response to the disparities facing African American communities during the coronavirus pandemic?
By Rev. Dr. Michael Evans Sr.
Kathryn Fouse, dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, shares her thoughts on the responsibility of developing gifts and talents.
By Kathryn Fouse
What is the abundant life Jesus promised? Will we live it later, or is it for us to live now? These seem like ironic questions at a time when life seems on hold.
Julianna Marraccino, a theology and social work student at Baylor’s Truett Seminary, looks at how congregations and social workers make each other stronger.
By Julianna Marraccino
Does God hurt like we hurt? At a time when there’s plenty of hurt to go around, some wonder if God shares our pain. Joshua Sharp considers the question.