Pastor Garrett Vickrey reflects on the moral authority of today’s church and whether our words still reflect the word of God.
By Garrett Vickrey
Following the tragedy of the Las Vegas mass shooting, Jake Raabe asks gun-owning Christians questions about trust and protection.
By Jake Raabe
In light of NFL protests during the national anthem, pastor Eric Black analyzes why he stands when the anthem is played.
By Eric Black
If “true community is not found behind a screen,” what is the church doing to discourage smart phone addiction and encourage in-person community-building?
By Zac Harrel
Are the NFL protests revealing that nationalism and racism have infiltrated the church?
By Jeremiah Bailey
It’s long past time for women in Baptist churches to serve as pastoral leaders and not just “women in ministry.”
By Craig Nash
If we take history seriously, perhaps we should remember the books of Kings. God doesn’t like high places, and no one who allows them to stand is righteous.
Even when God seems distant, he is near, and we can know this because of his church, the gospel, and the power of prayer.
Sid Roberts questions, “When did the art of pleasant conversation and open dialogue end?”
By Sid Roberts
When disasters strike, so do “second disasters,” when well-meaning givers offer donations that create more problems than they solve. How can people best help disaster-affected areas?
Citing Wendell Berry, rural pastor Chris McLain argues that small churches shouldn’t be relegated to a “resume builder” for new pastors.
By Chris McLain
Hurricane Harvey’s long-term effects ought to be healed through churches’ long-term partnering.
By Myles Werntz