Charles Foster Johnson, executive director of Pastors for Texas Children, reflects on the import of D.L. Lowrie, a longtime Texas pastor and mentor to countless pastors.
By Charles Foster Johnson / Pastors for Texas Children
Benjamin Karner explores the significance of faith for the Christian life, with the challenge to act out faith rather than being an unbeliever in practice.
By Benjamin Karner
Following up on his popular first list of four overlooked books of the Bible to study, Joshua Sharp suggests four more.
By Joshua Sharp
Is there a better and biblical way to disagree over doctrine? Joshua Sharp offers a framework and an example from the Apostle Paul.
Psalm 88 is a song of hope in the depths of depression. The writer gives voice to the pain and points the way to hope for overcoming it.
By John Hereford
John Hereford, pastoral ministry associate at The Woodlands First Baptist Church, describes mental illness from a first-person viewpoint.
Some of the Bible’s most interesting books are frequently overlooked. Joshua Sharp suggests four of them for reading.
Texas Baptists are one of the best at planting churches. Now, they are going to bring some of that expertise to re-planting churches.
By David Hardage / Texas Baptists
Ryan Chandler, the pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Orange, Texas, considers Judges 19, one of the Bible’s most troubling passages.
By Ryan Chandler
Joshua Sharp continues his examination of what the Bible says about women in ministry, calling his readers to examen fully Paul’s words about the subject.
Todd Still, dean of Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary, responds to John MacArthur telling Beth Moore to “go home,” and discuses what the Bible says about women preaching and leading in ministry.
By Todd Still
Atatiana matters, who she was matters, what happened to her matters, how we feel about this and why matters, and inasmuch as the church is the earthly representative of Atatiana’s Creator, what the church does matters.
By Dr. Michael Bell