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nd Opinion: Premature predictions of evangelical concessions on LGBT

2nd Opinion: Premature predictions of evangelical concessions on LGBT

To hear some commentators talk, debates on LGBT issues are over and conservatives have lost. But such predictions are premature.

       
Down Home: Thank God for the infernal Internet

Down Home: Thank God for the infernal Internet

Technology and I have a love/hate relationship. Lately, in a dramatic shift in fortunes, the love side seems to be winning.

       
Right or Wrong? Downsizing

Right or Wrong? Downsizing

Some restaurants are downsizing their menus. Can the church learn something from them?

       
Letters: Gregory Walcott - a thoughtful, considerate actor

Letters: Gregory Walcott - a thoughtful, considerate actor

The death of a friend is not something we take lightly. The recent death of actor Gregory Walcott prompted many pleasant memories.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Kathy Hillman: ‘Hallelujah! Christ arose!’

On Palm Sunday, our church provides palm fronds for each child. After the story, we walk around the room, waving the branches, chanting, “Hosanna! Hail King Jesus!”

       

Richard Ray: Pray for Danny and Donna Rogers

The Bivocational/Small Church Association has many servant leaders who give of their time, energy and resources to this group.

       
Guest editorial: Jesus the carpenter—creator & restorer

Guest editorial: Jesus the carpenter—creator & restorer

This year, Easter finds me pondering the matter of Jesus being a carpenter.

       
Editorial: Did God the Father answer Jesus’ prayer?

Editorial: Did God the Father answer Jesus’ prayer?

On Thursday night of Holy Week, moments before his arrest and mere hours before his crucifixion, Jesus prayed for you and for me. Has God ever answered that prayer for unity?

       
HPU: Chill out with chalk talk

HPU: Chill out with chalk talk

Student Missions Blog: In the Baptist Student Ministry at Howard Payne University, we always encourage our student leaders to come up with new ideas for each one of their ministries.

       
Student Missions Blog

Thailand: No insignificant action

Student Missions Blog: These past few weeks have been difficult for me. I was really beginning to realize how insignificant my efforts could feel at times. I was discouraged.

       
Student Missions Blog

Haiti: The gospel knows no bounds

Student Missions Blog: Around 5 p.m. is my absolute favorite time of day. The air is cool, which in Haiti is a big deal. Haitian kiddos are playing football, singing songs and tossing Frisbees, and I join the action.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

In Touch: Presiding over prayer in the Texas Senate

I have had the privilege of preaching at two wonderful churches recently: Christian Family Baptist Church in San Antonio and First Baptist Church of Carrollton.

       
2nd Opinion: Seven ways Lyle Schaller transformed the North American church

2nd Opinion: Seven ways Lyle Schaller transformed the church

George Bullard, president of the Columbia Partnership, remembers the life and work of Lyle E. Schaller, acclaimed church consultant, who died March 18 at age 91.

       

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