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Letters: Inconsistency in editorial

Letters: Inconsistency in editorial

Updated: I want to point out an inconsistency I find in your thinking in this week’s editorial, while stating my personal case for being pro-life and supporting capital punishment laws.

       
Student Missions Blog

Rio Grande Valley: Telling henna stories

Student Missions Blog: Women from our Baptist Student Ministry go out on the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley campus each week for an outreach we call “henna stories.” 

       
Down Home: Names, faces, a huge ‘family’ & embarrassment

Down Home: Names, faces, a huge ‘family’ & embarrassment

I’m so grateful God Almighty knows each of our names, even if I forget a few sometimes.

       
Right or Wrong? Ecclesiastes, vanity and paradox

Right or Wrong? Ecclesiastes, vanity and paradox

Someone mentioned we should interpret Ecclesiastes through paradox, which I’ve heard regarding Jesus’ teaching. How do I use paradox to interpret Scripture?

       

Richard Ray: Receive, share and follow God’s vision for your church

Pastors often are put into a position to explain the vision God has given us. Just because we share the vision does not mean people will follow, at least not without an explanation.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Kathy Hillman: Texas Baptists’ human care—a legacy of ministry

Our Texas Baptist hospitals care for body and soul, just as Jesus did.

       
Student Missions Blog

North Africa: Change in the weather

Student Missions Blog: We had been meeting with a family of Sudanese refugees for a few weeks. The husband had been in contact with several Christ-followers, but we were unsure whether he had become a Christian.

       
Editorial: We must do something about gun violence in America

Editorial: We must do something about gun violence in America

How can people claim to be pro-life and still refuse to do something—anything—to turn the tide of gun violence in America?

       
Letters: Another lesson from Cosby

Letters: Another lesson from Cosby

Another thing we learned from The Cosby Show was, “Blacks are people, too.”

       
2nd Opinion: Church ministry is like growing potatoes on Mars

2nd Opinion: Church ministry is like growing potatoes on Mars

During a conversation about the changes and challenges of church work, Bill Wilson, director of the Center for Healthy Churches, made a comment that summarized thoughts simmering in my mind. He said, “Ministry in the 21st century is like growing potatoes on Mars.”

       
Guest editorial: ‘Anything less than God’s vision is inadequate’

Guest editorial: ‘Anything less than God’s vision is inadequate’

Seeing Jesus is a powerful image in the New Testament. But for up to 80 percent of all congregations, God’s vision eludes them.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Richard Ray: For your children’s sake, strive to meet God’s expectations

As a father of five children, I know a lot about expectations. From the moment they were born, I had high expectations for them.

       
Several colleges—including Baylor, Southwestern, Illinois and Missouri—claim to have hosted the first homecoming celebration. Of course, Texas Baptists favor the Baylor declaration.

Kathy Hillman: Homecoming and coming home

Several colleges—including Baylor, Southwestern, Illinois and Missouri—claim to have hosted the first homecoming celebration. Of course, Texas Baptists favor the Baylor declaration.

       
 
 
 
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