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Down Home: Over-reliance on microchips; or digital dementia

Down Home: Over-reliance on microchips; or digital dementia

Sometimes, I think I suffer from digital dementia. Or maybe it’s microchip amnesia.

Editorial: Give ‘Caesar’ his due—vote

Editorial: Give ‘Caesar’ his due—vote

Voting is not only a civic activity, but also a faithful spiritual enterprise. Even when your vote cancels the ballot cast by the church member who sits down the pew from you Sunday after Sunday.

Student Missions Blog

UTD: Engaging students in spiritual conversations

Student Missions Blog: The Baptist Student Ministry at the University of Texas at Dallas used its fall retreat to introduce the Engage 24 concepts of sharing the gospel on campus.

UTA: A ‘Big Howdy’ to international students

UTA: A ‘Big Howdy’ to international students

Student Missions Blog: Every semester, several Christian organizations on the UTA campus band together to welcome incoming international students through a myriad of activities called the Big Howdy.

Texas Baptist Voices

Jeff Johnson: Sometimes, you’ve got to pull your hands out of your pockets

I learned early in life if small things are highlighted, then something really big must be missing.

Editorial: Houston subpoenas doubly disturbing

Editorial: Houston subpoenas doubly disturbing

Houston Mayor Annise Parker has inadvertently brought together people of faith across the spectrum. But she should get no prize.

Letters: Improve wages & hours

Letters: Improve wages & hours

Hungry children are not the problem, but the consequence of the problem.

University of Houston: How the Beatitudes changed my attitude

University of Houston: How the Beatitudes changed my attitude

Student Missions Blog: When I first read the Beatitudes, I was utterly confused. I couldn’t grasp how these traits were needed to gain the kingdom of heaven.

South Asia: God had a plan

South Asia: God had a plan

Student Missions Blog: I have reached the halfway point of my time in South Asia. Since the day we arrived in our city, God placed learning the language on the hearts of my teammate and me.

Denton: Grounded at TWU

Denton: Grounded at TWU

Student Missions Blog: This year, the Baptist Student Ministry at Texas Woman’s University opened a little cafe in our building called “Grounded.”

Jeff Johnson: Texas Baptist Missions Foundation better than an inflatable church

An inflatable church probably isn't the best investment of missions funds. Instead, talk to Bill Arnold over at the Texas Baptist Missions Foundation.

Down Home: To her, I’m a useful ‘church shawl’

Sometimes, the purpose of being a husband is to serve a utilitarian purpose. Husbands are good for something, and it’s up to wives to decide what “something” means.

Guest editorial: Confessing our practice of selective Christianity

Guest editorial: Confessing our practice of selective Christianity

I practice selective Christianity. And so do you. And so do those who pretend they don’t—acting as if they and God have all the same answers.

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