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EDITORIAL: Conflicted by commercialization?

I’ve been thinking about how often we feel conflicted about giving gifts at Christmas.

Wrestling with hard questions

Recently we celebrated Dasara with some of our culturally Nepali Bhutanese friends. They were excited for us to take part, and it seemed that as we partake, we are being accepted into deeper levels of friendship and trust.

Hearing the voices of the silent

As a Christian, I always had understood that I have been freed from the bondage of sin and darkness. But I never had seen people physically in bondage and enslaved until my internship in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Finding peace of mind

My friend, Dill Rai, accepted Jesus Christ as his Savior 18 years ago, at age 6, before he moved from Bhutan to the United States. This is his testimony.

Texas Baptist Forum

If the Founding Fathers had intended for this wall  of separation of church and state to be, they would have said so.

Quotes in the News

“All the recent attention to bullying helped us realize we need to equip kids to live out biblical tolerance and grace while treating their neighbors as they’d like to be treated, whether they agree with them or not.” --Alan Chambers

2nd Opinion: Rangers teach lessons to church

The Texas Rangers won the American League pennant and played in the World Series for the first time in franchise history. The temptation is too strong to pass on the opportunity to share some things the Rangers could teach the church.

IN FOCUS: What an event, down in the Valley

Those who showed up in McAllen and experienced the Valley hospitality, the dynamic worship, the moving ministry experiences and the warm fellowship will thank God for this memorable time.

RIGHT or WRONG? Civil rights and immigration

What lessons from the Civil Rights Movement can and should be applied to the recent Arizona immigration law, as well as any larger American debate over immigration?

DOWN HOME: No, Topanga, leave that gecko alone

Life would be better if we would just do what our Master tells us to do.

EDITORIAL: Sane future: Go back to the basics

We must go back to the basics and focus our convention on tasks that require broad cooperation andaddress our state’s pressing needs—spiritual lostness and human misery.

Texas Baptist Forum

Any step taken by any Baptist entity that runs the risk of increasing distance from the BGCT, and thus from Texas Baptists, is a step that should never be taken.

Quotes in the News

“Audiences are often smarter than they’re given credit for. And I think they’re often drawn to films that raise genuine questions about our lives that demand a real ponder.” --Edward Norton
 
 
 
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