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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.

       
Right or Wrong? Resisting the values of Babylon

Right or Wrong? Resisting the values of Babylon

In his new book, Out of Babylon, Old Testament scholar Walter Brueggemann suggests how the 21st century church can be both relevant and resistant to the “empire philosophies” that shape global society. What’s your take on his ideas?

       
In Touch: At the missions fair in Hawkins

In Touch: At the missions fair in Hawkins

Holly Brook Baptist Church in Hawkins recently hosted a wonderful missions fair. I was grateful for the opportunity to be part of the event.

       
2nd Opinion: Follow the leader

2nd Opinion: Follow the leader

The one who commands, “Come; follow me,” knows exactly what he is asking of those he commands. He is asking everything.

       
Letters: Ebola and the gospel

Letters: Ebola and the gospel

Ebola has been and is high profile news. What a blessed opportunity to preach the gospel, which Jesus himself commanded us to do: “Repent and believe in the gospel.”

       
Editorial: In Christ, we can overcome fear

Editorial: In Christ, we can overcome fear

Fear misappropriates logic and steals perspective. It robs people of the ability to think clearly. It replaces reason with panicky, overwrought delusion.

       

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