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South Asia: Talking animals and shining light

South Asia: Talking animals and shining light

We flew in to this beautiful city and immediately were overwhelmed with the aroma of God’s Spirit—among many other new aromas.

Western Christians urged to pray and advocate for persecuted church in Iraq and Syria

Christians urged to pray, advocate for persecuted church in Iraq and Syria

The Western church should empathize with persecuted fellow believers in the Eastern branch of the Christian family tree, religious leaders with ties to Iraq and Syria told a Baylor University audience.

Editorial: You can do something about declining Christian influence

Editorial: What we can do about declining Christian influence

More and more U.S. Christians—particularly evangelicals—think they’re losing influence and feel embattled. We can win back that influence, one loved soul at a time.

Student Missions Blog

UTA: Painting nails with the nations

Student Missons Blog: As the doorbell rang, I answered it not knowing what to expect. This was one of my first events to host as a brand-new campus missionary intern at the University of Texas at Arlington.

Student Missions Blog

Tarleton: No outsiders in this group

Student Missions Blog: At our weekend at the Heart of Texas Baptist Encampment, we helped the band set up while supper started, so I arrived a little late to the dining hall. This is where my predicament started.

Texas Baptist Voices

Jeff Johnson: Truth, warts and all

Teaching Sunday school to fifth-grade boys made me understand why James declares, “Not many of you should become teachers” (3:1).

Richard Ray: Supplying the Bread of Life to children in need

Richard Ray: Supplying the Bread of Life to children in need

I recently was able to travel to Harlingen to deliver the first contribution check from the Bivocational/Small Church Association to the Valley Baptist Missions Education Center in support of their Bible for Boys ministry.

Editorial: Listen up—a vital step toward peace, reconciliation & evangelism

Editorial: Listening vital for peace, reconciliation & evangelism

What might happen if Christians—instead of trying to win doctrinal sparring contests—employed listening as a tool to strengthen our society and expand God’s kingdom?

Student Missions Blog

HPU: Finding Plan B

Student Missions Blog: The notion terrified me—a Baptist Student Ministry campout.

Letters: LifeWay’s ‘business’ decision hurts fellow Christians

Letters: LifeWay’s ‘business’ decision hurts fellow Christians

Thank you for publishing opinions of several people regarding the ongoing plight of the homeowners at Glorieta.

Student Missions Blog

Dallas: Never give up

Student Missions Blog: One of the hardest things for us is avoid comparing ourselves to others. It can be hard not to compare our ministry to other collegiate ministries.

2nd Opinion: Are Millennials different than Baby Boomers 40 years ago?

2nd Opinion: Are Millennials different than Boomers 40 years ago?

Back in the 1970s, a lot of congregational prognosticators warned the church, in general, was in the process of losing a whole demographic generation known as baby boomers. Are the Millennials any different?

Right or Wrong? Coercive clergy

Right or Wrong? Coercive clergy

Some clergy manipulate and intimidate church members, even while they claim they’re only exercising religious liberty. What should members do about it?

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