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Right or Wrong? Civil discourse on race

Right or Wrong? Civil discourse on race

How do we engage in a civil discourse on race without being perceived as a race baiter?

2nd Opinion: Is your church fragile or agile?

2nd Opinion: Is your church fragile or agile?

A church’s future-visioning process should focus on speed and nimbleness over rigid and inflexible models; on the “why” of a congregation and its broad direction, and then upon the specific “hows and whats.”

Down Home: Woman? Nope. Of distinction? Doubt it.

Down Home: Woman? Nope. Of distinction? Doubt it.

Look out, prominent and distinguished women. Here I come. According to an email that sailed through the ether and landed in my in box, this could be a very good year.

Texas Baptist Voices

Bedilu Yirga: Different languages, same declaration

It was the day of Pentecost. God-fearing Jews and others converted to Judaism from afar came to stay in Jerusalem for the holiday. The disciples were together in one place for prayers, waiting for the fulfilment of the promise of the coming of the Holy Spirit on them.

Student Missions Blog

Canada: Good questions from campers

Student Missions Blog: We recently finished our first week with residential campers here at Frontier Lodge. Thanks be to God, because we had no hiccups or accidents.

Editorial: Pope Francis’ popularity & our faithfulness to Jesus

Editorial: Pope Francis’ popularity & our faithfulness to Jesus

Pope Francis has plummeted in opinion polls. But the Roman Catholic pontiff’s plunging popularity tells us far more about Americans’ values than it does about his vision.

Student Missions Blog

Oregon: God put this place on my heart

Student Missions Blog: It’s been almost two whole months here in Portland, Ore. Time seams to be flying by. But you can be certain God continues to do what he promises.

Student Missions Blog

Mission Arlington: Ninja Turtles, robots and dignity

Student Missons Blog: I looked up in the busy, chaotic room of waiting people. Some had been there nearly an hour, many with hyper children, waiting for someone like me to grab their clipboard and call their name.

Letters: ‘I’m with Franklin’

Letters: ‘I’m with Franklin’

"Thousands are being murdered by Islamic terrorists. I’m with Franklin."

Student Missions Blog

Oregon: Happiness not tied to a place

Student Missions Blog: I’m going to be honest. I think the biggest lesson God has taught me this summer in Portland so far is not what I was expecting to learn at all.

Student Missions Blog

Rhode Island: A girl who never heard of God or the Bible

Student Missions Blog: Growing up in the South, it seemed as if everyone had heard of God and Christianity. That was just the way life was. That all changed on July 13.

2nd Opinion: Don’t forget to count the nondenoms

2nd Opinion: Don’t forget to count the nondenoms

In all the hand-wringing about the statistical decline of Baptist congregations in America, one shift seldom gets mentioned: the rise of the nondenominational church.

Guest editorial: Two everyday enemies

Guest editorial: Two everyday enemies

There’s a story about a good man, a person like you and me. You know, one of the goodguys.

 
 
 
 
 
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