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Letters: What led to Christian persecution?

Letters: What led to Christian persecution?

“Persecution of Christians reached historic levels in 2014. Will 2015 be worse?” indicates persecution of Christians broke records last year.

       
2nd Opinion: Mental health inside Southern Baptist churches

2nd Opinion: Mental health inside Southern Baptist churches

Southern Baptists are trying to determine what is being done in churches to address the stigma of mental health.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

René Maciel: Don’t wait to show gratitude to your shepherd

I cannot believe it has been three years since my earthly father passed away. I miss him dearly and think of him often as my dad.

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Richard Ray: Change is essential in how we live for God

Most of us never meet our goals and challenges, not because we fail to try, but because we fail to change.

       
Editorial: ‘Risk something big for something good’

Editorial: ‘Risk something big for something good’

Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett is allowing his team to take risks. Christians, of all people, ought to be able to understand why.

       
Mission Arlington: More than expected

Mission Arlington: More than expected

Student Missions Blog: Over Christmas break, I served in Arlington as part of a 12-person mission team, and I learned how God does even more than we ask for or expect.

       
Letters: Wisdom of 2 weddings

Letters: Wisdom of 2 weddings

While I teach the importance of separation of church and state in certain Bible studies, I am still in the minority on this subject.

       
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Down Home: The ghosts of Christmas (just) past

If I told you I’m still haunted by Christmas shopping, that would be an overstatement. But I definitely sense somebody looking over my shoulder.

       
How and why is community action integrally woven into the tapestry of African-American churches?

Right or Wrong? African-American churches and community

How and why is community action integrally woven into the tapestry of African-American churches?

       
Texas Baptist Voices

Kathy Hillman: Upward and Onward

With the loss of their tradition-driven grandmother this year, our grown children proposed downsizing gift giving. I reluctantly agreed.

       
2nd Opinion: Pastors, stop signing those marriage licenses

2nd Opinion: Pastors, stop signing those marriage licenses

It was convenient for many years for pastors to officiate weddings and then for the state to recognize those marriages. It was easy, but it was a bad idea.

       
Editorial: In the New Year, remember: The kingdom of heaven is at hand

Editorial: In the New Year, remember: The kingdom of heaven is at hand

Hope puts its full weight down on God. It’s not wishing for desired outcomes. Hope is trusting God in all outcomes.

       
Student Missions Blog

Vermont: Seeing God at Work

Student Missions Blog: On my recent mission trip to Bennington, Vt., I saw God work in miraculous ways, and it took almost no time at all.

       

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