Baptist Standard readers respond to an op-ed by Terry Austin about one-issue voting, the one issue being abortion.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Student missions blog: I had to depend solely on God to explain who Jesus is, since my words would never be enough. I had to depend solely on the name of Jesus, and his name was more than enough.
By Chris Williams
Student Mission Blog: I came down here to the Texas/Mexico border thinking I wouldn’t be able to relate in any way to the people. But God knew why I was placed here.
By Halle Smith
A Go Now Mission team served in East Asia over Christmas break, working in a city where more than 1 million college students live and study.
By Erica Harnisch / BGCT Collegiate Ministries
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a report about a Christianity Today editorial by Mark Galli critical of President Trump.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Editor Eric Black’s editorial about prophets and Christianity Today Editor Mark Galli’s editorial about President Trump’s removal from office.
Baptist Standard readers respond to Editor Eric Black’s editorial titled “What does a prophet look like?”.
Harry Wilson, the executive director of HOPE Literacy, encourages Christians to see the challenges of today through the lens of Jesus’ heart and wisdom.
By Harry Wilson / HOPE Literacy
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Editor Eric Black’s editorial about the 2019 Baptist General Convention of Texas Annual Meeting.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Editor Eric Black on the subject of education and immigration, encouraging churches to get involved.
Kirk Stowers, an officer with the Corpus Christi Police Department, shares his background and thoughts about being a Christian in public service.
Benjamin Karner explores the significance of faith for the Christian life, with the challenge to act out faith rather than being an unbeliever in practice.
By Benjamin Karner