We need to identify, feel and process losses associated with COVID-19, and then we need to see hope in Jesus, says Joshua Gilmore.
By Joshua Gilmore
Jim Denison offers hope in the face of wildfires on the West Coast, hurricanes in Louisiana and the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Peggy Wehmeyer’s op-ed about her decision not to vote for either Donald Trump or Joe Biden.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
The Mike Trout and his wife Jessica are partnering with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and bringing awareness to mental health.
While many voters are deciding between either Donald Trump or Joe Biden, Peggy Wehmeyer is considering a third option on November 3.
By Peggy Wehmeyer
Following Chadwick Boseman’s death at age 43, Jim Denison reflects on the power of Boseman’s purpose, influence and faith.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a recent editorial by Eric Black with a clarification about Black Lives Matter.
Chaplain Sara Long points to studies showing the high degree of isolation and loneliness among senior adults and challenges churches to respond.
By Sara Long
Brenda Kirk, after being changed by Leviticus 19:33-34, challenges readers to engage with Scripture’s teaching about child refugees.
By Brenda Kirk
With Marco and Laura headed for the Louisiana coast, Jim Denison points to the difference Christians can make by knowing Jesus in challenging times.
Jim Denison considers changes in parentage and parenting mores in light of an asteroid near-miss and the biblical position on truth.
Added to the challenge of being a pastor in a pandemic is the rise of QAnon and its assault on traditional sources of truth and authority.
By Katelyn Beaty