Jim Denison, recounting two incidents in one day involving race, condemns racism and asks the Holy Spirit for Pentecost miracle to overcome it.
By Jim Denison / Denison Forum
Before social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus, Jesus overcame the distance created by sin and calls his followers to embody that gospel.
By James Collins
In response to another Christian celebrity losing faith in God, Jim Denison suggests how to experience Jesus “as a living, daily presence in your life.”
Joshua Gilmore, director of the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at North Greenville University in Tigersville, S.C., considers how Christians are equipped for the pandemic.
By Joshua Gilmore
Jim Denison considers stories of overcoming adversity during the coronavirus pandemic in light of God’s love for us that enables us to love ourselves and others.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to Editor Eric Black’s editorial regarding trust and information about the coronavirus and COVID-19.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
Jim Denison draws a comparison between the coronavirus and racism, both of which are infectious, damaging to the point of being lethal and call for a cure.
In past pandemics, the ancient church rose to the challenge by caring for people. The church can and needs to rise to the challenge again.
By Matt Cook / Center for Healthy Churches
Whether it’s an invisible, impersonal Force or the American can-do spirit, Jim Denison issues the challenge to trust the Lord more.
A Baptist Standard reader responds to a letter to the editor in response to Editor Eric Black’s op-ed about COVID-19 and trust.
Jim Denison analyzes four medical responses to when churches might again gather for in-person services and Bible study in light of four priorities.
Josue Valerio, director of Texas Baptists’ Missions Team, points to what God is doing through Texas Baptist churches during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Josue Valerio Texas Baptists