Guest Columns
  • The right tools

    July 30 2018 by Hance Dilbeck | with 0 comments

    You can do just about anything if you have the right tools.   What tools do we need to use to build and repair our nation? Most everyone agrees that our nation is facing some serious challenges.

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  • Spurgeon, personal integrity & beards

    July 25 2018 by Adam Groza | with 0 comments

    Over the past few years, perhaps you’ve noticed the proliferation of beards among younger pastors in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC). Aside from being fashionable, I was recently reminded of an important point about personal integrity and beards from the Prince of Preachers (and beards) himself, Charles Spurgeon.

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  • Does righteousness exalt a nation?

    July 24 2018 by Robert M. Tenery, Book Review | with 0 comments

    Neal Jackson’s monumental work, The Coming Destruction of America, reveals his incisive understanding of the drift of our country into moral depravity. In a graphic but sobering style, he points out how this malignant depravity has crept across America in ways that are virtually unnoticed by many Christians.

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  • A rainbow in the blue sky

    July 20 2018 by Keith Shorter | with 0 comments

    I remember Oct. 10, 2013, so vividly. When someone called me with the news, they had to repeat what they said because my brain could not comprehend the words. Brent was dead. I had never met someone so full of life.   READ MORE

  • A thankful spirit

    July 19 2018 by David Jeremiah | with 0 comments

    Have you thanked God for your pancreas today? That question comes courtesy of James Gills, a Florida ophthalmologist, who performs cataract surgery.   READ MORE

  • 7 signs a pastor has stayed too long

    July 18 2018 by Chuck Lawless | with 1 comments

    Some time ago, I posted, “Ten Factors that Help Long-Term Pastors Stay at Their Church. ” Since that time, I’ve also worked with declining churches whose pastors have, in my opinion, stayed too long in their current place of service.

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  • Lord, make me uncomfortable

    July 17 2018 by Lee Clamp | with 0 comments

    “Lord, please give me an opportunity to share with Barry*,” I prayed halfheartedly as I walked up to my son’s ballgame. I wasn’t in the mood to talk to anyone, and it was so hot I decided to sit in the visitors stands in the shade.

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  • Looking for community?

    July 16 2018 by Melissa Meredith | with 0 comments

    There’s a little watering hole on the way to my sister’s old place. As soon as I take the exit off the highway, I know I have 10 miles of curvy country back roads lined with canopies of evergreens before I reach it.

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  • Lessons from a cave rescue

    July 13 2018 by Lonnie Wilkey | with 0 comments

    For nearly three weeks, the world’s attention has been focused on Thailand where 12 soccer players and their coach were trapped in a cave for 18 days. The boys escaped the cave with little time to spare as water pumps failed immediately after their rescue, flooding the area they had vacated.

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  • The pro-choice language pro-lifers need to drop

    July 12 2018 by Aaron Wilson, Facts and Trends | with 0 comments

    “Have I really been sending mixed messages about when life begins?” Mary asked herself as she drove home from her coworker’s baby shower. Mary looked at her two kids through the rearview mirror and remembered the “Repeal Roe v. Wade” bumper sticker she had displayed on the back of her minivan.

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  • Will missions solve your porn problem? No.

    July 11 2018 by Keelan Cook | with 0 comments

    Let me just come out and say it: pornography is a problem that impacts the mission field. In our #MeToo era, we’re used to seeing web articles speaking of the dangers of pornography. We hear – and it is most certainly true – that pornography is both the result of and fuel for the objectification of humanity.

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  • Taking time to read the ‘times’

    July 10 2018 by Rudy Gonzalez | with 0 comments

    They say that hindsight is 20/20, but if that is so, why does the human race continue to commit the same mistakes history should have taught us to correct? You would think we would be the best equipped to finally get it right. After all, we, more than any previous generation, move the learning needle …

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  • Unchanged amid transition

    July 6 2018 by Randy Davis | with 0 comments

    Transitions and changes are not the same. That’s important to keep in mind when considering the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC).   READ MORE

  • A journey from Korea to the Army & beyond

    July 5 2018 by Paul Kim | with 0 comments

    Life is like a journey toward a destination. The apostle Paul describes it as a race (2 Timothy 4:7-8). For most of us, life is more a marathon than a sprint. Even so, God has fixed human life spans, usually around 70-80 years (Psalm 90:9-10), which is relatively short compared to the age of, say …

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  • Humility & hope for the SBC

    July 3 2018 by J.D. Greear | with 0 comments

    Recently the Holy Spirit has been drawing me back to Matthew 16:13-20 again and again. After Peter confesses Jesus to be the Messiah, Jesus responds, “Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah, because flesh and blood did not reveal this to you, but my Father in heaven. And I also say to you that you …

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