Guest Columns
  • Discovering authentic Christianity

    April 30 2019 by R. Albert Mohler Jr. | with 0 comments

    It began as an assignment. It ended as a milestone in my Christian life. My church history professor assigned the class to memorize the Apostles’ Creed. Obediently, I began to memorize this historic affirmation of the Christian faith word by...

  • Thy will be done

    April 26 2019 by Redunda Noble | with 0 comments

    Sometimes, it seems the hardest thing for a Christian to do is to accept God’s will.   We pray and ask God for help – to heal us, bless our lives and change our situations. We pray that God will answer...

  • A tombstone’s counsel

    April 25 2019 by Steve Playl | with 0 comments

    Someday, I suppose, we will look back on the days we are living in and reminisce about how it was back before … (you fill in the blank). Can you imagine the changes in technology that are still “out there” somewhere?   ...

  • An ultra-marathon of endurance

    April 23 2019 by David Allen | with 0 comments

    It was a grueling 543.7-mile endurance race from Sydney to Melbourne, Australia – the world’s longest and toughest ultra-marathon. In 1983, 150 world-class runners converged on Sydney for the event.  ...

  • Glorify God: the shared task of churches & seminaries

    April 22 2019 by Jason G. Duesing | with 0 comments

    The apostle Peter explains in 1 Peter 4:7 that “the end of all things is at hand” and by that he means he and his readers were living in the last days before the return of Jesus.   Since that time...

  • ‘Pilgrim’s Progress,’ now animated

    April 18 2019 by Phil Boatwright | with 0 comments

    In time to celebrate Easter, an animated adaptation of the enduring John Bunyan allegory “Pilgrim’s Progress” reaches movie theaters April 18 and 20.   The epic adventure, written some 340 years ago while Bunyan was...

  • Insights for discerning God’s will

    April 17 2019 by Ronnie Floyd | with 0 comments

    I announced my resignation as senior pastor of Cross Church on Sunday, April 7. Completely content in the Lord serving in my 33rd year in northwest Arkansas, God issued a new calling on my life when I accepted the position of president and chief...

  • Urgent call for women’s voices in our churches

    April 16 2019 by Traci Griggs | with 0 comments

    As a North Carolina Baptist who has worked and worshipped in Baptist circles for most of my adult life, I see an urgent need for conservative evangelicals to take decisive steps to ensure that women’s voices are being heard in our churches...

  • Tell it to all

    April 12 2019 by Clara Molina | with 0 comments

    We sing every year to encourage people, especially Christians, “Go tell it on the mountain, over the hills and everywhere” that Jesus was born!   Many of us, however, fail to go and tell that Jesus Christ came to die as a living...

  • Emergency responders

    April 11 2019 by David Jeremiah | with 0 comments

    I have endless respect for emergency responders, those trained to deploy when time is of the essence. In most search-and-rescue missions, conditions are unpredictable and every second can make the difference between survival and disaster.   ...

  • You may be asking

    April 9 2019 by Ronnie Floyd | with 0 comments

    You may be asking: What is the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee responsible for doing?   As the newly elected president and CEO, I will provide leadership as designated and authorized by the...

  • Greatness worth guarding

    April 8 2019 by David Hankins | with 0 comments

    I recently met with a group of our Louisiana associational mission strategists (formerly called directors of missions). As I stood before these friends and partners in ministry, knowing it would be the last time I addressed them as a group in my...

  • 50 floors above Johannesburg

    April 5 2019 by Paul Chitwood | with 0 comments

    Standing on the observation deck of the tallest building in Africa and looking out across the sprawling city below, I was powerfully reminded of the eternal importance of the cooperative mission work of Southern Baptists.   ...

  • When yet another Southern Baptist leader resigned because of sexual misconduct, a Christian colleague of mine was sincerely baffled. “What’s going on?” he wondered. “Why are so many Christian leaders involved in sexual...

  • Pondering our snapshots

    April 3 2019 by David Gray | with 0 comments

    A snapshot is a moment frozen in time. It can capture reflections of joy or pain, happiness or sorrow. A photograph can enflame passion or evoke horror.   Yet a snapshot can mislead, drawing the viewer into...

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